4 Billionaires are Extremely Worried that America’s Next Big Financial Crisis is Coming Soon

Posted: July 24, 2015 in Uncategorized
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4 Billionaires are Extremely Worried that America’s Next Big Financial Crisis is Coming Soon


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If you are worried about the possibility of another large scale U.S. financial crisis, you are not alone.

In recent months, four super-successful billionaires have gone on record with warnings that we are now living in perilous financial times.

Andy Redleaf, for example, is a successful hedge fund manager, who accurately predicted the last major financial panic in America.

Just before the last big financial crisis in America, Redleaf prophetically wrote to his clients in December 2006 that: “Sometime in the next 12 to 18 months, there is going to be a panic in credit markets.”

Redleaf is now worried again. He recently told CNBC: “I think it is a truly scary time.”

RECOMMENDED: Financial Expert explains what’s gone wrong in America and how to prepare for next crisisA few months earlier, billionaire Sam Zell told CNBC something similar:

“People have no place else to put their money, and the stock market is getting more than its share. It’s very likely that something has to give here. I don’t remember any time in my career where there have been as many wildcards floating out there…”

Just before that, billionaire Carl Icahn told the same network he’s “very nervous about U.S. equity markets… you have to worry about the excessive printing of money!”

Then, just a few weeks ago, billionaire money manager Crispin Odey went on record with perhaps the strongest warning yet about the global economy. He said:

“Everything points to it being a bubble. You can never know the height of a bubble, but by the time it gets to here, you haven’t got much time.”

So, what should you do? How should you prepare and adjust your portfolio?

Well, one multimillionaire businessman agrees with these billionaires, and believes he has the answer

Porter Stansberry is the founder of Stansberry Research, one of the largest independent financial research firms in America.

In recent years, he accurately predicted the collapse of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and General Motors, just to name a few.

RELATED: New book explains shocking ways America will be dramatically different by year 2020Today, Stansberry says the next big financial panic in America will be even bigger than what we experienced in 2007-2008.

In fact, he says this looming crisis will threaten your way of life, even if you don’t have any money in the markets.

This collapse, says Stansberry, will change everything about our normal way of life: where you vacation… where you send your kids or grandkids to school… how and where you shop… the way you protect your family and home.

I strongly encourage you to check out Mr. Stansberry’s recent write-up on this situation, which explains exactly what is going on, what will happen next, and the simple steps you can take to prepare.

The present is a time of overwhelming interest to all living. Rulers and statesmen, men who occupy positions of trust and authority, thinking men and women of all classes, have their attention fixed upon the events taking place about us. They are watching the strained, restless relations that exist among the nations. They observe the intensity that is taking possession of every earthly element, and they recognize that something great and decisive is about to take place—that the world is on the verge of a stupendous crisis.” Education, page 179

“The very means that is now so sparingly invested in the cause of God, and that is selfishly retained, will in a little while be cast with all idols to the moles and to the bats. Money will soon depreciate in value very suddenly when the reality of eternal scenes opens to the senses of man.”
Evangelism, page 62

 

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