This week, the Internet was abuzz with a BBC interview that took place with a man named Alessio Rastani, a market trader who was brutally candid on the state of the current market, and what you should do next. It's the kind of stuff you'd read on sites like Zero Hedge and on the doomer forums that I visit. There has lately been some news stories on how qualified Mr. Rastani is (like this piece in the Telegraph), but I don't think that many people can argue with the underlying premise of what he's saying. There is an epic shitstorm coming, and it is possible to make money from that. And people exist, in Wall Street and in other inner corridors of power, who do not give a shit about people, governments, nations, the world. All they care about is making profit. And Mr. Rastani gives a very skillful lecture on this, in a mere three minutes. And kudos to the BBC for having this; you'd never see this on CNBC.