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ENCYCLOPEDIA of Bozos, Hacks, Snake Oil Salesmen & Faux Heroes

The following text and descriptive images comprise the prelude to the Encyclopedia of Bozos, Hacks, Snake Oil Salesmen & Faux Heroes. 

The full report includes hundreds of pages of text, hundreds of annotated images and dozens of videos detailing a very large number of the plethora of con artists, idiots and fakes largely from within the financial and financial publishing industries. 

In 2017 we added a new resource portal to the Encyclopedia focused on displaying thousands of annotated images exposing the various con artists and shills from the financial media.  This portal is called the "AVAIA Image Library" and can be accessed by logging into your Member or Client account and clicking on the blue box to the left of the Home Page directly under the top image carousel. 

"It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."

Mark Twain

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Typical media is manufactured PR designed to sell you products and ideas paid for by those who pony up the bucks.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Let it be known that Mike Stathis has been banned by all media (mainstream and alternative) and all websites.
You need to ask yourself why the leading investment analyst in the world has been banned by ALL media.
Spend some time on our website and you will learn why.
Mike has also been banned by Google Adsense (within the first month of using it, which really enabled us to see how fraudulent the media is).
Even email marketing services like Constant Contact and iContact, which charge fees for use have banned Stathis from being a paid customer (Mike had the last laugh though because he called hedge funds he knows and instructed them to short Constant Contact, sending the stock plummeting by 50% over the next several months). There is not a single website that will publish Mike's content except for PressTV. 
However, now that PressTV is in partnership with Veterans Today (a disinfo site that removed Mike's articles and banned him because the site is for complete disinfo, run by Jews).
Did you know it was Mike Stathis who was responsible for getting PressTV banned from Europe?  
That's right. Here is the article that achieved that. The Rape of Greece by the Jewish Bankers
It looks like the Jewish Mafia is running scared of Stathis.
Publication of this article also led to other actions taken by the Jewish Mafia against PressTV, including removal of is Adsense account on You Tube. The Death of America 
It is indeed a shame that PressTV does not realize that it is working with several Jewish disinfo agents.
The fact is that REAL sources of credibility who side with the people get banned. They are not celebrated by any media as saviors, mainstream or alternative. Whenever you see someone being positioned as on the side of the people to a large audience, you can bet they are either disinfo or controlled opposition.
Here is a tiny list of the many examples: Alex Jones, Ron Paul, David Stockman, Paul Craig Roberts, Michael Lewis, Matt Taibbi, Nomi Prins, Michael Moore, etc.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
It is time to wake up. This massive publication is designed to achieve that critical objective.
As we entered the Information Age people started to believe that everyone could now be successful investors because we all had access to the same information.
This couldn’t be further from the truth.
First, everyone still does not have access to the same information.
Second, information alone was never valuable. Unless you are able to know what information is good or bad, reliable or shaky, you may as well shut yourself out of the information loop because more so than ever, information is being manipulated by a multitude of ways.  
 
