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“Which is going to help you better?” With Ronan, you?ll at least be able to live through

“Which is going to help you better?” [Unsubscribe]( [Wiggin Sessions] August 05, 2022 Innovation v. Government Policy “Which is going to help you better?” Hmm, anonymous [Addison Wiggin]Dear Reader, Part of our reason to write to you – internet marketing – requires us to pull on your heartstrings. We prefer not to. Pero es lo que es. If you’re interested in our ideas, ideally you’ll continue to read, listen, watch and chat with your friends about. More than ever – more than the early 2000s, more than 2008, more than the lull years before the pandemic hit, when crypto seemed to be emergent – we feel like we’re moving through a period of time, right now, where two trends are contradictory: - Massive innovation: tech and science have access to tools unseen before - Government policy: political strategists are striving soooo hard to control… uh, everything. The conflict is unbecoming. We don’t pretend to understand it. One of the mind-benders, right now, is why tech innovators are embracing government policies and social memes that actually impede innovation. Such a fascinating topic. C’mon. These themes are worth a discussion, at least. You’re going to love our upcoming Wiggin Session with Mark Moss and Aleks Svetski. We dig deep into how we got here: politics v. capitalism. In the meantime, revisit our digital nomad idea with Ronan McMahon, right here. [Click here to learn more]( With Ronan, you’ll at least be able to live through the discord in an alluring locale. We’re innovating in the international space, including real estate deals that no one else can or will have access to, especially post-pandemic, pre-monkey pox. So it goes, [Addison Wiggin] Addison Wiggin Founder, The Wiggin Sessions P.S. Did you see Nancy Pelosi tried to make her visit to Taiwan a gender issue? P.P.S. This one is a bit suspect also… more Spanish started drinking out of their homes after the pandemic hit? [Click here to learn more] --------------------------------------------------------------- Prepare now for the inevitable [Click here to learn more]( A strange phenomenon is ‘distorting’ America’s financial system. It has nothing to do with a pandemic, or inflation, either. And it won’t be like the crashes we saw in 2000… 2008… or even 2020. In fact, the next crisis won’t be a crash at all. Don’t get caught off guard by what will happen next. [Watch financial and investment expert Nomi Prins’ bombshell prediction for America’s economy…]( [Click here now](. Ed. note: Got something to say? Send your feedback to The Wiggin Sessions, [here.](mailto:WigginSessions@5minforecast.com) Follow the Wiggin Sessions on Social Media! [Facebook Group]( [Twitter]( [Instagram]( [YouTube]( [LinkedIn]( [The Financial Reserve]The Wiggin Sessions is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We do not rent or share your email address. By submitting your email address, you consent to Consilience, LLC. delivering daily email issues and advertisements. To end your The Wiggin Sessions e-mail subscription and associated external offers sent from The Wiggin Sessions, feel free to [click here.]( Please read our [Privacy Statement.]( For any further comments or concerns please email us at support@5minforecast.com. If you are having trouble receiving your The Wiggin Sessions subscription, you can ensure its arrival in your mailbox by [whitelisting The Wiggin Sessions.]( © 2022 Consilience, LLC. 808 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore MD 21202. Although our employees may answer your general customer service questions, they are not licensed under securities laws to address your particular investment situation. No communication by our employees to you should be deemed as personalized financial advice. We expressly forbid our writers from having a financial interest in any security they personally recommend to our readers. All of our employees and agents must wait 24 hours after on-line publication or 72 hours after the mailing of a printed-only publication prior to following an initial recommendation. Any investments recommended in this letter should be made only after consulting with your investment advisor and only after reviewing the prospectus or financial statements of the company. Email Reference ID: 400WIGED01

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