Tag Archives: coronavirus

  • Blog

    Covid-19 Is So Hard To Defeat Because It’s So Alien To Us

    It's so novel that we don't have a good natural analog to compare it to
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, July 24, 2020, 8:07 AM


    Covid-19 is one of the most “alien” viruses our modern health care system has encountered.

    Not because it came from extraterrestrials, but because of all of the various different ways it’s able to wreak havoc on the human body. It’s so novel that we don’t have a good natural analog to compare it to.

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    Your T-Cells Determine Your Covid-19 Risk

    This may explain why the virus lays low some patients but not others
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, July 17, 2020, 8:33 AM


    Ever since the outbreak of covid-19 we’ve wondered why the virus hits some people like a ton of bricks while barely inconveniencing others.

    Now we think we have a clue.

    New data suggests that the specific types of T-cells you have in your immune system determine how severely your body will react to the coronavirus upon infection.

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  • Blog

    Man, Covid-19 Just Keeps Getting Worse…

    The time it takes to hit the next million infected is shorter than ever
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 4:28 PM


    Globally, cases are mounting fast, with the time it takes to hit the next million infected shorter than ever.

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  • Blog

    Yes, You Can Get Covid-19 Twice

    We may be living with this virus...forever
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, July 10, 2020, 7:39 AM


    As we covered in a recent video, herd immunity is getting to look like a more elusive goal than originally hoped.

    In fact, we are now seeing convincing evidence of people contracting covid-19 more than once. If indeed the case, that suggests we may never be able to reach herd immunity.

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  • Blog

    Covid-19: Vindication! HCQ+ & Ivermectin Work!

    How many people have unnecessarily died/suffered as these were resisted?
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, July 8, 2020, 2:26 PM


    High fives all around for fans of quality science! Our months’ long position that hydroxcholorquine+azithromycin+zinc and ivermectin showed strong promise as cheap, effective treatments vs covid-19 now appears to be proven correct.

    Of course, up until this point, the media has parroted “junk science” talking points designed to malign and vilify these treatment candidates, very likely on behalf of Big Pharma who can’t reap $billions off of them. And in the meantime, millions of sick patients worldwide have likely been denied these drugs as a result.

    How many people have died/suffered as a result?

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  • Insider

    The Covid-19 Wave 2 Preparation Guide

    Key insights learned in Wave 1 to apply in anticipation of Wave 2
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, July 3, 2020, 7:54 PM


    Executive Summary

    • The lessons from 1918/1919 as well as H1 2020
    • Why preparing a few weeks/months too early is vastly preferable to a day too late
    • Our top key takeaways from Wave 1 that apply to preparing for Wave 2
    • Additional resources to improve the success of your preparation efforts

    If you have not yet read Part 1: What If A Covid-19 Wave 2 Happens During A Natural Disaster?, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    A growing chorus of readers have been asking Chris and me for a covid-19 Wave 2 prep guide that builds upon the recommendations made in our urgent publications from February and March. Now that we’ve been through Wave 1, what new preparations would we emphasize?

    Given the high degree of reader interest as well as our strong belief that the time to prepare for adversity is well before it arrives, we’ve compiled the below critical insights. Sitting in our Monday Morning quarterback seats, this report reveals what Chris and I assess are some of the most important Wave 1 lessons to bring with us in anticipation of Wave 2.

    Why is this restricted to Peak Prosperity’s premium subscribers? Two main reasons:

    One — we reserve our best analysis and most directive guidance for the paying members whose financial support makes operating this site possible. Also, given that some of this material is our “best guess” thinking, especially in regards to the current research on medical options for effectively treating covid-19, we’re only willing to share that with this private audience. We wouldn’t feel comfortable having that level of speculation out in the public realm.

    And Two — one of the many benefits of premium membership is closer access to the experts on this site.

    If you’re not yet a premium member but would like to become one and watch this presentation,  as well as *all* of our premium content, click the button below to subscribe:


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  • Blog

    What If A Covid-19 Wave 2 Happens During A Natural Disaster?

    And what lessons learned from Wave 1 should you apply to Wave 2?
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, July 3, 2020, 7:53 PM


    What would happen if a covid-19 Wave 2 requiring a serious lockdown gets disrupted by a major natural disaster? Where hundreds of thousands to millions of people suddenly have to evacuate to parts unknown when a health quarantine is supposed to be in place?

    The short answer is: Nothing good.

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  • Blog

    Covid-19: Is Herd Immunity Possible At This Point?

    Former covid patients appear to be losing their antibodies quickly
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, July 3, 2020, 8:00 AM


    With total covid-19 cases worldwide having punched above 10 million and the US now experiencing 50,000(!) new infections per day, the end to the pandemic looks nowhere in sight.

    For those hoping a vaccine will ride to our rescue, we’re stuck in a cycle of good news/bad news as nearly every promising initial result is soon followed by a list of setbacks. Complicating the matter is that former covid patients appear to be losing their antibodies quickly — suggesting that lasting immunity may not be a realistic expectation.

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