U.S. Bond Market on the Brink of Annihilation

Dear Reader,

The writing has been on the wall for some time, and now the deep state has the perfect fall guy to dump their monetary Ponzi scheme on.

Unfortunately, things could get ugly fast for us all. As a father of 3 small children, I sure hope and pray the world can avoid a 3rd world war.

The thought of the U.S. and Russia having any sort of conflict would wreak havoc and trigger all sorts of end-game scenarios.

With the U.S. deficit exploding $600 billion in just the last 6 months and rumors of China’s halt of purchasing Treasuries, we recommend all subscribers get the hell out of the bond market.

Any exposure to the bond market could be a painful experience over the next 12 to 18 months.

Jeffrey Gundlach, known as the “bond kind” on Wall Street, is not only preparing for a crash in bonds, but told CNBC this week that he’s looking for animminent breakout for gold.

“One can expect gold to go up by $1,000 per ounce,” a thousand-dollar move to the upside,  according to his analysis. Pointing to the four- to five-year base gold has, that’s poised to break out in 2018.

Tomorrow, I’ll be revealing my #1 gold stock suggestion.

In our opinion, the battered gold shares have created a once-in-a-generation opportunity.

When you buy a solid company in a beaten down sector, you take an enormous amount of risk out of your purchase.

Investors have very low expectations for gold shares, which is why we’ve been saying to expect the unexpected for gold.

Gold is set to rally big, and we’re going to leverage our gains to the maximum with one very specific gold company.

Look for our email tomorrow.

Best Regards,

Daniel Ameduri

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