MacroBusiness was thrown together by a pack of property doom and gloomers who wrongly believe the Australian real estate market is a huge pyramid scheme. The gap between reality and their gloomy view has widened to a gulf the size of Chris Becker's belly, but we still churn out mindless bear fodder every day, even though the true facts and data don't actually support our bearish agenda. Our gullible readers are a pack of brown-nosed whiney losers who wish for the day when the Aussie economy collapses so they can take advantage and buy cheap homes from unfortunate people who lose their lobs.
MacroBusiness hosts content that makes those losers feel better, blogs that give them some hope that the massive crash they've been praying for is finally on its way. Permabear MacroBusiness readers believe they are entitled to own homes for less than everybody else is willing to pay, so Macrobusiness feeds off this pathetic sense of entitlement and tells them what they want to hear.
MacroBusiness bloggers use poor logic, math blunders, sensationalism and faith-based doctrine to bring their readers a narrow-minded, one-eyed view of the Australian property market. They write in a hysterical manner about the supposed 'dangers' faced by the Aussie economy, and gloss over any positive news. They provide utter nonsense analysis of the Aussie and global economy, and they misrepresent the potential impact on society and business.
This is made possible due to the heavy-handed dictator who runs the site, David Llewellyn-Smith, who bans and silences anyone who dares disagree with the MacroBusiness groupthink. Property bulls and investors are not permitted to defile Macrobusiness with irritating facts and data that might get in the way of a good old bear circle-jerk. MacroBusiness readers have a deep-seated fear, envy and hatred of anyone who doesn't believe property will crash, so they like to keep their site free from those who might challenge their closed ideologies.
Chris Becker writes as The Prince on MacroBusiness. Chris Becker is a share spruiker and wannabe investing 'strategist', and a co-founder of Empire Investing, a private share spruiking company. Chris is a failed financial advisor and portfolio manager for a little-known financial services company with useless experience in share spruiking.
The Macrobusiness bloggers hate the fact that my blog exposes their foolishness.
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