One Ph.D Economist is revealing how to insulate your wealth from this historic financial cleansing
99% of folks today are rightfully scared…
The market has been on a downward spiral for months.
Everyday it bleeds more and more…
Even the big mega cap companies — the ones people relied on to weather the storm — are falling.
Facebook was down as much as 51% at one point!
Netflix sank as much as 52%!
Even Apple — the one stock which was holding up the market — has shown it could tumble hard at any moment.
And for good reason.
First off, inflation is out of control…
And because of this, the situation for the average American it’s going to get much worse before it gets any better.
We’ve seen this impact millions of hard working Americans.
In a matter of weeks, we saw a surplus of jobs transform into massive layoffs across the country.
Everyone from Microsoft to Netflix, Ford to Tesla, even JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo have cut staff in an effort to weather the storm.
And according to Piper Sandler, a leading investment bank built on evaluating the health of companies, that’s just the beginning…
We could soon see a million more layoffs (at least).
But strangely enough… This is all according to the Feds plan.
They planned this exact situation. They don’t want to stop it.
The truth is…
They MUST bring America into a deep recession.
If they don’t cleanse the markets…
And the retirement accounts of millions of Americans with it…
The fate we could face as a country is far worse.
That’s why one Ph.D Economist — a man who called the covid crash months before it happened and saved his readers from financial devastation — is now issuing a dire warning.
He says most Americans WILL panic and make a grave mistake with their investments.
He’s rushing this urgent message to every American that will listen — before it’s too late.
With inflation still on the rise…
And Biden’s latest moves about to crush the middle class…
Time is running out.
“Mark Skousen should get the Nobel Prize in Economics.”
“Mark Skousen is one of the best economists I know.”
—Larry Kudlow, Past Director, National Economic Council