– Hi friends, invest orworry about the after shocks of the virus.
In this video, I'm gonnaexplain to you how to navigate this crisis and hopefullyyou learn something new.
I'm gonna talk about the stocks, bonds, and what the Fed is doing.
It's going to be a pretty heavy topic so I'm gonna simplify it.
So, I appreciate the thumbs up, it helps a lot out in the channel.
I remember back in 2011, investors had very vividmemories coming out of a massive recession back in '08, '09.
So in June 2011, the marketsbegin to come down again and there were lots oftalks about a double dip.
So, like history repeatingitself all over again.
I remember a friend of mine, had his life savingsinvested in the stock market.
We were chatting over beer, and that time I toldhim, hey don't be a cock.
(cock crows) And made him to buy backall the shares his sold.
So, of course there is a lotmore to the conversation, but we all know the end result.
Till today he is stillholding on to his shares despite the recent crash.
His biggest position is in Apple.
I have this love-haterelationship with Apple.
I made a lot of money with Apple stock and I know Apple have massive potential but I don't own Apple stock now.
So, if you want to haveinterest on my thoughts about Apple stock, let meknow in the comments below, I'll consider to do a videoif there is enough interest.
The biggest worry investorshave after this whole virus is the after shocks of it.
Investors worry about quarterly earnings, job losses and everythingelse that gets hit along the line.
And that is a very real worry.
So, let me tell you somethingabout the stock market.
If everybody is worryingabout the same thing, it's nothing to worry about.
What you should be worryingabout are the things that we cannot see and foresee.
So, this is not the first time I mention about this V-shape recovery and so far, It's still looking like one.
And let me explain toyou, why I still think this is gonna be a V-shape recovery case.
To understand my thought process, I need to talk about how money flows and how printing of money affects us.
You see, printing ofmoney causes inflation.
Inflation means things getmore expensive over time.
A good example of inflationis the cost of goods getting more expensive.
So, do you remember like ten years ago, the cost of let's say bread, the cost of bread ten years ago versus the cost of bread now.
The cost were easilydoubled, that is inflation.
Anyway, that's inflation in theory.
So when it comes to the real world, whatever you study inschool, 99% of it is useless.
I'm trained engineer to build robots but at the end I end up doing everything else but building robots.
So what's more important isthe attitude to keep learning.
So keep learning andyou will surpass anybody who have higher qualifications than you.
Anyway sorry I went off topic, I still have lots of my pasthabits of mentoring people, and it's a pretty hard heavy to kick.
Anyway, yeah inflation.
So now, the Fed hasunleashed unlimited money.
(helicopter whirring) So they call it helicopter money.
So inflation will happen.
So the question is where? Will the bread go up? Eggs go up? None of it is going to the stock market.
You see, the Fed cannot outright buy stocks in the stock market.
That is market manipulation.
So what the Fed can dois they buy up bonds.
So bonds' price will go up.
So imagine this, you bring unlimited money to an auction house.
This is what exactly the Fed is doing now.
So now, bond prices will go up, and a lot of that money willflow out of those bond market into the stock market.
Where else will the money go? It's definitely not going to the people, I'm sorry to say that, it's not going towards gold or crypto, it's notgoing towards real estate and it's definitely not going towards small medium businesses.
Okay, maybe a small percentagewill go to the people and all these small small things but you know where the bulkof the money will go to, okay.
Look at what happened back in '08', '09', when the Fed printed tons of money, where did it go? It didn't cause inflation in consumables or bread prices didn't go up, the normal stuff didn't go up.
It pushed the entire stock market up.
Any crisis that may happen along the way, the solution is just print, print, print.
That's the new world we are living of now.
On top it, just before weentered this recession, consumerism was at the peak.
Also, there were plenty ofcash sitting on the sidelines.
So my prediction ishyperinflation will happen but where will it happen? It will happen in the stock market.
So if you have notinvested now, do it soon.
I don't care how the nextsix months will look like, I will just literally ignore all the news and keep adding, addingwhatever spare cash I have.
Adding both up and down.
So, you see, mainstream media to me is not a reliable source of news anymore.
Every news I see, I takeit with a pinch of salt.
It's just like what CNN justdid the Karish or Elon Musk.
That is like damn ass, thatis the worst journalism ever.
So anyway, during the recent drop, I created so many videos, I've done more than I could screaming at people to buy, buy, buy.
In fact I got a million views, and that's pretty funny.
So for those who were level headed, for those who were calm, congrats to all of you, you should be seeing good profits now.
My portfolio is up massively, and it's not even funny.
I was explaining that the whole reason I created this YouTube channel was to help people, that's it.
I don't give a crap aboutearning YouTube money.
I have better ways to earn money.
I've seen so many of your comments thanking me on your profits, and I wanna tell yousomething, I take no credit.
The credit is all yours, you clicked, not me.
Looking ahead and concluding this video, the stock market is gonna be very volatile until society kind of findsit's footing in this crisis.
There will be tons andtons of negative news screwing with your head.
But think about this, if Itold you three months ago, that the world would havethe highest unemployment rate in the history of the world, corporate profits dropping 80% all around the world and the stock market will remain this high, everybodywould be laughing at me.
(cock crows) Hyperinflation will hit the stock market, and those sitting on with lots of cash, I'll say the same thing as Ray Dalio said, “cash is trash.
” Don't bet against the government.
I would rather you beinvested in good companies, innovative companies changingthe world for the better good.
And as always, I willbe your voice of reason when shit hits the fence.
And this is my contribution to the world.