By US Daily Review Staff.
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Warns Investors To Not Jump Into The US Residential Real Estate Markets-Stock Markets Yet-The Recession Might Get Worse-The Perfect Storm
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is in the investor due diligence business, and they are warning all US stock market investors, real estate investors, or home buyers to wait before jumping into the US residential market-just yet. The group is extremely worried about what they call the Perfect Storm, that includes an Obama Administration that seems incapable of creating a private sector job, without taxpayer funding. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “According to ABC News in May of 2012, six million US homeowners are either late, or in foreclosure. We stand by our prediction in January of 2012 that US residential real estate values will decline another 5% to 10% in most US residential real estate markets this year. Why buy a house now? We remain very worried about what Iran-with a nuclear weapon instantly does to global oil prices, the ongoing debt crisis in Europe, a desperate President Obama’s re-election campaign that we think is all about class warfare, the biggest tax increase in US history, and wealth redistribution. This all combined with US unemployment that appears to be increasing, a US economy that appears to be slowing, and a US stock market that we think is overbought by at least 10%. We call it the Perfect Storm, and we are advising all investors sit this one out until after the election.” http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com.
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is in the investor protection, and due diligence business, and they are warning all investors to keep their money parked on the sidelines until after the November 2012 US Presidential, and Congressional elections. The group does not believe the US ever exited the recession that began in 2008, and they are extremely worried, that a very fragile US economy could get much worse with just one event like Iran getting a nuclear weapon, a European Union that breaks up, after the Germans decide to not pick up the debt bar tab anymore, and or an already divisive US Presidential election, that gets even more divisive. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “We are calling combination of Iran getting a nuclear weapon, the European debt crisis, a slowing US economy, higher US unemployment, and a very divisive presidential election the Perfect Storm, for US home buyers, stock market investors, or investors in general. In this type of environment an investor could lose it all. As usual President Obama appears to be preoccupied with campaign fundraising events-we see zero economic leadership from Washington, DC, because the boss is always out of town. Again, we say-sit this one out until after the November 2012 Presidential election if you are any type of investor. Smart investors do not like uncertainty, and uncertainty is all we see on the horizon until the 2012 US Presidential, and Congressional elections are over.” http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “We are increasingly becoming worried about the Obama Administration’s seemingly endless failures in the Middle East, and Africa. Women, and Children are being slaughtered by the Assad regime in Syria, a member of the very radical Muslim Brotherhood is now Egypt’s new President, and the government of Sudan is slaughtering Christians in south Sudan, with Russian supplied attack aircraft. Being African American with solid background in Islam President Obama really could have been a transformational world leader. In February of 2011 we coined the term Amateur Hour at the White House, with respect to the Obama Administration’s response to the Arab Spring, and Iran’s meddling, as they continue to meddle in places like Syria. As an investor advocate we now worry how long will it take the United States to dig out of the holes both domestic, and international the Obama Administration has created? We also believe it is treason-if the White house is actually releasing classified material for political gain.” http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com