Monday is your last day to pre-order the greatest package of global intelligence reports ever offered in the history of my company.
If you do, you’ll not only get them free, but you’ll also be among the very first investors to download them when they’re released Monday night. And with the latest events, the timing couldn’t be better.
Look. Years ago, when Dad and I gave our last seminar together, we told the audience big trade deficits would harm the U.S. economy. We warned that America was losing its ability to compete internationally, while economies overseas were gaining. And we said the dollar would slide, while major foreign currencies rise.
Now, those forecasts have not only come true … they’re accelerating.
In 1996, the U.S. trade deficit was $104 billion. Last year, it was $763.6 billion. And just this week, the Commerce Department announced that the U.S. trade deficit shot up in March to the highest level in six months.
But the flip side of big trade deficits in the U.S. is equally big surpluses overseas. So for investors who protect themselves by investing safely and globally, this is not a threat. Quite to the contrary, I see it as the genesis of two monster money-making trends:
Monster Money-Making Trend #1
Scores of Foreign Stock Markets
Are Creating Armies of New
Millionaires and Billionaires!
Three billion new wage earners are now entering the middle class in China, India, and throughout what used to be called the “Third World.”
And for the first time ever, half the world’s population in these emerging nations is now beginning to use their new middle class incomes to eagerly buy the trappings of success, triggering the most explosive global economic growth in modern history.
The facts: While the U.S. economy is crawling at the lumbered pace of just 1.3% per year, Brazil is growing 4%, Singapore is advancing 6%, India is expanding 8.5%, and China is leaping ahead at the breakneck speed of 11.1% — eight times faster than ours.
This unprecedented global economic explosion is pushing scores of world stock markets up two times faster … five times faster … even ten times faster than ours.
Last year, a startling 55 world stock markets outperformed our own.
And in the first quarter of 2007, as the profitability gap between U.S. and foreign stock markets widened, sixty-five foreign stock markets outperformed U.S. stocks.
Monster Money-Making Trend #2
Foreign Currencies Are Surging
While the U.S. Dollar Is Plunging!
If you’re surprised that so many foreign stock markets are outperforming ours, you should be even more surprised to know that 50 foreign currencies are now going up against the U.S. dollar!
Just in the past couple of weeks, as the dollar has been plunging …
- The New Zealand dollar has reached a 22-year high …
- The British pound has hit a 15-year high …
- And the euro has jumped to an ALL-TIME high …
- Even former currency pariahs like the Brazilian real, the Polish zloty, or the South African rand are gaining against the dollar.
Your Full Share
Of the Profits
With foreign economies growing so much faster … with foreign stock markets leaping so far ahead of ours … and with their currencies so much stronger … we now have long-term trends that show no sign of ending anytime soon.
To the contrary: As you’ve seen, these monster money-making trends show every sign of accelerating.
The only question now is, are you taking full advantage of these opportunities? Are you getting your full share of the massive profits being spun off as these global markets explode and their currencies surge?
I want to make absolutely sure you can answer these questions with an emphatic “yes!” So I’ve put together a fabulous new package of six free reports that I’m releasing on Monday.
Good luck and God bless!
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