posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 11:13 AM
Originally posted by Bluesquid
I have been watching R for the last few years. He did call the last big drop to the day.
And many since. He was correct on one, and not so on many.
If you are a seeker of the truth in economics and how money moves, he has a ton to teach. He is spot on as far as labor goes. I highly suggest reading
his free content. As for his paid content? Mixed reviews over the years. Some say they lost money, some say they made money. Also, as far as I know he
isnt legally able to give financial advice, hence the indirect delivery via a pay to see blog, and all the mystery and intrigue.
R was a bright star in my sky at one point. But as they say "All that shimmers in this world is sure to fade...", and he did. But i did learn quite
a bit from him. he is borderline brilliant,has great taste in women, and a great sense of marketing.
he is not above shameless self promotion on a forum such as this.
Bluesquid - you said it all my friend. Take what he says seriously, but keep a skeptical open mind. The biggest thing R has ever done was to open a
lot of people's minds to a lot of things.
Ignore Reinhardt at your own peril, but at the same time, don't automatically buy into his shiit without doing your own thinking. He is but a man,
with all things that that entails....
Learn History. Learn about labor and trade routes and railroads and bridges (of all sorts). Follow big projects and note their completion dates. look
how the overall market corresponds.
"the only thing new in the world is the history you don't know" - Harry Truman
"the primary function of government is to pretend to fail" - R
someone on this thread mentioned that R is a poet -- that's actually a great analogy. He is almost a composer -- he repeats and rhymes the themes of
history and thus opens a lens on the cyles of the future. i for one thank him for opening my eyes to a lot of things. I am not and have never been a
oh, and May 2 was indeed the top, wasn't it? good stuff R!