‘Take Two and Call Me In The Morning’

The Prism Daily
Your ‘One-A-Day’ financial news-tritional supplement, including trace elements of economic analysis that every healthy investor needs. Addresses a wide variety of monetary afflictions, from vacillation to impecunity. Specially formulated to go down easy! WARNING: Side effects may include elevated cognition and bouts of epiphany. If symptoms persist, unplug cable TV.

‘Take Two and Call Me in the Morning’
Is your portfolio looking weak and tired? Has it lost its get-up-and-go? Perhaps it’s because you’ve been feeding it the wrong wealth supplements: you know, stocks and bonds?

Why swallow these often bitter pills, when there are oodles of profit generating alternatives? If your retirement planning is suffering from malnourishment, you can correct that with heaping doses of profit from Prism Solutions.

And while you’ re at it, check out our Prism Presidential Package. Only $2,500 to get started and the first month is FREE, compliments of the Forex market! It’s just what the doctor ordered.

Today’s Market MRI:  U.S. Poverty On Track To Rise To Highest Since 1960s

Huffington Post Reports: “The ranks of America’s poor are on track to climb to levels unseen in nearly half a century, erasing gains from the war on poverty in the 1960s amid a weak economy and fraying government safety net… Poverty is spreading at record levels across many groups, from underemployed workers and suburban families to the poorest poor. More discouraged workers are giving up on the job market, leaving them vulnerable as unemployment aid begins to run out.”

Prism Responds: The government’s social wars have been predictable in their outcome. A good investment would be to wait until the next ‘war’ is declared and then short it.

The ‘war on poverty’ succeeded only slightly worse than the ‘war on drugs’, eclipsed in its ineffectiveness only by the ‘war on terrorism’ which, in case you hadn’t thought it through, is a military tactic.

As one writer put it, fighting a war against terrorism is about as intelligent as fighting a war against bayonette charges. Nothing can stop a dedicated terrorist, including confiscating fruit juice and fingernail clippers at the airport.

Returning to poverty, to erase the gains since 1965 is to wipe out 47 years of progress. That’s pretty brutal. We’re back to phonographs and tail fins here (both of which Gordon still treasures).

The antidote to the failing economy, of course, is to create your own economy: to fortify your position, conduct your own personal campaign against an entrenched financial enemy (we were referring to the Federal Reserve) and capture the economic high ground. Or you could hope for a ‘war on recession’ to save you, no doubt coming soon.

We say, don’t go gentle into that dark nigh! Arm yourself with pad and pencil, write down some actual retirement goals then calculate the required rate of return to compound a modest starting sum plus regular additions over the years remaining, then you’ll know exactly what you need to do.

If unsure (or just short on batteries), contact us and we’ll explain how. It’s just 7th grade math (5th grade in 1965).

And May All Your Investments Be Profitable,

From the Desks of David Taylor and Gordon Philips,
Directors of Prism Solutions

‘Better Investing Through Science’

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