It’s complete bullshit! Nothing is going to happen! There is not going to be a thermonuclear war!— Paul Theron, Vestact
These are two annoying wankers looking for attention! Ignore the whole thing!— Paul Theron, Vestact
US President Donald Trump says American weapons are “locked and loaded” should North Korea’s Kim Jong Un act “unwisely”.
North Korea's apparently rapid progress in developing nuclear weapons and missiles capable of reaching the US mainland has fuelled tensions that are unnerving regional powers and global investors.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Vestact MD Paul Theron.
According to Theron, you should ignore the two “attention seekers”.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
The noise levels are higher now than ever, because it gets amplified on social media.— Paul Theron, Vestact
Donald Trump is a troll.— Paul Theron, Vestact
Turn him [Trump] down if you’re an investor.— Paul Theron, Vestact
Donald Trump is the worst person ever to occupy the White House.— Paul Theron, Vestact
When politicians start ignoring sovereign credit ratings then you’re definitely advised to liquidate investments.— Paul Theron, Vestact
One should be courageous and not pay too much attention to Cassandras always saying ‘the end is nigh’.— Paul Theron, Vestact
Older people tend to be more anxious about the world…— Paul Theron, Vestact
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