If you aren’t betting on a big year-end market rally, you should be. The force is with you.
More to the point, the force is with the market. It’s an extraordinarily powerful force that investors don’t see, and the financial press isn’t writing about.
But it’s here, and it’s gathering speed like a hurricane crossing the warm waters of the Atlantic.
You don’t want to get out of the way of this force of nature; you want to ride it all the way to the bank.
Here’s where it’s coming from, how it will pick up speed, and where it can land you (if you’re smart)…
It’s not easy being a whistleblower.
Just ask the few at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Inspector General, the SEC’s independent watchdog group who police everyone at the SEC, when they filed a complaint against two of their own.
Last year, after whistleblowers in the IG’s office claimed one of their supervisors and a junior subordinate were guilty of “time and attendance fraud” because the “two employees regularly disappeared together for several hours during workdays and engaged in inappropriate conduct in the office,” the unappreciated whistleblowers had to then blow the whistle on the superiors they complained to for retaliating against them for blowing the whistle on their buddies.
If you think superiors retaliating or even threatening to retaliate against would-be whistleblowers could impede investigations the SEC’s supposed to conduct… You’re right.
Here’s what the SEC whistleblowers are up against, and what we know happens behind the curtain…