Collapse: Tipping Point

Not a series BTW. Sort of a theme.

Chris Martenson via Zerohedge:

What we have here is an ideal set of conditions for a tipping point to arise in our financial system. When such a tipping point occurs, you should expect wild volatility in the markets and be prepared for things to be moving far too quickly to react to with any sort of precision or grace.

That’s why it’s best to be pre-positioned in your financial, physical, and emotional preparations, so that when the next bout of extreme volatility exerts itself, little to no immediate action is needed on your part during the tumult.

Ride out the chaos in safety and confidence. Be a support to those less prepared within your family and community. And take advantage of the luxury few will have to plan your next steps carefully, once the corrective forces clear much of the current uncertainty out of the markets. Doing so will set you up better than most to prosper in the aftermath.

Rest assured, where we are today is not where we will be tomorrow. Likely by a wide margin given recent history.

 

Brutality

Wow, that kinda sucked. Wonder what today will bring?

I will ask this question again:

How do you use the new environment variables to your advantage so that you can thrive?

Keep your heads up and your wits about you today. Yesterday afternoon I found myself completely unproductive because I was sitting on the edge of my chair surfing through the doom & gloom. Kind of a wild ride from about 2 to 4.

I fear that today will bring much of the same. It has not been since 9/2001 that I have been this distracted by level of crazy.