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As you surf along the information superhighway, you will
inevitably come across folks pedalling gold and silver with
newsy looking articles mentioning the names of so and so who
incredibly foresaw the 2000 dotcom crash, the real estate
crash of 2008, etc, etc, and thinks now is the time to buy...
can be fairly persuasive and likely generate significant
income -- which can be available to you, as you work from
Starting today, record a set of wildly optimistic and wildly
pessimistic predictions on as frequent a basis as you can
tolerate, but at least monthly. Be careful to allow for date
and topic substitutions such that you can create additional
content with minimal editing, through currently available tools
can help you smooth out the edges on such content. I'd advise
keeping proper attire for every age so past recordings that
need minor adjustments can be modified with ease.
In ten years or so, you would have created a tremendous
library of valuable predictions that came true (just check some
of your HB pearls) -- which you can now market to gold and
silver sellers, who I can safely predict will still be in business
looking for credible predictors.
||Baked. "Blatantly Idiotic Predictions For ..."
||This idea, shirley, is simply a version of an existing well-known scam?
||It's the one where you email 5000 people predicting that X will happen, and another 5000 people predicting that X won't happen. If X happens, you split the first 5000 names into 2 groups of 2500, and email them opposite predictions about Y. Etc etc, until you have a dozen or so people who have been sent 10 consecutive correct predictions. You then ask them for money in exchange for your next prediction.
||Ah yes, democracy ... what a good idea.