The big globalist Davos meeting will release its agenda on January 25 – 29, 2021. This year’s Davos agenda will be very different than any previous years in recorded history and may have profound implications that reach the stock market.
Rumors are circulating that the World Economic Forum, along with the United Nations, the IMF, and big tech, will officially introduce to the public The Great Reset Agenda on January 25 – 29, 2021.
The Great Reset’s goal is to use the COVID-19 pandemic to reshape all of our economies and laws and move to a new form of capitalistic socialism that focuses on net-zero emissions.
We definitely want to keep a close watch on green energy companies and their stocks. We also want to keep our eyes on big tech as technology companies got Joe Biden elected and have a central role in the Great Reset.
We also have Joe Biden pushing a COVID-19 stimulus for the American people all timed ahead of the Davos meeting. Biden’s $1.9 trillion spending proposal includes:
- $350 billion in state and local government aid
- $170 billion for K-12 schools and institutions of higher education
- Direct payments of $1,400 to most Americans, costing around $320 billion according to a Breitbart News’ estimate
- Enhanced unemployment benefits increasing payments by $400 per week through the end of September
- $50 billion for Covid-19 testing
- $20 billion toward a national vaccine program
- Raising the Child Tax Credit to $3,000 per child and making it fully refundable for 2021
The non-spending proposals include:
- Hiking the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour
- Extending the eviction and foreclosure moratoriums until the end of September
- Extended family leave
On the Davos Agenda World Economic Forum website is a count down clock that currently reads 7 days as of January 17, 2021.
The Great Reset’s key factor will be if new lockdowns are needed to put more small business owners out of work to usher in their new economic system. That would drive more money into Wall Street and S&P 500 listed public corporations and away from small, privately owned businesses.
In the Premium Service, we are holding an ETF that should be well-positioned ahead of this year’s Davos meeting.