Kindred’s Special: Who Pushes Panic Buttons?

Investor overkill!! Reaction to the stock market rollycoaster ride experienced of late reminds me of chickens running around the barnyard after their necks were axed from their bodies. 1929 was a stellar year for stock “busts” and the question is to what extent any such repeat is likely. We need only to look at the so-called rational thinkers and economists that suggest we hold and weather the storm. Actually the wise seem to have sold out while the horse was fresh out of the gate and now that same damn horse is fatigued and exhausted leaving those who followed the advice of their beloved experts to stay the course to wonder where it will all end. Once we hit bottom, then the surge will benefit those who have cash on hand to reinvest and I believe that rise will be swift and uncompromising as vast numbers of funds will grab up the “cheapies” and leave those who did sell but who swear off stocks forever to be in a liberal graveyard. Least affected will be those who hung on to their investments although only those who had accummulated extra cash along the way will be in a position to benefit. With stocks reemerging their portfolios will show little disrepair.

The good news is that the public should have awakened to the fact that Americans are not good at economics and are burdened down with huge credit card debt, student loan debt, mortgage debt, medical debt–debts of all kinds. You get the idea. Very moderate savings by the public has partly led to the fiasco we discovered recently.

One professor of economics (MZ) and a chess wizzard par excellence, says in his investment report: “We can now lay the entire mortgage and current financial mess of worldwide plunging stock markets at the feet of the Democrats in Congress–the only true culprits.” He backs up his statement with a essay of deep and historic fact from FDR on, explaining as he unravels the entire reckless and thoughtless dumbness of the political establishment, the demands placed upon the free enterprise system that was short circuited. Some of this concising of the whole story is necessary to save space but any such elaboration on my part would be to no avail as the political establishment covers up their own asses.  One of my buddies often says that fools are given power and the wise are cast as devils. You scratch my back and I’ll scratch your back is a Washington mentality in the simpliest of terms. But it breeds across America in so many ways, doesn’t it?

A decent hardworking Republican from Florida lost his seat in the House due to Obama’s team effort. It is unfortunate to lose good people who have their heads on straight and understand the economic consequences when government intervenes in the affairs of men and that translates into free enterprise and the capitalistic power that helped make America the envy of the whole world. NOTHING THE GOVERNMENT HAS EVER DONE PUTTING THEIR TWO CENTS INTO ANY PLAN EVER SOLVED ANYTHING AND MOSTLY LEAVES IT WORSE OFF THAN BEFORE. LEFT UP TO THE CHARACTER AND STEADFASTNESS OF AMERICAN INGENUITY AND INVENTIVENESS IT IS MY BELIEF BASED UPON 70 YEARS OF LIFE AND A GOOD PORTION OF THAT SEEING THE NATURE OF THE BEAST AND THE SOLUTIONS OVERCOMING SADLY MANY OF THE SO CALLED DEFEATISTS WHO SEEM TO GATHER THE VOICE OFTEN HEARD BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THROUGH A MEDIA THAT ESSENTIALLY AND SELECTIVELY PORTRAYS THE EVENTS OF THE DAY.

As a chess enthusiast I have often heard people speak of chess as a war game not fitting for children to learn. It took years believe me for the values of chess in terms of building blocks toward giving a solid structure and foundation toward decision making, analyzing problems, planning, making judgments, time valuation, and pattern recognition that might be generally concluded as critical thinking development. Perhaps a lot has been stressed about chess that is yet to be proved in the above. Character building traits seem less influenced by chess. But if we examine the nature of children’s interest and dedication to chess study, it can be seen to give children a headstart in some ways of establishing the beginnings of a maturity often not seen so early.

It is interesting to note that William Steinitz once wrote that governments would be served best if employee staffs and elected officials had taken the time to gain a serious knowledge of chess. He stated it differently from me but then, folks, this is my blog to write it my way. Wasn’t there a song sung by Frank Sinatra that in part said: “I did it my way.” Well, if he did it his way, then by gosh, I can do it my way,too!

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