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Psychological and Economic Deception Main Tools Utilized by Wall Street

A man has free choice to the extent that he is rational. St. Thomas Aquinas It is possible if one takes the right actions to make money and remain relatively unscathed in such an environment. One cannot say the same for the masses because they are walking with their eyes wide shut. In other words, they do not see what's happening; their heads are stuck in the sand. They are oblivious to what's going around, and if you try to warn them, they are apt to strangle you.
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