If you got an extra $1000 for the member fee plus another $20k for an nvidia based CUDA personal supercomputer you can join an elite financial forecasting group.
Eleks.com provides the base software and their predictive tools are top notch. A cloud array of 10,000 CUDA desktops has more computational power than the U.S. Weather Service.
While the findings of their quarterly report are kept very secret, a few details have crept out of the latest report. The report was redone in light of the Japan situation and the Mid-east meltdown.Sudden and unexpected drop in home pricessteep decline in commercial real estate valuesMajor stock market correction ending up near 5000 on the DOWOil would yo-yo from $150 down $50, extreme market oscillation due to speculationcritical financial problems in China, over inflated growth and savings figures6 countries in Europe would fall in to financial defaultUSD would climb in short term but take a massive decline by August30% of all Insurance companies are insolventOfficial US unemployment of 12.75%, actual 19.6%Real inflation of 13.7% this year, excluding fuel
The group no longer recommends paper investments. They are heavy on Tier 1 Defence and applied logistical supply management contractors. To translate they only invest in companies with guaranteed gold plated contracts with large Governments. These are USG emergency contingency contracts. Such as companies who are in contract to supply emergency supplies of Pharmaceutics, Anti-viral, and radiation treatments. These preferred Government contractors make a profit no matter what happens. It is a guarantee by Law. Every private enterprise the group recommends is in the essential services and products category. Their list is like a War time survival list of essential companies. The group has no recommendations on precious metals or commodities. They are buying into the Military-industrial-energy complex and putting all their cash with those who have the guns and means to protect hard assets.Tags: crash, dollar, Global financial collapse, Japan, market
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