Strategic Financial Intelligence
What does one do in a negative interest rate environment?
Deflation now rules with $12 trillion dollars in negative interest rate bonds in Europe and Japan and the U.S. Federal Reserve is sniffing at the negative interest rate door. Central banks planet wide have been pumping money into their economies with the euphemistically labeled “Quantitate Easing”, while their economies slowing sink into the economic quicksand of recession.
How does one invest in such an environment, or, even protect their principal?
The bear market in precious metals clearly appears to be over. The metals have reversed and started up trending. Is this the commencement of the long hoped for precious metals bull market?
Should one carry any foreign currencies in their portfolio? Chinese Yuan? Euro? Yen? Pound? Swiss Franc? Aussie dollar? Canadian dollar?
How aggressive should an investor be in moving some of their assets offshore? And if offshore, where? Hong Kong? Panama? Singapore? Belize? Gibraltar? The Cook Islands?
What is the current condition of the real estate market? Is it topping again?
What about owning real estate in a foreign jurisdiction? Argentina? Chile? Ecuador?
Are trust deeds a good investment today?
And what about equities? Despite many reasons it should not, the Dow has broken into highest ever territory. Will it continue? And if so, how high will it go?
The Hard Truth will take up these investment issues and more.
There’s been a coup d’état. It was not a mob of AK-47 wielding militia overthrowing a dictator in a third-world country. This one was different. On April 2, 2009 at a meeting of the G-20 in London, the fiscal autonomy of the United States (and other nations) was quietly turned over to a little known bank with a troubling Nazi past. The story of this coup sounds like something out a Ludlum novel, but this is real and John Truman Wolfe has documented one of the most enormous power grabs in history, the establishment of what international bankers call a GMA, a Global Monetary Authority. The Global Monetary Authority is called the Financial Stability Board and resides in the Bank for International Settlements – the central banker’s central bank based in Basel, Switzerland.
Wolfe’s books and The Hard Truth provide stunning expose’s about how it was done, who did it, and why.
The Hard Truth carries forward the revelations about the machinations of what Wolfe calls, The Global Financial Mafia including their actions in the U.S., Europe and Asia, or, as the Trilateralists would have it, the Dollar, the Euro and the Yuan.
In a never-ending war of persuasion, battalions of Armani clad Lobbyists from Big Oil, Big Pharma and Big Finance storm the halls of Congress with buckets overflowing with Ben Franklins.
Of course the financial benefits are not quite that obvious, but those three industries alone employ thousands of lobbyists. They typically spend – just those three – in excess of $400 million a year lobbying. There are millions more in campaign contributions.
And that is all on the surface. What goes on behind the scene?
Will the shareholders of the Federal Reserve Bank (the major “money center” banks in New York) ever permit an audit of the Federal Reserve Bank? What would it take to accomplish that?
The Hard Truth provides answers to these questions as well as a no-holds-barred expose of the purpose and methods of central banks to bankrupt Western governments and bring them under their control and the control of the increasingly despotic World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
We also investigate the covert agendas of people like George Soros, Zbigniew Brzezinski and David Rockefeller?
Of course there are those who will seek to dismiss these reports as the conspiracy theories. We ask those that have such considerations that are not actually involved in these dark activities to set preconceived ideas aside and just look – look at the evidence and the results.