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Unseen hand crushing companies; bankruptcies surging. What to do ...

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This mysterious force is driving bankruptcies higher,
pushing banks to the brink. Look out below!
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Dear ,

Mike Larson

Just as I warned in my news special, the “Unseen Hand” is crushing companies all over America:

 Energy XXI Ltd filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last Thursday, collapsing under $3.6 billion in debt.

 Peabody Energy went bust on Wednesday, crushed under $10.1 billion in debt.

 Brietburn Energy Partners is now on the brink, suspending distributions and interest payments as it struggles with a $3 billion debt load.

All told, more than 60 oil and gas companies have gone broke in a little over a year — and the major banks in this country know this is only the beginning. That's especially true now that weekend talks in Doha, Qatar collapsed, with OPEC and non-OPEC countries unable to agree on a deal to freeze production.

In the first quarter of 2016, Wells Fargo wrote off nearly two times more energy loans in the first quarter than it did in the first three months of last year.

Plus, Wells Fargo boosted its loan loss reserves by $200 million to account for future failures — and it’s not alone: Bank of America jacked up energy loss reserves by $525 million. J.P. Morgan Chase raised them by $529 million.

Think this debt collapse
is confined to the energy sector?
Think again!

Historically low interest rates had corporations in EVERY sector borrowing like crazy.

Tech and green start-ups raised tens of billions of dollars before they even had earnings.

Commercial and residential real estate developers and REITS borrowed billions more to massively overbuild and pick up distressed properties.

Indeed ...

 Some companies borrowed to expand operations.

 Others borrowed to acquire competitors.

 Still others borrowed to buy back their own overvalued shares.

 And some borrowed just to survive!

And this isn’t just a corporate debt crisis: Consumers are drowning in debt, too!

 They borrowed billions to buy cars they can’t afford.

 They borrowed billions more to buy homes they can’t afford.

 They put billions of dollars on credit cards they will never be able to pay off

Now, the Golden Ratio is widening. Interest rates on riskier bonds and loans are rising. All of these buyers are hanging on for dear life; struggling just to survive for one more month. Some of them praying they'll be able to avoid bankruptcy for a few more weeks.

In my news special, “THE UNSEEN HAND,” I give you
everything you need preserve your wealth and profit.

In this riveting 30-minute video, I introduce you to the mysterious force that created this emerging crisis.

 I show you how you can USE the Unseen Hand to know what’s next for the stock market.

 I reveal how it can help you own the stocks will post the greatest gains and avoid those destined to crash and burn.

 I name the kinds stocks that could destroy your portfolio in 2016 — the stocks that you simply MUST dump now.

 And I also tell you about the stocks and other investments that are most likely to multiply your money up to 14 times over in the weeks and months ahead.

Best of all, “THE UNSEEN HAND” is free:
Simply click this link to watch it now …
OR, click this link to read the transcript!

But please hurry: The information in this news special is cutting edge; ripped from today’s headlines. We cannot leave it online past this week and it may go offline at any time without notice.

There are TWO ways for you to get this information now:

Click this link to view the 30-minute video … or click this link to read the transcript.

Either way — be sure to get this information now, while there’s still time to save your wealth and profit!

Urgently,

Mike Larson
Mike Larson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research

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