THE FOLLOWING REPORT IS CONTROVERSIAL AND MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME READERS.
THE GREAT AMERICAN RESET IS HERE!
Why millions of 401(k) holders are about to see their retirement dreams crushed while others find themselves flush with riches in this new American Era…
1. Gold Ownership is a must in this Climate
Consider gold our financial insurance. And it’s times like these when we want and need to beef up our insurance.
In addition to owning physical gold, we also want to own gold portfolios outside of the United States. This is in gold shares, like First Mining Finance, where we will own nearly 15 million ounces of gold deposits in the safe region of Canada.
Profits won’t come from physical gold. Gold’s role is to preserve your purchasing power in a crisis – not to increase it. This is the big mistake many investors fall into – gold’s purpose is money; it’s not an investment vehicle.
Is gold going to $2,000 per ounce or higher?
This is probably yes, but today, at $1,200, that’s not exactly life-changing for anyone who owns physical gold. However, the shares, like First Mining Finance, historically rise anywhere from 3x to 15x the rate of gold.
- So, for example, $10,000 invested in gold in 2016 would have been $11,280 by the end of the year.
- $10,000 invested into a gold portfolio, like First Mining Finance, would have turned into $27,345.
Other precious metal portfolios we recommend:
Silver One Resources
(Canadian: SVE & US: SLVRF)
Has 150 million ounces of silver resources in Mexico and Nevada.
(Canadian: GOLD & US: GLDLF)
Has over 20 million ounces of gold resources all throughout the Americas.
(Canadian: KNT & US: KNTNF)
Has 4.3 million ounces of high-grade gold, a producing mine, and is located in Papua New Guinea, just north of Australia.
**For physical gold buyers, we recommend Miles Franklin and DBS Coins.
2. The Safest Dividends on the Planet!!
Private mutual insurance companies have been consistently paying out dividends for 200 years! These dividends are so safe that the capital is considered Tier 1, the highest ranking for large institutions. I used to think dividend-paying whole life insurance was for when someone died, but after researching this in detail, I realized this was a strategy of the rich.
It’s a savings strategy used by our top corporations in the United States. In fact, in the top 5 holders of whole life policies are the banks themselves. With tax-deferred growth and yields of about 5%, the top holders of these specialized whole life accounts are Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and JP Morgan Chase. Think of the whole life insurance as a vehicle to get to the savings and dividends.
In his book Money, Tony Robbins described it as an insurance wrapper. The safe dividends, for tax purposes, are wrapped in a life insurance product, but what you’re really after is the cash-value growth and safety. Not only can you access your money at any time, it’s protected by law!
It’s even lawsuit-proof against the IRS.
It’s very important that when setting up one of these policies, you use the same agents the rich are using, which is why we only recommend Paradigm Life. They will fully educate you, even prior to taking your application. I personally use Jennie Steed, but any of the agents there can help you.
3. The Rothschilds’ Yield Strategy
Okay, so we used a cool name for this, but what it comes down to is being the bank! Everyone knows that the banks are uber-wealthy and are making a fortune, but rarely does anyone even attempt to make money like them.
Today, it’s easy to be the bank.
With companies like Lending Club and Peer Street, you can now be the bank. Lending Club offers personal loans to the public after fully vetting their credit score and employment verification, and you can participate in these loans with as little as $25. You don’t have to review the application, collect money, or be the harassing creditor calling up a borrower for a late payment. Lending Club handles it all.
The best part is that even if someone is borrowing $25,000, you don’t have to front all of the money. You can chip in with as little as twenty-five bucks! Other investors chip in and pool the money together in order to make the loan.
Interest rates range from 5% to as high as 29%. You can choose to have a balanced blend of borrowers to give you about a 7 to 9% historical yield. With Peer Street, you can actually become a first trust deed lender. Again, by pooling your money with others, Peer Street funds or buys first lien mortgages.
They have strict criteria that give you, the lender, plenty of equity in case of default and a healthy return on investment of about 7%, backed by a single family home. Banks have been doing this for thousands of years, so why not you?
Wall Street has convinced investors that the only dividends and high-yielding investments come from the public markets, but that’s a falsehood. You can find great yields, completely outside of Wall Street, by investing your money in the same way as the banks!
4. Profit from the Rebirth of America
Economic implosion or not, the urbanization of the world is happening now!
Urbanization is huge. Mega-cities are those with over 10 million inhabitants… In 1950, the world had 2. By 1996, we had 14. And today, there are 29 of these monster cities. Many more are on the way. Small and medium cities now account for 59% of the world’s population and are growing at the fastest rates.
Infrastructure growth, automation technology, electric vehicles, and sustainable energy are all at the center of this great global boom! A massive migration from rural areas to cities demands jobs, housing, and innovation. The transition is messy at times, with out of control smog in some areas, but solutions are here and are happening now.
American companies like Tesla, Apple, Chicago Bridge & Iron, IBM, and hundreds of others (thousands when including small- and medium-sized businesses) are creating solutions and paving the way for the future of our planet. But there is a major problem… and it’s one that WILL be resolved, but not before we see a dramatic resurgence of the natural resource stocks.
As long as the world wants to continue turning the lights on, flushing toilets, driving vehicles, and living in air conditioned buildings, the world will need to see a serious rebound for these companies. With historic low valuations and an unprecedented bear market, China and many others have been buying up these assets all over the world.
Russia has focused on energy investments… China has focused on the metals… But now, here in 2017, it’s come to a head. Shortages in critical metals are mounting, and for most companies in North America, it will take 5 to 10 years to bring on new supply.
Apple has now become a major buyer of physical gold that is used in its products. Samsung has made direct agreements with two silver producers to purchase silver directly from the mines.
Dozens of zinc mines have recently closed, including two major mines… Zinc is used in everything from sunscreen to coating other metals, like steel, so they don’t rust, 3D printing machines, electric vehicles, and more. It’s the fourth most used metal in the world, and we are literally facing a shortage of this mineral.
Here is how we want to profit from the critical metal shortages that will help to fuel the urbanization of our planet and the rebirth of the United States. We want to own companies with massive deposits, exploration upside, and who are run by the dealmakers of North America.
Zinc One Resources
(Canadian: Z & US: RRCPF)
Has one of the best zinc assets in the world.
Scientific Metals Corp.
(TSXV: STM & US: SCTFF)
A high-grade, North American cobalt play in Idaho.
Uranium Energy Corp.
Is a production-ready company based out of Texas. It brings homegrown uranium, an absolute must for the U.S. as it rebuilds its economy.
Now is not the time to take big risks. Take positions now before the summer crisis erupts. Focus on cash flow outside of Wall Street and investments that are based either outside of the U.S. or in states that are friendly to business. A real crisis is coming, but so is a tremendous resurgence.
Take Steps to Protect Yourself and Profit Now!
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