Should you be invested in real estate?  Or how about stocks, or bonds, or commodities?  Or should you seek the safety of cash? 

             The strategy I use (and suggest that you use too) answers all those investment questions – and tells you exactly what you should do to protect your wealth.   

             Are you ready to get prepared?  My guess is “yes,” – otherwise you wouldn’t be taking the time to read this page.   

       Click HERE to enroll in my October 8, 2016 seminar at the La Jolla Marriot.

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                                                 A Day of Reckoning is Coming

           Anyone who looks at this $211 trillion entitlement shortfall with an eye toward preparedness can see the writing on the wall – namely that debts and entitlement promises that can’t be paid – won’t be paid. 

           It seems everyone has an opinion on how this entitlement crisis is going to play out.  Some say we’ll experience inflation, some say deflation, and others say stagflation or even hyper-inflation.

           The truth is, nobody knows – and that’s why you need to employ an investment strategy that does well regardless to what happens to the U.S. economy. 

           Plus you know that the government is not going to save you -- and that's why now, more than ever, it's time to face reality and come up with a plan to save yourself.


                                                           What’s Your Plan?

           So what are you going to do?

           I suppose you can just hope for the best and sit tight with investments that may or may not pan out.

           But is that a risky strategy? 

           You bet it is. 

           There’s a better option. 

           If you use the strategy I’m going to

share with you, you’ll be ready to profit (and

avoid big losses) regardless how this crisis

unfolds. 

          And you’ll sleep much better at night. 

          When there’s a crisis, most people only see danger.  But it’s actually an opportunity.  A crisis often allows you to buy a dollar’s worth of assets for a dime … or less.

          Many of the world’s greatest investors have made their fortunes using this strategy.  And you don’t need to be rich or well-connected.  Anyone can do it.

          So if you are determined to be a survivor (and not a victim) of the coming economic storm – and to learn how to be in the right investments at the right time – it’s time to stop procrastinating and attend my seminar on October 8, 2016 at the La Jolla Marriott in La Jolla, CA.

       Click HERE to enroll in my October 8, 2016 seminar at the La Jolla Marriot.

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             In 1940, entitlement payments for retired Americans – which include everything from Social Security, Medicare and government pensions – amounted to just over 20% of the annual government spending in the U.S.

             Today, entitlement spending has swelled to nearly 70% of the annual federal budget. 

             Nor does it stop there. 

             The changing demographics of the U.S. population are now working against us.  In 1980, the number of working age Americans outnumbered those aged 65 and older by a ratio of 5 to 1.  Today that ratio is 3 to 1, and by 2029, there will be 11,000 new seniors receiving entitlement benefits every day – and only 2,000 new tax-paying adults will be added to the workforce each day to fund those entitlements benefits.

            I don’t think we’re in trouble – I know we’re in trouble.


                                                        The Required Fix

            So how do we get ourselves out of this $211 trillion entitlement hole that we’ve dug ourselves into?

            We’re going to find out – but according to Lawrence Kotlikoff, a professor of Economics at Boston University, we have two options:

            Option #1:  An immediate and permanent 58% increase in federal taxes.

            Option #2:  An immediate and permanent 38% cut in benefits.

            Or we can go with some combination of both.

            None of these options is a recipe for a stable or thriving economy.  In fact it’s just the opposite.  The economic destruction to follow will be one for the history books.

            Also know that it is not possible for the U.S. government to borrow its way out of this funding problem.  The magnitude of the entitlement shortfall is simply too great.

           So yes Houston, we have a problem – and a person would have to be incredibly naïve to believe otherwise.

                                         A Financial Reckoning Day is Coming

           The American public has been bamboozled by short-term political thinking – i.e. “can kicking” – for over 35 years and the situation is more dire than politicians will admit in public.  That’s because massive debts and government promises that can’t be paid – won’t be paid.

           There is no getting away from this coming entitlement storm – it’s far too late for that.  And when the economic fallout starts and gathers momentum, look out below. 

           Business after business will go bankrupt, the jobless rate will ratchet to levels not seen since the 1930’s, tens of millions of Americans will lose their homes to foreclosure, and many of the investments U.S. citizens now hold will drop in value like a stone.

           Am I being too pessimistic or negative?  It’s possible, but as per the chart below, I doubt it.

             Folks, the flashing neon words on the wall are saying this:  America is headed for an economic disaster – and this catastrophe will be the inevitable outcome of $211 trillion of retirement promises that can’t even be remotely paid for with future tax dollars that will be coming in.

            It’s a case of simple math – and that’s why something has to give.

            Either tax rates will have to go way up or the payments to seniors will have to be massively cut.  

           So pick your poison.

           Unless you are in the right investments, the impending crisis is going to destroy a lot of your wealth.   A small percentage of investors will make spectacular gains – but the vast majority will not, and most likely suffer big losses.

           To protect the long-term financial well-being of you and your family, it is therefore crucial that you have a strategy in place that will put you into investments that will retain their value when the consequences of all this short-term thinking arrive.

           Because eventually they will.

            Robert Campbell, publisher of The Campbell Real Estate Timing Letter, explains how he is protecting himself from an approaching financial calamity … and how you can too.

         
“The U.S. Government may be out of options,”

                                                says Campbell, “but you’re not.”

           The biggest debts that are owed by the government are not the $19 trillion of official U.S. debt that is owed to bondholders.

            Instead it’s the $211 trillion of future payments that have been promised to American’s senior citizens for their retirement – and there is no way the future U.S. workforce is going to be able to fund the entitlements promised to these seniors.

            The chart below makes the size of the entitlement problem abundantly clear:

   June 21, 2016

   Dear Robert,

           Thank you so much for presenting a very informative & down to earth presentation based     

   on facts that no one else is sharing. I really enjoyed it and am motivated & determined to make  

   some changes in my future financial planning.

           What an education!  I appreciate your candor, research & humor while presenting.
 

                                                                                K. Singh
                                                                                San Jose, CA



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