Doomsday Scenario Coming for People Over 50
A financial storm is coming.
We’ve all known about it for some time, to the point that many of us want to believe it will just go away or will forever be delayed as long as the world accepts U.S. dollars.
To some extent, that’s true. The world will do everything it can to delay the inevitable systemic crisis we see for the entire global financial system.
Here in the U.S., we are starting to see signs of a top: auto loans, student debt, and consumer and government obligations are far past the point of sustainability.
Much of this debt-fueled growth has paid for a lot of prosperity around the world for decades.
For most retirees and people over 50, they are headed towards a doomsday scenario. Any trust in the current financial system will lead to absolute poverty over the next 10 years.
I know, it seems like this can go on forever, but the truth is it’s not, and we may be in the final gasp of the current centralized system we live in today.
It’s why I’ve gone to great lengths to offer up income ideas completely outside of Wall Street, and even investment ideas outside of the banking sector, like Bitcoin and using whole life cash value polices as savings vehicles.
We’ve also taken small positions in start-up companies, founded and headed up by proven winners.
It’s here where I believe investors can leap frog their net worth to the point that they can deliver themselves out of this financial hell that is coming as the bond market and credit markets implode.
Speculating isn’t easy, and it takes a tough stomach since the volatility is extreme.
One of my early mentors for speculating in the public markets was Marin Katusa, of Katusa Research. He’s the one who truly taught me that 90% of speculating in start-ups is the people running them.
Businesses can be speculative, but people don’t have to be, so if you’re going to back an early-stage company with your money, why not be disciplined in only partnering with the best.
Marin himself, though, is probably the greatest speculator I’ve ever met, which is saying a lot since I also know the king of speculating, Doug Casey, founder of Casey Research. He also happens to be Marin’s mentor, and Doug once told me in front of about a dozen other people that Marin was the most disciplined stock picker he’s ever met.
I want to help you, my subscribers, generate maximum wealth, so I’ve asked Marin to take an hour this Tuesday to go over his best ideas and answer your questions directly.
I’ll be covering as much ground as possible, and I want to invite you to submit your questions directly to Marin via my email atDaniel@FutureMoneyTrends.com, where I can review questions from the Future Money Trends Letter members.
Marin runs the top resource fund in Vancouver and is a New York Times bestselling author for a book about Putin, of all things, in today’s “Russia, Russia, Russia” world.
This is your chance to connect with someone who’s made a lot of rich people a lot richer (believe me, many billionaires love him), and he’s also helped many average people add a few commas to their net worths.
Most important is how Marin has helped people NOT lose money, which is Warren Buffet’s #1 and #2 rule.
More on that when I interview him this Tuesday.
I hope this letter helps you achieve every financial goal you have.
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