John Myers Archive
John Myers is editor of Myers’ Energy and Gold Report. The son of C.V. Myers, the original publisher of Oilweek Magazine, John has worked with two of the world’s largest investment publishers, Phillips and Agora. He was the original editor for Outstanding Investments and has more than 20 years experience as an investment writer. John is a graduate of the University of Calgary. He has worked for Prudential Securities in Spokane, Wash., as a registered investment advisor. His office location in Calgary, Alberta, is just minutes away from the headquarters of some of the biggest players in today’s energy markets. This gives him personal access to everyone from oil CEOs to roughnecks, where he learns secrets from oil insiders he passes on to his subscribers. Plus, during his years in Spokane he cultivated a network of relationships with mining insiders in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Email this author.
Over the next four years, President Barack Obama will try to implement more sweeping changes in America, this time under the pretense of saving the Earth. In 2009, the President slammed Obamacare down America’s throat. In 2013, it will be Obamagreen.
The day after the re-election of President Barack Obama, the stock market tanked with the Dow Jones industrial average falling more than 300 points in the first two hours of trading and closing the day below 13,000 for the first time since Aug. 2.
The Nation’s future rests upon the hope that President Barack Obama’s leadership will somehow get better if we can chill over this result of this election. That is not much consolation except to say maybe we were doomed before this election. Also, what we do now and over the coming months will be a test for American democracy — the longest lived one in the world.
California! Home to the gold rush, Hollywood and, once upon a time, the greatest of all American dreams. But as Don DeLillo, the great modern American novelist said: “Californians invented the concept of life-style. This alone warrants their doom.”
Regardless of who the President is after this close election, the equity markets and the U.S. economy are in trouble. Debt has spread throughout the Western world. The fallout is political dissonance, growing economic hardship and, in some places, mob violence.
The race for the Presidency has been interesting, not because of what either candidate has said, but because of what has been ignored: the Nation’s continued involvement in Afghanistan as well as the progressive deterioration of American strategic goals for the Mideast.
Let us hope Mitt Romney is uncorking non-alcoholic champagne in 34 days. If Romney wins the Presidency, there will be celebrations across the land as hundreds of rigs get set to drill and capture oil inside the United States and along the Nation’s coastlines.
Around and around we go. Violence and death of innocents on Islamic soil seems to be a perpetual phenomenon. The most recent round of senseless violence was said to have been sparked by the surfacing of a sophomoric YouTube video that pokes fun at Muhammad.
Either President Barack Obama or GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney will be given the task of rebuilding America. I believe whatever solutions they have can result only in a larger Federal deficit and the continued meltdown of the dollar.
The race for the Presidency is focusing on which candidate will best help people get a job. Whoever is elected in November, whether President Barack Obama or GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney, it will be his priority to improve the economy. If the economy does improve, that will create jobs.