The #1 Financial Problem Our Next President Needs to Fix

Whatever the outcome in November, our new president will be saddled with a tremendous economic mess.

The U.S. is drowning in debt.  Entitlement spending is about to explode, including the costs of ObamaCare that were conveniently delayed until its namesake left office.  The cost of servicing what will soon be a $20 trillion federal deficit is heading higher and consuming a larger percentage of government spending.  The United States fiscal situation is on an unsustainable trajectory.

The situation, however, is not hopeless.  There are steps a new president can take to improve the situation.

But there’s one thing he – or she – absolutely must deal with right away.

Right now, only a radical reprogramming will place the U.S. economy on a sufficiently productive path to pay its current and future obligations. Some may view the following proposals as extreme, but they are absolutely necessary. Whether they are feasible depends on whether we can summon the political and moral courage to enact them.

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World Currency Profit Gameplan – Phase 1

Recently, I told you I was working on a special Currency Report, with profit recommendations for a large basket of world currencies.

There’s so much information here, I’ve decided to break it into a two-part series.

The simplest way to do this is to start with the Big Five. These major currencies serve as the “drivers” for the minor ones. In my upcoming Part 2, I’ll tell you which of the minor currencies (like the Aussie dollar or the Swiss franc) are tied to which of the major ones, how that impacts their direction, and how you can profit.

Right now, we’ll start with profit recommendations for the 5 major currencies that drive all the rest.

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