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Dear Reader,

I had a mentor in the wealth building from the beginning, a real guide who had successfully built a real estate empire.

He’s been an extremely private individual in the wealth space, and he’s honestly the smartest person I know.

Since the founding of Future Money Trends in 2010, I’ve asked him nicely to commit to writing a letter a week for us. To my disappointment, he’s always said no thanks.

That is all until now. Like Ray Dalio, he’s committed to spending the last part of his life teaching, giving, and sharing what he’s learned with others.

More importantly, he told me this… “Maybe 3 years, Dan, 5 if we are lucky, and then we are going to see the largest asset collapse in the history of humanity. The only solution is helping as many individuals as possible prepare for an extreme economic winter and set them up to prosper, as this will be the largest wealth transfer since World War II.”

For years, other major publishers have tried to recruit him as a “guru,” and he’s declined them all.

Luckily for us, he knows me personally and is a dear friend.

Please read the first letter he’s agreed to let us share with you.

Best Regards,

Daniel Ameduri

93% Of Investors Generate Annual Returns, Which Barely Beat Inflation.

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If You’re Not Preparing for This, You’ll
Most Certainly be Poor by the End of It!

Dear Future Money Trends Reader,

Prior to World War I, it took 4.2 German marks to purchase one U.S. dollar.

Post-war, it took 3.9 trillion marks to buy a single U.S. dollar.

In the 1990s, Zimbabwe’s dollar was 1-to-1 with the U.S. By 2009, it was 100-trillion-to-1, and by 2015, it was completely worthless.

Venezuela was 4-to-1 on the exchange of bolivars to dollars not too long ago. Today, it’s essentially a dead currency.

All of this happens slowly and then changes in an instant.

Do you remember way back in 2000 when our national debt was $5 trillion, then doubled to $10 trillion in 2008, only to double again by 2017 to $20 trillion?

As of this morning, it’s $22,161,542,633,682…

Since 2001, the national debt has gone parabolic, and there is zero chance it will reverse course.

In the short-term, the economy benefits from deficit spending. Borrowed prosperity drives economic growth, putting voters in a good mood, and it helpsconsumers purchase what they can’t afford.

What does this all mean for us as investors, parents, residents of North America, anyone with ties to the U.S. economy (basically everyone reading this)? 

1. It is a certainty that the Social Security Trust Fund won’t have enough money to cover the retirement of the baby boomers.

2. The debt will only grow until it can’t anymore, and then what?

3. Much of what we perceive as normal is actually an illusion of prosperity.

Not everyone went broke when Germany suffered through hyperinflation.The same is true for Zimbabwe, and even Venezuela.

In fact, some of the largest fortunes were amassed during both the German hyperinflation and the U.S. Great Depression.

The people who see the writing on the wall and are asking themselves the right questions are going to make a bloody fortune over the next 3 to 5 years.

I’ll address the 3 certainties above in my next letter.

Sincerely,

James Davis
Wealth Strategist, Future Money Trends

Best Regards,

Daniel Ameduri
President, FutureMoneyTrends.com

93% Of Investors Generate Annual Returns, Which Barely Beat Inflation.

Wealth Education and Investment Principles Are Hidden From Public Database On Purpose!

Build The Knowledge Base To Set Yourself Up For A Wealthy Retirement and Leverage The Relationships We Are Forming With Proven Small-Cap Management Teams To Hit Grand-Slams!

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