The Essential Guide for What Happens Next to Australia’s ‘Unstoppable’ Economy

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Aussie Recession Survival Guide

Dear Reader,

You might have seen it in the news.

Australia has made it 27 years recession free!

Our financial success is breaking records.

That’s impressive. Especially if you’re comparing Australia’s economic performance with other developed countries.

But after 27 years, we have to ask the question of whether this growth can continue? And if so, by how much?

Vern Gowdie explains all in his ‘27 Years of Growth: The Aussie Economy’s Miracle Ride’.

Download Vern’s report today to find out exactly how the Australian economy has managed to sustain this record run…and what could happen next.

From the early 2000s up until 2011, Australia’s terms of trade increased by the most in our history.

It was a very prosperous time for Australia.

But our terms of trade fell from 2011–16. This reflects the decline in
commodity prices since the peak in 2011, especially iron ore prices. Iron ore is Australia’s largest export.

The influence iron ore has on our economy is reflected in the recent improvement of Australia’s terms of trade. Since 2016, the iron ore price has increased from US$35 to over US$70.

With China such an important influence on commodity prices, and therefore on the Australian economy, what happens over there could have a big impact (positively or negatively) on what happens here.

And that’s exactly what economic expert Vern Gowdie hopes to help you understand today.

Download his free report today and discover:

  • ‘Official’ GDP or ‘Unofficial’ GDP — which one tells the true picture: According to the ‘official’ GDP number, Australia’s economy has grown for 27 years without contracting. But according to an ‘unofficial’ GDP number, that record-breaking run may not be all it seems. In this free report, you’ll see the difference…
  • How low interest rates have helped with the ‘wealth effect’: House prices are up and so is consumer spending. How long can this last? Perhaps for longer than many may think…
  • The economic formula that could change everything: It’s all letters and numbers and looks a lot like the homework you might’ve had in the higher levels of university maths…but what it means could be concealing the real story behind Australia’s ‘miracle’ economy.

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