Something strange is happening in the financial system…
And according to The Wall Street Journal, it’s causing some investors – including the world’s biggest banks – to move massive amounts of cash out of the banking system.
What [eid-link]exactly is going on and what does it mean for your money?[/eid-link]
I recently met up with widely-followed hard asset expert Bill Shaw at his firm’s east-coast headquarters.
Over the past two decades, Mr. Shaw’s firm has grown from tiny startup into a publishing powerhouse – serving more than a million readers in more than 150 countries.
Since 1999, the firm owes its legendary status as a trusted source of financial research to its eerily accurate track record of often-controversial financial predictions, including:
- The Dotcom Crash…
- The bankruptcy of General Motors…
- The real estate bubble…
- The fall of General Electric…
- And the bankruptcy of Freddie and Fannie.
Recently, Bill [eid-link]revealed a brand-new prediction that has caught many by surprise.[/eid-link]
He explained, “I’m not the kind of guy who gives in to hype and big predictions… that’s why I’ve waited nearly a decade – to make sure the timing is right for [eid-link]the biggest prediction of my career.”[/eid-link]
He went on to explain that over the next few years, [eid-link]he sees a massive bull market developing[/eid-link] in a sector of the economy that, over the years, has been completely ignored by nearly every investor in America.
The hard-asset expert said:
“Events happening around the world are about to come together at just the right time to create a perfect storm, causing some of the world’s biggest investors to dump cash and stocks – and pile into [eid-link]this long-hated asset.[/eid-link]
In fact, it’s already begun.”
After dedicating hours to painstaking examination, ensuring he considered every possible angle, Mr. Shaw has put together [eid-link]a presentation to explain exactly what he sees coming[/eid-link]… and the best way for Americans to prepare.
Go [eid-link]here to see all the details.[/eid-link]