Crazyman's Economics exposes the most brilliant con game in the United States: The stock markets and commodities markets. Scott Calls these con artists the "Masters of Illusion and Deception, "who separate the masses from their money without prosecution. These masters have spent generations perfecting a con game that separates billions of dollars a day from the masses. (That's you and me.) How do they do this? Con One: They have convinced us that the stock market and commodities markets are a vital function of the economy and a safe place to invest your money. Con Two: They have the media promoting it, the academic world teaching it, Federal Officials legalizing it and the masses believing it. Con Three: They designed a system where no one asks or requires a report of accountability of investors' money. Con Four: When you make money n the markets and put it in your pocket, whose pocket does it come out of? (When you find out, it won't be so sweet.) The ultimate con: When you lose your money to their scam, you think it's your fault. Crayman's Economics will show you that it's the losers, not the winners, that support markets. The Masters need a constant influx of new losers, and you are their prey.
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