I apologize to everyone expecting me to be posting more on this blog. I have been under the weather for the past couple of weeks, and now my Mom is in the hospital.
BUT . . .
Just in case I don't get to post, I am holding an open conference call and webinar on May 16th. If you have questions about what is going on in respect to the financial crisis and where we are going, please join us. I will be discussing the following:
Does Goldman Sachs and Wall Street Run the Government and . . .
1 - The Next Leg of the Housing Crisis . . . A Tsunami of Foreclosures
2 - Chrysler, General Motors, Ford, Toyota and Honda . . . Fiat too.
3 - Commercial Real Estate Collapse
4 - Pensions . . . and why you can't depend on them.
5 - Municipal Bankruptcies
6 - Depression Level Unemployment
7 - How To Invest in Gold
8 - Stocks to Beat the Dow Jones
9 - Call in the Bottom in Housing
10 - And I will take questions for as long as you can ask them. These conference calls generally last 4-6 hours, so you're definitely going to get your money's worth . . . and this one's FREE.
Register in advance for dial in and access codes - Click Here
May 16th at 9:00PM Eastern . . . and if you can't make it, you can listen to the entire call on a replay link. Just register for the call, and you will receive the replay link the following day.
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