Stock Market Falls, Experts Say Dollar to Devalue by 50 Percent

No one in the mainstream media wants you to believe this but… the stock market is in tumult … The economy is far from recovery… And President Obama’s policies are wreaking havoc on the dollar. Anyone who thinks differently is being seduced by the propaganda being unleashed by basically government criminals telling us “it’s getting better”. It’s not. In fact, the worst is yet to come. (and it will come, trust us on that one)

Recently, Bill Gross, one of the leading bond experts in the world, said the new Fed policy will lead to a 20 percent devaluation of the dollar. But there is good news: David Skarica, the brilliant market analyst who predicted the housing crisis, the sub-prime debt collapse, and the stock market crash of 2008-09 is joining with Robert Wiedemer, author of the best-selling book Aftershock, for an exclusive online broadcast called the Crisis Investing Summit.

Both Wiedemer and Skarica are predicting a further collapse of the dollar — a 50 percent devaluation over the next few years. It is urgent that you watch this video and read the letter just posted under the it. This broadcast will only be available for another 24 hours.

Despite these tough economic times, gold continues to rise. Skarica and Wiedemer believe it will continue to climb and that you can make enormous profits in such a gold bull market. But you have to open your eyes, do the math, and don’t be influenced by the nonsense you hear on the government propaganda fueled news sources.

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