Economic Outlook

Economic Outlook

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HostGeorge Noory

GuestsJoe Meyer, Tom Lumbrazo

During the first half of the show, stock market analyst Joe Meyer, who predicted our current economic woe on C2C in 2004, shared his investment tips and strategies. The so-called economic recovery is an illusion, and the underlying elements of the financial structure are continuing to deteriorate, with more mortgage foreclosures coming in 2011-12, he said. We'll continue to see declining prices in housing, and the commercial real estate sector will also slide downward, with retail malls failing in the 2011-12 period, he predicted.

The bull market for precious metals is just getting started, and though there'll be some corrections, it will continue rising for the next decade, he declared. He recommended investing in gold and silver coins, as well as bullion, and quality mining stocks. Meyer also advised making investments with utility companies, and the energy market (diversifying with 1/3 international oil companies, 1/3 oil service stocks, and 1/3 in the natural gas sector).

Angelic Communications

During the third hour, Tom Lumbrazo talked about his interactions with angels and spirit guides, which began after an angelic warning saved his life during a car accident. Having taken up painting after this incident, he noted that "art and music are the keys to communication with the angels." He also discussed his ability to discern messages and figures in cloud formations, which he likened to crop circles.

The last hour of the show featured Open Lines.

News segment guests: John Hogue, Richard C. Hoagland

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Tom Lumbrazo, who finds interesting meanings in cloud formations, sent us some images to accompany his appearance. The first, he describes as a Cloud Being, pointing to a Star Gate (seen in the second photo). Both photos were taken in St. Malo, France in 2008. More images here.

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