Marc Faber: "We Are Destroying Ourselves" - Financial, Social & Geopolitical Unrest Ahead
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Well, things are getting interesting fast, to put it mildly.
We already had an overabundance of reasons to be concerned before the shockwave of instability that has rocked the banking system over the past several days.
What’s likely to happen next?
And what should we as individual investors be prioritizing now, before it happens?
These questions will be the key focus of Wealthion’s upcoming online conference, which is now only a few days away.
In the middle of the chaos of covering the still-unfolding bank failures, I’ve been busily preparing for the conference and folks, I’ve got to tell you, it couldn’t be more timely given what’s going on in the world right now.
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So I thought I’d give you a sneak peek of the caliber of the experts & the content we’ve lined up for this event.
I recently recorded Dr Marc Faber’s presentation – he’s the well-known Editor & Publisher of the Gloom Boom Doom Report – and we then spent another 20 minutes afterwards talking about where all of this growing instability is likely headed.
Marc’s been kind enough to give his permission for me to share this bonus footage with you here.
#inflation #marketcrash #fed
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