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Time To Get Out Of Your Bond Fund Investments

The elite aristocracy has at least on rule of morality:   they consider it to be in poor taste to not warn in advance of doing something horrible to the middle class .  Here, middle class is defined as anyone not rich enough to own his/her own politician – that probably means you.

The latest warning involves what is likely an the eventual onset of a huge derivatives blow-up in a one or several large bond mutual funds.   There are reasons I believe that this event may be closer than any of us realize.

Pimco, Fidelity and Blackrock manage by far the largest amount of money in bond funds. In fact, I would bet good money that when the accident occurs, the White House will deem each of those as “Too Big To Fail” and find cause to bail them out using your money.

I know for a fact that Pimco’s Total Rate of Return fund is loaded with hidden derivatives risk.  Did you know that?  Does your financial advisor know that.  I’d bet that 99.5% of the advisor world does not know this.  I know because I know of a study that was done which spent a month pulling apart all of the data and information available on Pimco’s Total ROR bond fund.   I was told that it is a derivatives train wreck waiting to happen.

The money management world is “monkey see/monkey do.”  So it’s a good bet that most, if not all, big bond funds are loaded with dangerous derivatives.

So here’ s your warning:   GET OUT OF YOUR BOND FUNDS NOW

And be thankful that the elitists at least consider it rude not to signal a “heads up” before they flush the toilet when you are in the shower.  This is your chance to side-step the water before getting scalded badly.