 
It’s been about access to information, but rather the interpretation of information. If you don’t know how to decipher deceptive or inaccurate information from reasonable information, you’re going to lose your ass in the stock and bond markets. That is an absolute guarantee.
I will also guarantee you this. You have about a 0.1% chance of deciphering information correctly on your own. If you are unwilling to accept this reality, chances are that you do not have what it takes to do well investing because a good part of success in investing mandates understanding your limitations and working within these boundaries.
Those who either fail to understand their limitations or else delves into areas for which they are not competent nearly always fail, often times in a very big way.
The simple fact of the matter is that if you want to learn how to make money from the investment process, you must first learn who and what sources to avoid, otherwise you will get blasted.
The ENCYCLOPEDIA focuses on this aspect of the investment process.
The second thing you must do is align yourself with a proven expert; an expert who has demonstrated an excellent track record.
Finally, if you want to optimize your learning experience and become the best investor you can be, you must be able to learn from great investors. Those investors must be willing to share with you their insights on how to improve your skills. This requirement is often related to the second.
Forget the thinking that you will be able to read books by so-called "great investors" and obtain valuable insight.
That just isn't going to happen, EVER.
How do we know this? 
Because we have searched the financial/investment publishing world extensively.
The confusing or misleading thing for many investors is that they might THINK a book has provided them with some valuable or unique insight when in reality, such investors know so little that the hurdle for satisfying their thirst for investment knowledge is quite low. 
Our chief investment strategist Mike Stathis satisfies all three of these critical steps. He exposes the clowns, has an outstanding track record, and provides his clients with unique insights that help them become better investors.
In part, we specifically sought to address this issue by identifying various hacks and charlatans. The result was Encyclopedia of Bozos, Hacks, Snake Oil Salesmen and Faux Heroes.
But we aimed further. Our ultimate goal was to present this material in a way that would help readers spot these charlatans on their own.
This ENCYCLOPEDIA is no doubt the single most valuable resource for investors and consumers alike because it addresses rule number one; avoid liars, con men and morons. If you follow any such individuals, you are destined to fall into the gutter. Only by learning who you cannot trust will you begin to understand who you can trust.
This publication contains descriptions of individuals and websites that should be avoided at all cost because they provide false information so as to manipulate the naive.
The individuals in the list are marketers, snake oil salesmen, idiots and/or complete con artists. Many have used basic psychological techniques to position themselves as spokesmen and even “saviors” or “heroes” of the common man, so as to get their sheep followers to open their wallets, similar to the tactics used by televangelists. 
Virtually every single individual discussed in this ENCYCLOPEDIA is also an extremist. This too is part of the tactic used to lure the masses because the typical person (who is not that bright) can more easily grasp extremes.
In this massive and rapidly expanding ENCYCLOPEDIA, we present the means and methods of these charlatans so that the reader can become skilled in spotting others who work in the same manner.
The number new con games are being created faster than we can keep up with. However, when it comes to exposing the doomsday con men, notice how they all say the same things and deliver the same messages:
“The U.S. is broke and the dollar is headed to 0.”
“The U.S. stock market is set to collapse to 1000 to 3000.”
“The U.S. is going to hit hyperinflation and gold is the only way to protect your wealth”
“Gold is headed to the moon.”
“We can save you from the apocalypse for a small price.”
Of course, only an idiot or crook would make these ridiculous claims. These clowns lure their unsophisticated sheep into their vortex of illusion and deceit using statements like “the Federal Reserve currency printing is out of control.”
 
 
 
 
Then they twist and exaggerate facts while adding a crock of shit to the mix, all of which leads to fear and anxiety for those who are stupid enough to buy into this pitch.
The genesis of this deceptive method was arguably first used by Kevin Trudeau on a large scale.
Next, the method was adapted by Alex Jones. Jones refined this technique a good deal, making him one of the biggest bullshit artists alive today.
More recently, we saw this method applied to the investment world, first by Peter Schiff, then by Porter Stansberry, Zero Hedge, Max Keiser and others.
 

Now it is being used by Chris Martenson, Doug Casey and others.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Even before Schiff got into the game of issuing delusional scare tactics, Martin Weiss was pulling off even more ridiculous pitches when Schiff graduated college more than 20 years ago.
This ENCYCLOPEDIA has been in development for several years under the investigative lead of Mike Stathis.
We continue to find out new information about these charlatans. We also continue to add new charlatans to this list. It is constantly being updated and reedited, so check back periodically.
While the list is focused on investment-related charlatans, we expect to gradually expand it to include internet scam artists, such as internet marketers, gurus, MLM scammers, and many others who seek to exploit the desperation of the huge and growing population of individuals who are in a situation of financial vulnerability. These are the individuals targeted by these scam artists.
This encyclopedia is GUARANTEED to provide the most insightful awakening of its kind, all while saving the would-be victims who without reading and studying this report, would be subject to potentially losing at minimum, tens of thousands of dollars due to poor investment advice and in some cases, complete scams.
Now if you think this huge pool of idiots, liars and con men are restricted to the Internet and so-called alternative media, think again.
Every single mainstream media firm is also involved in pumping the delusional, misleading and inaccurate statements, predictions, comments and forecasts of these clowns. This is a fact.
Don't believe me? 
Well, all that means is that you are not a careful observer of the media. Don't worry though because those who are patched into our research and other publications develop the skills needed to be able to spot things that previous flew past them undetected.
And if you ever want a chance to be a good investor, you must have this ability as a basic part of your skill set.
Okay so let me give you a very brief example of just one of the pieces of evidence confirming that the biggest media firms are also involved in pumping con men, idiots and losers, all with miserable track records.
Like most major media firms which have a large financial division, each year Reuters holds what calls its “Reuters Investment Outlook Summit” in New York. Bloomberg has several of its own, as does Dow Jones, the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, CNBC and so forth.
Okay so let me give you a very brief example of just one of the pieces of evidence confirming that the biggest media firms are also involved in pumping con men, idiots and losers, all with miserable track records.
We all know what kind of dog-and-pony show such events sponsored by CNBC would be, but surely Reuters’ event must be legit, right?
After all, Reuters claims to be an unbiased newswire. As you are going to discover, the summits Reuters’ holds are bogus, and filled with media clowns.
Here's how they define their summits:

