I am growing increasingly concerned that the Covid-19 mRNA “vaccines” are much more dangerous than we were led to believe. Despite the incessant safety assurances from Minister of Big Pharma, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and his dutiful sidekick and head vaccine cheerleader, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the covid data just doesn’t add up.
Data Discrepancies Suggest Covid-19 Vaccine Dangers
Something is clearly amiss. All-cause mortality numbers appear to be growing despite fewer reported Covid-19 deaths. It is also becoming shockingly obvious that all-cause mortality is rising dramatically and quickly, especially for those from 18 to 64 years old.
However, as of January 28, 2022, the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) has only reported 25,036 Covid-19 vaccine deaths. Could that really be accurate given the insurance industry’s mortality data? Covid researcher Steve Kirsch believes that the VAERS numbers might be off by a factor of 41 times. Using Kirsch’s methodology, the VAERS deaths count may be closer to 1 million!
Additionally, the DOD health surveillance data suggests a clear and unusual spike in health problems within the US military in 2021. Curiously, the timing of these problems correlates quite suspiciously with the mass covid vaccinations mandated by armed forces and President Biden.
Hmmm, I suspect that the covid vaccine deaths (and injuries) may be severely underreported and largely unaccounted for. Time will definitely tell.
Investment Ideas for an Increasing Death Rate
If my assessment is correct, the death business may become a great deal more profitable in the years to come. Consequently, I am putting my money where my mouth is, and sadly, investing in death businesses.
I believe the following companies may do particularly well in an increasing mortality environment:
Carriage Services, Inc. (CSV) – funeral homes and burial services
Hillenbrand, Inc. (HI) – caskets, cremation containers, and urns
Service Corporation International (SCI) – funeral homes, cemeteries, and crematories
Of course, you must do your own investment research. I am not an investment advisor, and this is certainly not investment advice. I just think these companies might be especially attractive in a growing all-cause mortality environment—where funerals, mortuary services, caskets, cemetery plots, urns, and cremations would likely experience greater than average demand. These companies are also currently paying dividends.
Keep in mind, only a handful of publicly traded companies and several privately-owned funeral home businesses dominate the death industry. Your investing options may be somewhat limited and risky. If you want more ideas on how you might profit from a growing all-cause mortality rate, check out Douglas MacIntyre’s article The Ten Companies that Control the Death Industry from April 3, 2020.
Good luck in your research!
Editor’s Note: I have a financial interest in CSV, HI, and SCI. This article is for information purposes only. I am not an investment advisor. As always, please conduct your own investment research and due diligence.