Trading WW3 – Can you hedge the Apocalypse?


Global Intel Hub is 100% anti-war, there is no question that war is bad.  Instead of wasting all that money on munitions, how about food, computers, clothing, or high tech farming systems?  How about planting trees?  But the Warmonger Party, currently led by US Democrats and Jesuit Joe Biden (who swore a blood oath years ago to take Orthodox Russia back to the Catholics) will have nothing of it.  In fact, there is evidence that peace talks in the early days of the war were subverted via British Spycraft (Rothschilds/James Bond):

US, UK sabotaged peace deal because they ‘don’t care about Ukraine’: fmr. NATO adviser... Former Swiss intelligence officer and NATO adviser Jacques Baud on the next phase of the Russia-Ukraine war and new allegations that the US and UK undermined a peace deal that could have ended it.  The West’s aim “is not the victory of Ukraine, It’s the defeat of Russia,” Baud says. “The problem is that nobody cares about Ukraine. We have just instrumentalized Ukraine for the purpose of US strategic interests — not even European interests.”

Not only that, the US and UK have been supplying Ukraine all along, basically telling them what to say, providing weapons, troops (Mercenaries) and even plans on how to blow up the bridge.

War is good business, so this should come as no surprise.  This has been going on for hundreds of years at least on this planet, perhaps thousands.

So how can you trade war?  Is it possible to hedge the apocalypse?  The quick answer is yes, and 'Apocalypse' is an exaggerated outcome used by the Warmongers to manipulate the population into war itself.  Fearmongers, in particular, use fear to manipulate the reptilian brains of the masses who are not so inclined to protect their souls from the interference of demons and their minions.

Trade Futures 

Futures cover most markets, you can trade metals, stocks, agricultural commodities, oil, and even volatility.  Of course, this requires you sit in front of the computer all day - trading is hard!  But, Futures give you exposure to Macro events.

Long Defense contractors

Manufacturers of weapons of all kinds, and technologies that support war (communications, computers, etc.) are all going to benefit from a prolonged proxy war OR a direct conflict between superpowers.  Lockheed, Raytheon, and the usual suspects will benefit.  But don't forget about Silicon Valley.  Facebook, Twitter, and other social media companies are intertwined in the Military.  Events such as the Arab Spring have highlighted how social media plays a major role, sometimes even a more important role, than the CIA itself.  It's because people are suspicious of the CIA, but not of Google - so they make for the perfect spies.  Google, Facebook, and Twitter can control information in a situation by blocking / censoring the side that is not helping the mission - whatever the mission is.  They can encourage content by 'featuring' it on news feeds, for example if they want a certain government to be overthrown.  Certainly this played a huge role in Ukraine, during the 2014 - present 'color' revolutions, and will continue to play a major role.  For a good read on this checkout the book When Google met Wikileaks, transcript here.

To trade stocks of defense contractors, open an account at LevelX.

Invest in SpaceX 

If you have millions in dry powder and are an accredited investor, you can invest in SpaceX with LevelXAs we have previously explained, Space remains the one advantage the US military has, which is a huge advantage.  If this war gets real, that advantage will be utilized - and SpaceX has a Monopoly.

Of course, there are tons of ways to capitalize on chaos, which creates volatility.  Bottom line is either invest in companies or commodities that are going to benefit, or day-trade the news which is often easier during times of war than in times of peace (due to the ways that information flows around the world).

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