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Dear Reader,

Will interest rates get cut?

Or will they rise again?

After such an extended period of low rates, the debate about WHEN or even IF interest rates will move back to normal levels — rages on.

After all, it’s important to remember that what is ‘normal’ remains highly subjective…

Back in 1990, interest rates ran up as high as 17.5%.

By current standards — where interest rates are sitting at a historical low of just 1.5% — today’s rates are probably considered below normal.

And that’s where one central problem lies.

As Matt explains in his latest rate report…working out what is actually normal has…

‘Become subjective after a decade of such a massive distortion in money supply.’

Even with this ‘distortion in money supply’, Matt argues that interest rates will continue to flatline in 2019 and beyond.

While this could generate a number of positive outcomes for everyday Aussies, it also has some downsides…

To discover the pros and cons, as well as what this interest rate prediction means for Aussie investors like yourself, I want to get a copy of Matt’s latest rate report in your hands ASAP…

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  • Where Matt believes interest rates are heading in the new year: In short, rates will remain flat in 2019 and beyond. And while Matt thinks there’s a chance that rates could move lower, he wants to assure Aussie investors that even if they do, it would only make a ‘negligible difference’.
  • The consequences that rising rates could have on our property market: As Matt explains, the RBA knows ‘that if it starts ratcheting rates higher, it will put a swathe of mortgage holders under duress.’ Adding that this ‘is something that would directly harm [Australia’s] economy.’ This is just one of the key reasons that Matt thinks we can expect rates to remain low in 2019.
  • The One Thing You Must Know about Interest Rates in 2019: While there are a number of positives to low rates, you MUST be aware of the downsides too. While Matt believes interest rates will remain flat for the foreseeable future, he also wants Aussie investors to be aware that ‘once the RBA moves rates in either direction, it does not usually stop after the first move.’ The key take way: Be alert and stay prepared.

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