Dear ,

No one can deny that the Great Depression was a bad thing.

But in some ways, the kind of economy and society that our government has helped create — in order to avoid a depression — could actually be worse.

As I'll prove to you in just a moment, we now have ...

  • The biggest concentration of wealth in 100 years; and at the same time ...
  • The worst political division and dysfunction since the Civil War.
  • Plus, some of the most worrisome risks for investors in history.

The last time we saw a similar convergence of these extremes was in 1929.

And the only way that the nation's balance was ultimately restored was with the Great Depression.

But is today's situation really as extreme as it was in 1929? Are we truly destined to repeat the consequences? If so, how can investors prepare?

For my answers, click here.