Readers, Horary Chart Offer and SAG? Huh?

Hi everyone,

I meant to answer Chris’s question about a possible SAG strike and also I had a reader ask me more info about Gold and commercial real estate, all worthy questions which I will get to over the weekend. I really hope SAG is not that stupid. Why can’t they just come up with a temporary agreement and deal with the Internet stuff in a couple of years when it actually starts to make money. There is no money in the Internet right now and what little there maybe for actors (in terms of advertisers) is so minuscule it’s just ridiculous, especially with the economy the way that it is and the writer’s strike we had here.

I understand the importance of standing on ideals and being pro-union, but we are headed for some seriously tough times and in my humble opinion, actors are the most overpaid profession of all professions. When someone can live for 5 years off of making one commercial that shot for 2 days, hey, I don’t feel all that much compassion for the 2 cents the person might potentially get from a google ad. In this case it’s not the right timing to throw another wrench in the struggling economy here in SoCal for something that is so minor, and can be put off for the time being. That’s my take on it. I will do a reading though tomorrow to see if the union will go that route. And before anyone gets their panties in a bunch about actors being overpaid, let me just say, really they are. I have a lot of actor friends and clients and my husband has done some acting. Seriously, they get paid more to do a TV show then the person who created the show gets. Doesn’t that seem backwards? Yes. I actually know of one situation (and I’m sure it’s happened more than once) where an actor on a show got the head writer/creator of the show replaced. The show then proceeded to tank and was cancelled. Hello, karma! But anyway, a strike right now is not a good idea. Sooooo not a good idea.

I just want to say that we really have to get involved again in politics as the unfortunate stuff in the US chart mentioned in previous posts is about to come down. We started seeing the transit at the end of January and we are in it right now, but it hits big in March. So unless we pressure congress to do something about getting the economy back on track we seriously might be headed for a major depression. As I stated Obama is the guy for the job and he has been doing everything to focus on this but he needs our support and support from congress. So please bug the crap out of your local congress-people. Seriously. Or we are so up s*it creek and we don’t want to go there when we don’t have to. 

I’m actually starting to believe my own wild conspiracy theory that the Republicans want to turn the US into a 3rd world country so they can have slave labor here at home. I really think they want there to be a huge gulf between rich and poor and are willing to do just about anything to make that happen. So us middle class people better start fighting or we’ll end up on the soup line.

Please urge all your friends, copy and paste the previous post with all the info that a fellow reader shared with us and do an e-mail blitz. Things are unfortunately going the way I predicted them to go. You know in this case I really didn’t want to be right!

Have a great weekend and keep posting questions. And I wanted to put an offer out there for those interested in a particular financial situation to send an e-mail with a specific question so I can run a horary chart and do a post dissecting it for everyone. Of course the issue should be something that will benefit more than just you personally, something that you and other people can benefit from knowing.

Best wishes,

Denise

my e-mail is: happypeopleusa@aol.com

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Readers, Horary Chart Offer and SAG? Huh?

4 thoughts on “Readers, Horary Chart Offer and SAG? Huh?

  1. grace43 says:

    I understand Nancy Pelosi. She’s just mad. She’s had years of being run over the Republicians. Her reaction is not productive, but understandable.

    But the Republicans don’t seem to have a self defensive bone in their body – at least not where getting reelcted is concerned. Maybe they think when they lose their jobs in Congress, a lucrative CEO position is waiting for them. They don’t even seem to understand to the average American, $500,000 a year is several years salary.

    I have more sympathy for SAG than I do for these CEOs of crashed businesses. At least I can tell if an actor is actually working. I can print out their pictures and hang them on my wall if I like. They have the expense of looking pretty and if they are famous enough, having to hire security. Above all, I don’t have to buy their products, watch their movies or in any way support them.

    These CEOs, however, are asking for the government dime which I have no choice in giving them. I can’t download a failed CEOs pic and throw darts at it. Who even knows who these guys are? What are their expenses that they “need” to make so much money? I am sure I can help them cut back.

  2. Sunbeyond says:

    Regarding the question asked before about commercial real estate, will the company SPG be heading towards 20 dollars from its current price of 40s anytime soon?

    Dear Denise
    I’ve heard from this one analyst that commercial real estate will suffer real hard this year and for years to come, seeing that recently with all the retailer bankruptcies like circuit city and linens n things. Do you think that we are near a collapse of shopping malls? I want to also ask about this company Simon Property Group (largest mall development and operator in the USA) public traded SPG symbol NYSE Listing date Dec 14, 1993 9:30 am . Currently trading around the price of 43 dollars, Do you think its wise to bet against this company? Thanks for your insight, Love reading your blogs,

  3. hopeandaplan says:

    Hi Denise,
    Most of the political commentators think the bill will get passed by the end of next week. Is there anything in the US or Obama chart hitting late next week? Thanks!

  4. jeff says:

    Hi Denise,

    I’m a recently new visitor to your blog. Your politcal pursuasions are obvious. Isn’t it wonderful we live in a free country where you can say and write about just about anything you want. For that, I know we are both thankful. However, with all due respect, I must say that the socialist countries I have traveled to all have a HUGE gulf between the rich and VERY poor – and if there is a middle class (European countries) it is not nearly as broad of a spectrum as it is here. I am not saying capitalism is the answer to everything. It does however encourage personal responsibility much more that socialist idealism (hence the whole mortgage bailout here in the U.S. will discourage personal responsibility). I really feel you are being dishonest by painting republicans with a broad brush (many of them have very socialist tendancies) that they want the rich to get richer and poor to get poorer. That is ridiculous and dillusional. Please tell me one socialist or communist country where a poor person has the opportunity to better their life than the U.S.A. Do you know any Venezuealens or Cubans that live here in the U.S. who are anxious to return to their homeland? I do not. These are socialist countries where the leaders always speak about the “common good”, yet their intentions are really more about their own power and insecurity.

    Please Denise – do some soul searching and be honest about this subject. You know very well that human tendancies, whether they be conservative or liberal will veer selfishly out of control if there are no checks and balances. As you also know, the wisdom (of check and balances) our founding fathers had in writing our Constitution and founding documents was influenced by the Almighty himself. By the way, as perhaps you can tell with your psychic abilities, I am a sole provider supporting a family (a wife and 3 small children) and I have come from very modest beginnings.

    Respectfully,
    Jeff

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