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Shrinking return

                We currently live in a world that is over invested.  Every asset class is overcrowded and in some sort of bubble state.  The middle class can afford to purchase homes with 20% down.  Unemployment is still going increasing.  Countries all over the world are printing currencies to boast up commodities.  Equity markets have no real value and all common and preferred stock shares of nearly all publicly traded companies are worthless.  This last in is the issue that concerns me the most.  I know that most of you don’t believe what I’m saying in regards to stocks being worthless, but it is true.  When you look at the financial statements of many publicly traded companies (just about all), their debt always exceeds their assets.  Let me explain, today’s publicly traded companies are disastrously overleveraged.  Most can’t even pay the secured debt holders, never mind the non-secured bond holders.  Then you have the preferred stockholders and lastly the common stock holders.

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