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4 Emotional Mistakes That Can Derail Your Financial Plan
Fox Business     Linda Bell
April 11, 2018
Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway is quoted as saying: “If you cannot control your emotions, you cannot control your money.” Unfortunately, investors aren’t heeding the advice of one of the world’s richest men.
Research conducted by DALBAR indicates that common investor behaviors - such as buying high or selling low - have caused average investor results to significantly lag the broader markets over a 20-year time span.


Trump's recent EO reducing poverty in America was a key occurrence.

The Prosperity Package program authorization is covertly embedded in this EO.

The Prosperity Packages will be initiated once GESARA is enacted.

The stock market is still on course to collapse either by rising or plummeting.

800#'s have already been prepared for delivery.

High expectancy for the RV tomorrow.

Full post here:  Operation Disclosure       

The Importance of Letting Go – First Step to Freedom
By Anna Merkaba

A young man was very angry at a group of people who had wronged him. He was carrying a grudge and his attitude began to change towards even those that he loved. His father felt that it was important to talk to him before things got out of hand. One day he came to his son and set a sack of potatoes, an empty burlap bag, and a marker at his feet.
“What is this for?” his son asked.
“Just trust me on this son,” the father said. “ I want you to write the name of each person who has ever wronged you on a potato and put it into this empty burlap bag.”
“O.K.’” the son said, “this is kind of weird Dad, but whatever floats your boat.” The son was relieved because he was expecting his father to lecture him or dispense fatherly advice.