Andrew Abraham

andy-0101 My name in Andrew Abraham. I have been investing in commodities and managed futures since 1994. I adhere to the philosophy of trend following. Trend following stresses a disciplined approach to commodity/ futures trading. Successful trend following and commodity futures investing requires patience, discipline and actively managing the risk. What sets me apart from other traders is that I am not only concerned about the return on investment but how much risk I will have to tolerate to achieve my goals.

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Tent Cities Of Newly Poor & Homeless On The Rise In The US

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What words can describe the current situation? Fear…Dispair… Disbelief..Hopelessness…? I am sure not everyone feels these feelings…but I would tend to believe a great many do. People are afraid of losing their jobs and with good reason. Many people are only a paycheck or two away from default. The mood of the country is surely down. Amplifying the mood has been all theֲ expressed anger about bailing out banks and financial institutions that made poor decisions. Putting salt on the wound was the bonus-paying spree to the incompetents at ֲ insurance giant AIG and Fannie. Now billions of dollars are being promised to the auto industry. Where does it end? Will this really help the economy or is it another bailout where those who asked for bailouts came in their private jets.ֲ 

Where is all this bailout money to come from other than running the printing presses which will eventually cause rampant inflation. This rampant inflation will be devastating to the economy.Thereג€™s less wealth to spread around now as trillions of dollars has evaporated with increasing speed in the deepening crisis. In housing alone, more than $5 trillion has vanished. Do you rememberֲ Joe the Plumber and Obama’s confrontation with him? Do you remember Obama’s statement,ֲ I think when you spread the wealth around, itג€™s good for everybody? It seems so far this has not been good for anybody, more so our grandchildren who will inherit a tremendous debt load unless the US dollar is devalued.

So farֲ Obamaג€™s approval rating remains high, at 59%, almost two thirds of the population thinks the country is on the wrong track, according to a poll commissioned by National Public Radio in mid-March. Bernanke spoke on 60 minutes that he was optimisitic for the future of the US. That is refreashing when so many are not. Jim Rogers and others have spoken about the unthinkable, ” Civil Unrest in the US”. ֲ In November, an analysis published by the U.S. Army War Collegeג€™s Strategic Studies Institute listed ג€œunforeseen economic collapseג€ as one of the possible causes of future ג€œwidespread civil violence.ג€

If someone had spoken this way a short year ago they would be admitted to an asylum ward. It is truly unbelievable.ֲ 

Just in Jan and Feb of this yearֲ around 2.5 million Americans bought guns, a 26 percent increase over the same period in 2008.ֲ Gun sales increased immediately after Obama won the ֲ elections. ֲ The fear that he would tighten gun controls and the fear of social unrest have been stated as the reasons for such an increase in gun sales. In all reality can’t there be social unrest or rampant crime? An absolutely terribleֲ economy that can push people to their limits. Unemployment is raging. There is a new segment of the population the “Newly Poor”. In February alone, an average of 23,000 people a day lost their jobs. How many families has that effected? How many homes were lost? How will these people provide for their families?ֲ 

The unbelievable is happening.ֲ Tent cities for the homeless have expanded outside a string of American cities, from Sacramento and Phoenix to Atlanta and Seattle, for people who are living the American dream in reverse. First they lose their jobs, then their health insurance, then their homes, then their hopes. The encampments are something out of Third World refugee camps.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/2991742/Tent-cities-of-homeless-on-the-rise-across-the-US.html

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Want to know how to make money… Tryֲ Smith&Wesson.

Andy Abraham

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