Happy Holidays and warm wishes to you

Just having a little family Karaoke at our house tonight. My husband does an awesome Billy Joel among others. He does a version of “Honesty” that knocks listeners speechless. (No kidding) The kids do rap songs mostly. Interesting. My Dad was a professional Opera singer. It’s all good. My best is Stevie Nicks (but I do need a very kind audience).
I just wanted to slip in a warm wish message to all of you out there in the big wide world. I get messages every day from readers of my book and this blog all over the world. I want you to know that I hear you and I appreciate the time you take to read and write to me. A few gold bugs have been mad at me lately but that's ok. (We will buy gold again some day, when we get a buy on our rules, honest.) Many readers write to tell me that I help them through my writing and speaking. I want you to know that you help me too. All of my clients and readers inspire us to try really hard every day.
I know things are a bit rough for many right now. But things will be better again down the road. I really believe that. We will get through this. We can learn and use this experience as fuel and wisdom for the future. We humans are made of sturdy stuff. Keep the faith; keep looking to the light. Love your life as hard as you can. And where you need change, jump at it with all your heart.
Blessings to you all and to all a good night.

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3 Responses to Happy Holidays and warm wishes to you

  1. Anonymous says:

    Danielle – all the best to you and yours. Thanks again for your insights and voice of realism in a sea of noise. Have a great year and keep us posted on any opportunities…
    Cheers!

  2. Anonymous says:

    You warned and some listened while I remained deaf. And you are right about our resilience as I see opportunity in the middle of chaos. The adage that there is more to life than money and a BMW will hopefully, at least while we steer our way through the compounded Evil of those who destroy the savings of millions because they never had enough jingle in their pocket, be the new mantra of the chattering classes.
    I just spent 10 days as a volunteer at an orphanage in Romania and in the midst of the gloomy headlines there are kids in this world which have it far worse than it will ever be for me.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I enjoyed your interview with Jim Puplava on Financial Sense and glad to discover your blog. 2008 has been a very difficult year for investors and your views are refreshing. I look forward to your market thoughts each week!
    http://www.RetirementThink.com

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