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Three weeks to "S-Day" ... what to do ...

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Money and Markets

Time to Convergence on October 7: 20 Days
Three weeks to
economic Armageddon

Dear ,

Dr. Martin Weiss

On Wednesday, October 7 — exactly three weeks from today — the most powerful cycles in the economic universe will converge for the first time in nearly 100 years.

As they merge, they will form the first economic supercycle we’ve witnessed since 1929.

As it courses through the global economy, this great supercycle will trigger a global collapse of government debt. First in Europe, then in Japan and the United States.

What, exactly, will happen on October 7?
The honest answer is that we do not know.

What we CAN know is that the formation of this great supercycle just three weeks from today will signal the end of the era when Washington could amass unpayable debt with impunity ...

And it will also mark the beginning of a terrifying new era — one in which mankind pays the price for the obscene amounts of debt our leaders have created.

That’s what the cycles are saying — and they have accurately predicted every major economic event of the past 100 years.

We can also know that the impact
of this great implosion of government debt
will be catastrophic.

Terrible things happen when governments run out of money; when they have printed all they can and borrowed all they can.

Millions of consumers and companies that need government checks to survive are suddenly cut off.

Millions of government workers — including members of the military and law enforcement agencies — go without pay or are laid off altogether.

Payments for Medicare and Social Security are delayed or cancelled altogether, leaving millions of seniors homeless and penniless.

As welfare and food stamp recipients awake to find that the handouts they count on have also been delayed or cancelled, civil society begins to break down. Protests, then riots consume our inner cities.

“When you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.”
— Will Rogers

You would think at a time like this, our leaders would be the first to see the brewing storm and call for action. Instead, many are advocating even more massive increases in spending.

With the U.S. national debt at $18.3 trillion ... with our annual deficit at $500 billion ... at least one major candidate for President is promising voters even greater debt to come.

Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the spending programs proposed by Democrat Bernie Sanders represent $18 trillion in new spending and the largest increase in the size of the federal government in history.

To pay for this new orgy of spending, Sanders is advocating a $6.5 trillion tax increase on “the rich” (historically defined as anyone who earns more than $250,000 per year).

That leaves $12 trillion in new debt, eclipsing even Barack Obama’s record-shattering additions to the national debt — and that’s nearly two years before Sanders could take office!

Will Sanders actually be the Democratic nominee? Will he go on to win the general election on November 8, 2016? Will any or all of his tax-and-spend schemes ever see the light of day?

It seems unlikely today, but stranger things have happened.

And it’s also interesting to note that other Democratic candidates advocate a continuation of Obama’s massive spending programs if not substantial increases in them.

And that brings us to a very important question.

Will you do what’s required to protect yourself, your family and your wealth?

Will you HARNESS the power of this great crisis to amass enormous wealth?

Now, with the deadline just 20 days away, you owe it to yourself to get the facts: Click this link to read my report and to discover how you can not only survive, but USE this crisis to go for windfall profits.

Yours for supercycle survival and profits,

Larry Edelson

Larry Edelson

Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader

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