"Reuters Summits are your direct link to top business leaders, investors and regulators. Our journalists interview heavyweights in a particular industry, spin out hard-hitting breaking news and sharp analysis that can often move markets. If you want to understand what the insiders are thinking, look for Reuters Summits."

 

So who are some of the clowns selected as these "heavyweights" by Reuters?
Jim Cramer, Robert Prechter, Nouriel Roubini, to name a few. As you can imagine, virtually every major clown is on one or more of these summits hosted by the criminal media.
The disturbing thing is that Reuters basically endorses its participants indirectly by claiming its summit has credibility. Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Investor’s Business Daily, CNBC, FOX, and so on run the same kinds of bullshit scams featuring clowns, knowing that most people are sheep and actually think the media is legit.
Sadly, neither Reuters nor any media firm can be held legally responsible for endorsing the chumps it endorses. However, I feel this is completely illegal given the fact that Reuters receives ad revenues from these clowns. But we must not forget who runs the media, who runs the legal system, who runs virtually all major law firms, and who most of the big judges are. They are all part of the Jewish Mafia.
And take a guess who runs the SEC. This also explains why none of the Wall Street crooks have gone to prison. Are you beginning to see a pattern here? As a professional analyst, I just report the facts and provide an objective assessment based on the facts. There is no fiction or extrapolation here folks.
Make no mistake. Virtually every single one of the clowns in the media dubbed as an economic or financial "expert" is always Jewish, represents a Jewish-run firm and/or spends lots of money advertising.
Oh and by the way, for those of you who have been unfortunate enough to throw away your money on publications from the so-called "financial newsletter industry," you might now realize why the price of subscription to their trash is so high...much of the cost is going to those who advertise for them…the media.
So, in effect, you are paying the media to promote these con men, all while you lose your ass in the stock market. That, folks is fraud. And they get away with it because they are the Jewish Mafia.
 
 
 

 

 
If this is your first time reading this, you are going to be overwhelmed and shocked because chances are extremely high that one if not all of the sources you thought you could trust for financial and economic information will be discredited here.
It was pretty shocking to learn that after many years of investigation, virtually eveyone out there is a con man looking to exploit you.
Are people inherently good?  After reading this, you just might have a different take on humanity. 
 

The text and descriptive images you have just examined comprise the prelude to the Encyclopedia of Bozos, Hacks, Snake Oil Salesmen & Faux Heroes. 

The full report includes hundreds of pages of text, hundreds of annotated images and dozens of videos detailing a very large number of the plethora of con artists, idiots and fakes largely from within the financial and financial publishing industries.  You can gain access to the full contents of this massive educational library exposing the names and tactics of the various financial charlatans by signing up as a Member or Client. 

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In 2017 we added a new resource portal to the Encyclopedia focused on displaying thousands of annotated images exposing the various con artists and shills from the financial media.  This portal is called the "AVAIA Image Library" and can be accessed by logging into your Member or Client account and clicking on the blue box to the left of the Home Page directly under the top image carousel. 

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