“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” ~Abraham Lincoln

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This coming week we will publish the quarterly written Blockbuster Chartology text from Rambus, with an in-depth review across currency, commodity, equity and precious metals markets.

For our audio interview, I will solo to review insights from Rambus as well as our 3rd Quarter Wrap Up Financial Roundup. You can link to the Financial Roundup now in the web presentation for the 3rd Quarter Wrap Up, which is linked to your Subscriber Resource Page. I will post a link to the Blockbuster Chartology on Thursday in your subscriber links.

Across all markets –  whether with technical analysis or fundamental analysis – everywhere you turn, we are reaching an inflection point.  We are engaged in “battles royal” to define that model that organizes our society, governance, and economy. Will we be a humane society or an inhumane society? Do we maintain the rule of law or reign through politics and force?  Are we free and sovereign individuals or “deplorables” to be microchipped, vaccinated and sprayed without our consent? Serious struggles about our most basic values lead to major market shifts, institutional overhauls and war. Uncertainty is the context, so investors are concerned.

Posting from home base in Tennessee, I will address current events in Money & Markets and report on our great launch party this evening in Tulsa for the Joseph P. Farrell Pipe Organ crowdfund.  Please make sure to e-mail or post your questions for Ask Catherine.

In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review another inspiring documentary, Dark Horse. This is the story of a barmaid and 30 customers in a Welsh coal-mining village who pool their skills and resources to make their dreams  of breeding a thoroughbred race horse come true. The Dark Horse story is a delightful reminder of what ordinary people can do when they set their minds on accomplishing extraordinary things.

Talk to you Thursday!

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