Wednesday, January 2, 2008

A Rocky Year 2008

For those who are not familiar with Chinese astrology, 2008 is the "Year of the Rat".

The Rat was welcomed in ancient times as a protector and bringer of material prosperity. It is an animal associated with aggression, wealth, charm, and order, yet also associated with death, war, the occult, pestilence, and atrocities.

A Rocky Year 2008

Why it's a rocky year? read more....

a.- IMF warns of more financial market turmoil into 2008

"The consequences of the turmoil should not be underestimated. The implications will be significant and far reaching...It has an effect on the real economy which will be felt more in 2008, with greater intensity in the United States, less in other areas" -While it's still largely a Wall Street problem, it looks like it's coming to 'Main Street'

Turmoil is a state of great commotion, confusion, or disturbance.

b.- Financial turmoil could haunt Europe in 2008 December 15, 2007,

"The turmoil affecting global financial markets will stretch a "good while" into 2008 and cause a slowdown in European growth - the extent of the impact was hard to judge but added that "the crisis will not make us richer".

"The turbulence that is affecting financial markets is going to continue. I don't think that we can say that we have reached the end of the financial crisis,"

"I could not tell you how long it is going to last ... I think the financial crisis will occupy us for a good while in 2008. We will have to say in what way and in to what degree the financial turmoil will impact the real economies".

You need to be strong, never give-up attitude and with more effort plus guidance to GAIN prosperity in the Rocky Year 2008. Watch all 5 videos to get an insight of mentor's message.

What's terrific about "Rocky" is that it's not about winning; it's not even about fighting. It's about Rocky and his desire to get by in the world without being a bum. The sequels to this widely popular film have focused more heavily on the upcoming fight, whereas this story focuses on Rocky's life. He doesn't want to win; he just wants to survive and feel good about himself. That's what most of us want, and that's why this film is a classic.

plus...Academy Award Movie, Wall Street with the Gordon Gekko's "Greed is Good" and Jerry MaGuire's "Show You The Money"!

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