$2400 fourth stimulus check. Some shocking information I want to share with you right here on this topic. I have all the details and everything you need to know, so let’s get right into it. Alright? A $2400 fourth stimulus check sounds way too good to be true.
I completely agree with you, it does sound way too good to be true. However, there is some information out there right now indicating the next stimulus check may actually be $2,400. So I want to get into it and discuss all the details where we currently stand and where is this $2,400 actually coming from and if possible, when could we possibly see something like this? Well, let’s get into it and discuss all the details. As always, we have a lot to cover and there are a lot of moving parts, so let’s jump right into it.
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Again, like I said, I totally agree, sounds way too good. But stick with me on this because I’m going to talk through some details on this and you’re going to see some interesting information that is going to lay this all out for you very clearly and it’s going to be pretty obvious what’s going on right now. All right? So before we get any further, I want to throw this out there right here, right now. As of right now, a fourth stimulus check is not approved.
Okay? It is not in the works. It is not going to be delivered anytime soon. As of right now, a fourth stimulus check has not been approved. I want to throw that out there right away so we’re all on the same page and that I don’t get accused of saying it’s on the way.
It’s going to be delivered tomorrow. No, it’s not. Okay, so that we’re all on the same page here. So I want to throw that out there. However, I do want to point some things out to you because as I’ve been mentioning here over the last couple of weeks, I am very much getting way deeper into the camp of saying that additional checks of some kind would be coming simply because of the economic details that are going on right now.
The things that are going economically are kind of falling off a cliff right now, which, again, if you are in the camp of needing additional money and or stimulus checks, this is probably some pretty good news. Okay, so let me talk to the details on a potential $2,400 next check and talk you through the sequence of things that have gone on here and how it could actually point toward the next check. All right, so stick with me through this. We’re going to talk about a lot of different numbers here, but I think you’re going to see the very clear picture that I’m about to paint for you right now. Obviously, I’m not going to be physically painting a picture for you, but rather a mental picture.
I think you’ll be able to see it here play out pretty quickly. All right, so let’s talk about where we currently are right now. Well, recession is upon us. Is that a good thing or bad thing? Well, it depends how you look at it.
Recession just is. That’s all it really is. It just is. If it’s a good thing for you, then great. If it’s a bad thing for you, then let’s try to figure out how to make it a good thing.
Because recessions at the end of the day, are only a reset. It’s a reset. And in this case that we’re currently dealing with right now, a recession is probably a very welcome to reset because of all of the craziness that’s going on right now with inflation and literally everything else right now. And recessions ultimately do spur the additional distribution of money to the American people. Why do I know this?
Well, let’s look at history because this is very important to watch. Now, the thing is, does history pre itself every single time? No, but history does do very similar things. Doesn’t mean the history does the exact same thing every single time, but history certainly leaves some very good clues and gives us a glimpse into what is likely going to be happening once again. Is it going to follow the exact same path?
Probably not the exact same path, but it’s going to follow a very similar trajectory. So let’s talk about what happened here over the last call. It’s 21 years, Again, stick with me on this because you’re going to see something very obvious here. All right?
So back in 2001, during the depths of the recession, when the.com bubble happened to pop, remember that one? the.com bubble was in the basically imploded, right? So kind of interesting because that’s what the Internet was just kind of starting to take off. And here we are, look at this. The Internet was still a very new thing back then.
And now here we are all these years later and it’s like none of us could even function any single day without the Internet. So anyway, kind of interesting, but early 2021, after the.com bubble had popped and things were really bad, they came out and approved a stimulus package back in the day and they sent out ongoing $300 checks to the American people. Now it was a $300 check for individuals. Okay, I’m only going to talk about individuals, not married couples, just so that we’re on the same page here. And so we’re using consistent numbers.
Okay? So in 2001, they distributed a $300 stimulus check because of the recession that we were in at that time. Now let’s fast forward out to 2008 again. What happened then? Well, we had the subprime meltdown, we had the housing market collapsing onto itself with all kinds of things going on right then.
And once again, we were in another very deep recession. Well, what did they do? In 2008, they sent out another stimulus package that contained $600 stimulus checks. So from 2001 we got $300. In 2008 we got $600.
It doubled. Three hundred dollars to six hundred dollars is a double. All right, next, let’s fast forward out to 2020. What happened then? Well, Covid came in and everything was locked down.
We went into a very brief recession, but it did happen to be a recession at the time. In early 2020, it was officially in the books. Another recession hit. What did they do? They printed up tons and tons of money and they sent out stimulus checks.
How much were the stimulus checks? They were $200. Do you see a little bit of a trend here? Here’s what happened 2001, $300, 2008, $600, 2020, $1200.
They’ve been doubling every single time that we go into a recession. Guess where we are right now? Yeah, recession. Right. So here’s the thing, and again, a recession, again, it has all of these negative connotations, right?
So we could look at a recession being the world is collapsing. Yeah, kind of. But at the end of the day, is it a bad thing? Again, totally depends on how you look at it. It could be a bad thing for some people.
But what I would want to encourage you to do is look at how you can make the recession a good thing. Because here’s the thing, a great reset like a recession happens to be a pretty amazing opportunity if you’re looking in the right places. You can take advantage of some amazing things during a recession and you can probably do pretty well for yourself, even somebody living on a small income or fixed income. So my point is, recessions are not always the worst thing in the world. They are great resets and a lot of times they offer some great opportunities and for the world to come back to equilibrium and to kind of get things under control after a crazy period of time of expansion and then all of a sudden implosion, right?
So here’s the thing. When it comes down to another stimulus check, let’s look at this trajectory. As I just mentioned a second ago, 2001, $300, 2008, $600, 2020, $1200. It continues to double every single time. Why does this continue to double?
