A reclusive multi-millionaire, who prefers to spend his free time away from the crowds, hunting, fishing, or tending to his farm…
Porter Stansberry lives on a 100-acre farm about 30 miles from Washington, DC. He made his fortune accurately predicting some of the biggest and most important financial stories of the past 20 years.
He recommended Amazon at $59 (today it’s over $1,700) and PayPal before it ultimately soared 800%.
He predicted the collapse of GM, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and many others, long before almost anyone else caught on.
And now, Stansberry says a completely misunderstood asset is transforming our world… our U.S. dollar money system… and is making people rich (Barron’s estimates at least 20,000 people1).
Stansberry says this is now a critical asset every American must own, beginning immediately.
Get this: If you bought and held this asset over any 4-year period, since 2010… the smallest gains you would have potentially seen would have been a whopping 400%.
Even if you bought it on the worst day possible!
But Stansberry says that’s only the beginning of the story… it’s actually a much bigger deal than that.
According to Stansberry: “Today, every savvy wealthy person I know is desperately seeking a way out of our corrupt and bankrupt global financial system and the U.S. dollar. I’ll show you how they’re doing it.”
He adds: “What we’re ultimately looking at here will be the biggest transfer of wealth in the history of mankind — bigger than any political revolution by a huge margin.”
Recently, Stansberry went on camera from his corner office (click here to watch) to explain the full story.
I strongly encourage you to take a few minutes to get the facts for yourself.
But consider yourself warned: Stansberry does not pull punches. In just the first few minutes of his video, he takes on one of the most “politically incorrect” subjects in America today.
I guarantee watching Stansberry’s video will be worth your time. You can view it here…
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Stansberry Innovations Report is a monthly research advisory that shows subscribers how to invest in the next technology revolutions. Editor John Engel looks for strong companies that are staking out their spots in the burgeoning technology industry, treating shareholders right, and providing the opportunity for gains.