WealthCycles.com was created to offer accessible, understandable, and increasingly valuable information on economic wealth cycles. “An avalanche of content will make context the scarce resource” - Paul Saffo, Futurist We recognize the important role information plays in our modern daily lives. Right now, there is unprecedented access to an extraordinary amount of diverse information, making it hard to separate fact from fiction, value from irrelevance and truth from noise. Thanks to a seemingly limitless number of online resources, coupled with growing numbers of television and radio networks and a 24-hour news cycle, we are inundated every day with more financial information than we can digest. Much of the financial information we receive is short-term noise or sensationalized headlines, designed more to frighten us than to educate us. Instead of benefiting from the wealth of financial news at our disposal, we have instead become more and more baffled and overwhelmed. Too often the information we receive takes the form of one-sided conversations layered in content and lacking in context. At WealthCycles.com, we unite content with context. Our objective is to use technology to increase the ease of learning and understanding of economic wealth cycles, providing you with the tools you need to help secure your financial well being and that of your family. Being well-informed and financially educated is essential to surviving and thriving in our modern world. As more and more valueless and irrelevant content becomes available, we recognize the importance of helping individuals filter out the noise and put the accurate financial information we provide into context in their own lives. This Website is about education and taking action. You must first educate yourself, and then take action. Inside you will: • See how a look backward can really be a glimpse into the future. • Find historical perspective combined with current analysis and practical advice. • Discover how to filter the daily financial noise and put it in a context that is relevant to you and your financial well being.