Global Financial Crisis 2018

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Global Financial Crisis

Dear Reader,

Markets have a way of correcting excesses, especially around credit.

What we are seeing right now are the beginnings of a great credit contraction.

Or, put another way, a debt collapse.

The US (and the world) have already experienced two credit bubbles.

Once in the early 1880s (the Long Depression) and then again throughout 1925–32, ending in the Great Depression.

If the theory of equal and opposite reaction is right, then bursting of this current credit bubble is going to be much more brutal.

We could be facing a very long and severe bust indeed.

Vern Gowdie’s passion is for the bigger picture. Looking for the trends that can build or destroy capital.

There are so many moving parts in the world. The complex web of interconnected markets and blinding speed of algorithmic transactions is almost beyond comprehension.

Therefore, Vern sticks to a position where this complex world makes sense to him.

Sometimes people think his recommendations are bordering on insanity.

But we think they could help you…

In this special report, you’ll find out three possible scenarios which await us in the coming years.

In a brand new Markets & Money report titled: ‘Global Financial Crisis 2018’, financial expert Vern Gowdie explores why a credit collapse could occur in 2018.

If you want to protect your family wealth, you need to know what may happen in 2018. In this report, you’ll find Vern Gowdie’s full analysis on why he’s predicting a dark future.

Inside, you’ll discover:

  • Three likely scenarios revealed: An appetite for consumption is the reason for massive credit growth over the last 50 years. But does every action result in an equal and opposite reaction? When will the system rebalance?
  • How will this credit crunch play out? Currently, the global debt to GDP ratio stands at over 700%, which is unprecedented. Is there enough money in the world to cover a debt that large? What would need to happen to fix the system?
  • Why you should believe him: Vern Gowdie was once voted one of the top 50 financial planners in Australia by Personal Investor magazine. But that isn’t how he earned the respect of his readers. Vern isn’t afraid to go against the grain and tell it like it is.

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