It’s Time to Get Real

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.

Today’s Market MRI:  U.S. Unemployment Rate Rises On Weak Jobs Report

WSW Reports: “… the unemployment rate grew to 8.3 percent, the Labor Department reported on Friday… The ‘real’ unemployment rate, referred to as the ‘U6,’ which includes those working part-time for economic reasons and those who have given up looking for work, hit 15 percent of the workforce… Long-term unemployment continues at near record highs.”

Prism Responds:  In order to understand the world around you it is necessary to filter out the “chatter”, stare the facts in the face, get a firm grip on reality, then pour yourself a stiff one.

The fact is that the economy continues to deteriorate. One out of 6 Americans is underemployed, out of work or just stopped looking. Bottom line: they can’t pay their bills. There is no recovery; nor any that can be detected with even the most powerful telescope. The economy is still headed down and will continue to do for an indeterminate period – indeterminate since there is no way of knowing what degree of manipulation or intervention will be finagled, and whether economically, politically or both.

The Prism Solution: Get real. Slash your budget to the bone. Sell everything you don’t need. Diversify out of the dying dollar, including into precious metals and FDIC-insured foreign currency CD’s. Consolidate all tax-deferred accounts into a single self-directed IRA and start your own mini-mutual fund of selected wealth augmentation strategies, ours being just one of them because you never put all of your eggs into one basket. Let the power of exponential growth go to work, elevating your net worth through repeated doublings until you have enough of a cushion to rest your future on. Trust in math, not politicians. Contact us today for a FREE Consultation 

Prism Profit Engineering Report: for July 2012
Our Conservative, Moderate and Aggressive strategies prpoduced respective client returns of 4.9%, 6.5% and 9.3%, projecting annualized growth of 58.8%, 78.0% and 111.6%. The average for all three was 79.0%. It would take 74 years for a 1-year bank paying 1.1% to match us. We mention this in passing for those of you who intend to live another 74 years.

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And May All Your Investments Be Profitable,

David Taylor and Gordon Philips,
Directors of

‘Better Investing Through Science’

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