“It’s the family you choose that counts.” ~ Andrew Vachss
By Catherine Austin Fitts
On Thursday, please join me for a personal tour of the Solari Report website and a talk about how you can use its resources in the way that best serves you.
First, I’d like to thank all the Solari subscribers! We know you care about the truth, and about building a healthy and sound financial future for you and your family. As you will see, the Solari Report is much more than our weekly commentaries about geopolitics and financial news. Our mission is to help each other live a free and inspired life—which can seem like a daunting “opportunity” these days.
The Solari Report is like a buffet. There are lots of offerings. You should take what best suits you in the order that is most useful for you. If you have not yet checked out our Welcome page, I recommend it.
On our tour, I’ll go over the Welcome Page and dive into the following sections to explain how to get the most out of them:
– Weekly Solari Reports
– Quarterly Solari Report Wrap Ups
– Money & Markets Reports (weekly except for the last week of the month)
– Special Solari Reports
– Series: Future Science, Food, Wellness, Food for the Soul, Via Europa (with some microsites)
– Commentaries, including Book Reviews, Music, Weekly and Annual Heroes, Let’s Go to the Movies, and Daily Musings
– News Trends & Stories
– Solari Library
– Core Concepts and Just a Taste
Another important part of the Solari website is the opportunity to interact with each other. You can do so in several ways: by leaving a comment at the bottom of each Solari Report; posting in the Subscriber Input section of the website; commenting in the Ask Catherine section at the bottom of each Money & Markets report; or sending an email with your questions for Ask Catherine. Please submit your questions by the Tuesday of the week when the audio for the Money & Markets report will get published.
In Let's Go to the Movies, I will discuss Room 2806: The Accusation, which traces the 2011 sexual assault case involving French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who was then at the height of his career.
In Money & Markets, I will cover the latest events in finance and politics. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary for the second week of February when it is posted.
Please join us February 11th.
Talk to you then!