Well, because of the current situation that we are in, with all of these situations that continue to play out, it takes more and more money to restimulate the economy back into livelihood, right? So each time that we fall into a recession, the economy is technically smaller, was smaller. So back in 2001, the economy was much, much smaller than what it was in 2008. In 2008, the economy was much, much smaller than what it was in 2020. The economy in 2020 is still smaller than what it is today.
As this next recession hits right here, right. You kind of see where I’m going with this. Now, again, does it mean that every single time that a recession comes in and that stimulus checks are distributed, they’re going to be doubled every single time? Not necessarily, but it has been painting a very interesting picture and trend. Why have the checks doubled every single time?
Does anybody know the answer to that? Do we think it’s just a coincidence? I highly doubt it’s a coincidence. Almost nothing is a coincidence. There are a lot of different things that are planned and there are a lot of things that happen behind closed doors that we, the people Americans, are not supposed to know about.
Okay? And again, it’s not all that top-secret to be talking about stimulus checks doubling every single time. I mean, that’s not top-secret information. But the fact of the matter is there are a lot of things that go on that we are not supposed to be aware of. Right.
But the fact of the matter is we continue to see this trend coming out. Every single recession, the last three recessions that we’ve gone through over the last 21 years, have all encountered and have all distributed stimulus checks. Okay? Well, we’re right here, right now. According to the most recent reports, we basically just pegged another recession.
Now as of this recording right here, right now. It has not officially been announced yet, but it should be announced here. Within the next couple of weeks, we’ll be getting that information out and they’ll be confirming that, yes, for sure, we are in a recession.
Now does that mean as soon as they come out with that designation that all of a sudden they’re going to print up a bunch of money and send it out in the form of checks? No, it doesn’t work that way. Not quite yet. What we need to do is once the recession has officially been declared, then we wait for the big collapse, right? We wait for the big whoosh.
And then when that whole thing comes in and we see this big collapse in everything, everybody is kind of panicking, wondering what’s going on here. Again, we got to keep our cool on this because there’s nothing we can do about this other than ride this wave out and look around for the opportunity in this big reset. So again, I’m going to be here for you, helping you out through this entire time, making sure that you’re staying aware of what’s actually going on here and where the opportunities are guaranteed. There will be some massive opportunities here. So the fact of the matter is when these recessions come in, they don’t automatically come out and say, okay, simulations, checks, recession is here, let’s give out signals.
Checks. No, they wait for basically the time where everything is melting down and it looks like things are going to get really, really bad, really fast. That is when the Federal Reserve comes in. That is when Congress comes in and passes these massive, massive packages. Now, when we look back into the early two thousand and one s, the two thousand and eight, the two thousand and twenty s.
The packages continually get bigger and bigger and bigger. So in 2008, for example, it was about $800 billion that they passed. In 2009, they actually passed another one that was just under $800 billion. In 2020, they passed $2.2 trillion. Do you think the next one is going to be $500 billion?
Probably not. It’s probably going to be like three and a half trillion dollars. $4 trillion. It’s probably going to be something unbelievable. But a lot of this is going to be predicated on how far into this recession are we?
How deep have we gone? Is it just a little brush into recession or are we falling off a cliff and we need a quick pull the parachutes? That’s what it’s going to come down to determine. Where are we sitting with this recession? How deep is it really getting?
How bad is it getting? What kind of contagion is this also spreading onto other countries, globally, all kinds of other things that are going on. So it’s going to be a variety of different factors that determine will there be stimulus checks that are distributed? If so, how much of a dose of money do they really need into the economy? Because, remember, at the end of the day, do they send out stimulus checks because they care about us?
I’m going to be real with you right now. They don’t send us checks because they care about us. They send us checks because they want to stimulate the economy. They know that by stimulating the economy, they can send money to the people and they know that we, the people, will spend it. That’s why they do it.
They care about the economy. Unfortunately, they don’t care about us. I’m just being real with you right now. They don’t care about us. They care about the economy.
And that’s why they sent us checks. It makes us feel good about ourselves. It makes us feel like, oh, they care about us. No, they care about the economy. They want the economy to be fine, and they give us money because they know that we’re going to go out and spend it anyway.
But the fact of the matter is, I don’t really care if they care about me or not because I don’t really care about them either, right when it comes to them. Because seriously, the mess that they continue to get us into, I mean, seriously, someone’s got to take some accountability on all this stuff. But the fact of the matter is if they’re going to send us out money, who cares? I’ll take the money. I’ll gladly take a check.
Please send me a couple of checks. Right? I think you can probably speak for the same thing. Of course, I can’t speak for you because I don’t know where you stand on all this. But the fact of the matter is if they’re going to send us some money, by all means, send us some checks.
That’s all we really care about. Get us some checks. We’ll be glad to go out and spend those things on the necessities and everything that we need right now. So anyway, this is going to give a little bit more clarity on where more stimulus checks will be coming from and how this recession could come in and give more checks to be distributed, and how another check could actually be doubled from all these that we’ve seen over the last 21 years. Doubling every single time.
300, 600, 200. Next could potentially be $2,400. Makes sense. Anyway, I hope this topic helps you out to give you a better glimpse into what’s going on. You’ve got to look at all the different aspects of everything going on right now because it is such a weird dynamic time that we’re living through.
That’s how things are going right now. It’s very different with the things that are happening. Anyway, I’m here for you in any way that I possibly can be. Please leave your comments, questions, and feedback down below. And I’ll continue to be here for you, right by your side every single day to help you out in any way that I can and of course to help you get as much money, benefit programs, or anything else we possibly can right now. enjoy and I’ll catch you again later on the next topic.