JCNoble: Any new news today?
Dedar: Gone quiet, any time the RV will be released. Window from now to end of month…. Of course they are not going to tell us exactly the time it is going to happen. It is just going to pop one day.
Dedar: It is like we are in the shopping queue waiting our turn to reach the cash register.
Jambie67: Remember this: if 800 numbers could have come at any minute on SUNDAY night, and, yesterday, Rayren was still awaiting an update about the banking situation, and everyone was in position, and we have been told the process has already started, then we are obviously awaiting THE notification.
No new news is a good thing, because we only want 800 numbers and to begin our process. Sit tight, everyone! Just sit tight!
Who Actually Feels Satisfied About Money?
Joe Pinsker Jul 21, 2019
“It’s not just how much you have—it’s what you do with it,” says one researcher who studies money and happiness.
These days, not even the rich feel rich. According to a recent survey by the financial-advisory firm Ameriprise Financial, only 13 percent of American millionaires classify themselves as wealthy.
Even some of those surveyed who had more than $5 million across their bank accounts, investments, and retirement accounts said they didn’t feel rich. If multimillionaires don’t feel wealthy, who does?
Notes From The Field By Simon Black
July 23, 2019 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile
The easiest (and safest) return on investment you’ll ever achieve
In 1993, William Kurt Hauser, a San Francisco investment analyst, presented his results from an incredibly interesting study.
Hauser had analyzed tax revenues in the United States over time and came to the conclusion that tax revenue as a percentage of GDP had remained around a narrow band of 19% since 1946.
That was astonishing. After all, over that same period, tax rates had been all over the place.