Mr. Mannarino said that the stock market would go no higher (at its high) and it hasn’t.
“Money makes the world go around,” is an old saying that mostly ungodly people say. It is ironic that the love of money has created the terrible financial situation the world is in.
I’m not a financial expert, but these guys seem to have a better handle on all things financial than most.
As a Christian, I know this:
“For the love of money is a root of all sorts of evil, and some by longing for it have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs.” 1 Timothy 6:10
We know where the graft the two Gregs talk about is coming from.
[graft, grahft] /græft, grɑft/ noun. 1. the acquisition of money, gain, or advantage by dishonest, unfair, or illegal means, especially through the abuse of one’s position or influence in politics, business, etc.
Two Views of the FutureMarch 5, 2018
Ever heard of Jan Markell or Gregory Manarinno? Probably not. If you listen to both of these videos, you may wish you hadn’t.
I appreciate both. Whether you agree with their strong opinions or not their topics are very different but they are definitely concerned for the future of mankind.
Jan Markell is a well-known pre-trib rapture proponent with a good deal of knowledge about it and Globalism. One who doesn’t agree with her eschatological views may still be interested in much of what she says here. I think she is correct about the attempt at Globalism. I am not dogmatic about any eschatological view but if I had to admit to leaning in a direction, it would be towards the pre-trib view.
Gregory Manarinno is a young man who has made his living on his knowledge of the stock and bond markets. I agree with him that things are NOT as rosy in the financial world as many are making them out to be.
Are these two people too alarmist?
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