THIS IS JUST A PREVIEW. For the full book, visit www.TheTroubleWithAmerica.com.
A major Debt Jubilee is coming to America. The crowds will cheer. Politicians will promise new and better prosperity. But what will actually happen is a national nightmare. The wealthy will make a fortune. But for many, a Debt Jubilee will mean huge losses. All your savings could be wiped out. Tens of millions of Americans could lose trillions of dollars. You don’t have to be one them….
The American Jubilee explains in great detail…
- How we got to where we are today.
- The history of financial Jubilees in America and elsewhere around the world.
- And most importantly, everything you need to know to prepare for the first Jubilee in our country in nearly 50 years.
In this book…
- We’ll show you the 50 most dangerous companies in America today. There’s a good chance you own one of these firms.
- We’ll show you which investment sectors to avoid.
- We’ll show you a critical move you absolutely must make in your bank account.
- We’ll show you what you absolutely must do with your retirement account (like a 401(k)).
What you’ll find here is only a sample of The American Jubilee. The full picture is so complex, it took us nearly 300 pages to discuss in full. The book has become an instant, underground hit. In two months, more than 50,000 copies have been sold.
To claim your full copy of The American Jubilee, go to www.TheTroubleWithAmerica.com.
Here’s what readers have been saying about the completed work…
I was delighted to see The American Jubilee as the year ends and a new one begins. I think it was the most important thing Porter wrote in 2017 and perhaps in a generation. Or two. Thank you so much for all you do. – Scott
I received my copy last Thursday and started reading then finishing it Friday morning. In my opinion, to sum up the book: “FANTASTIC.” The best $19 I ever spent. Easy to read, meaningful, and would recommend it to anyone who has ever considered investing in equities. Should be easy for the novice to understand and will not insult the experienced investor. – Rod