Trump’s fake data problem

I hate talking about the economy crashing because it means everyone has to go from opportunity-seeking mode to asset preservation mode.

Lately, I’ve been flapping my gums about how life insurance can give you money for opportunities without having to divest your profitable investments. But…

Probably we’re all about to get a demonstration of the next real market correction… under President Trump’s watch, no less.

What am I talking about?

Well, lately I been reading about how a bunch of fake data has been published from “official” sources to make the economy look more amazing than it really is.

For example, the stock market has been doing well over the last few years. But, at the same time, lots of corporations have been going into debt to buy back their own shares.

Share buybacks can make things look better than they really are.

Real growth comes from producing, you know, goods and services which can be sold for a profit… not from accounting gimmicks.


When Trump announced his new tax plan, a decent percentage of the corporations in the U.S. that were surveyed about it said they would be using the money to pay off debt or buy back company stock shares… few were putting money into research and development and marketing and sales.

How u groW a BidNaz whiff nO SaleZ?!?!!!1

You can’t. And you can’t have a booming stocks market full of sluggish companies.

Anywho, whether or not a market crash is coming (and I truly do not know for sure if it is), you can benefit from having a good life insurance plan (which will help in good times and bad), but… only if it’s designed properly.

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David Lewis, AKA The Rogue Agent, has been a life insurance agent since 2004, and has worked with some of the oldest and most respected mutual life insurance companies in the U.S. during that time. To learn more about him and his business, go here.