Where should we invest our money? Wayne Jett shares his expert views

Given the scary news headlines that are commonplace, should you put your money in banks, gold, or stocks? Our resident economist, Wayne Jett, offers his advice.

Wayne Jett is a registered investment adviser who serves as managing principal for Classical Capital, LLC that is based in San Marino, California. A staunch proponent of monetary and tax reform, Jett recently completed and released his newest book called “The Fruits of Graft: Great Depressions Then and Now” that’s available from his website and online stores like Amazon. He is also the author of an earlier book called “A General Theory of Acquisitivity” that combines free market economics with theoretical, moral, and ethical underpinnings.

Click here to listen to an excerpt of Jett’s last appearance on the radio show on Apr. 26.

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  1. From George Ure’s UrbanSurvival.com
    June 8, 2012

    Falling DOWn
    Robin Landry and I chatted for a few minutes Thursday and he’s seeing this as an Elliott wave (iv) – a short counter-trend rally – while we set up to complete wave 1 of the larger Super Cycle 3 down. A target? Could go as low as the 1,137 S&P level but maybe a breather on the way down around 1,243. But we’ll just hold our shorts for now and see what happens this morning, although the early check of futures looked like someone got out the Slip & Slide and set it up overnight.

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