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Guide to Navigating the Coming Crisis

Wednesday, February 9, 2011, 3:50 PM
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Guide to Navigating the Coming Crisis

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Executive Summary

  • Here we provide a detailed summary of the complete analytical framework that has delivered double digit investment gains (2004-2010)
  • Why this 'recovery' is false
  • Why the Fed is stuck between a rock and hard place
  • Why the US Treasury market is vulnerable
  • Asia is the most likely trigger

Part I

If you have not yet read Part I, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

Part II - Guide to Navigating the Coming Crisis

Illuminating the future is our job, and we take it seriously.

The unfolding Egyptian situation provides a perfect analogy for what I see coming to the developed world. During times of massive change, it is most important to have a clear-eyed view, few limiting beliefs, and a reliable framework to help you decode rapidly emerging events.

What we do here at Martenson Central is deliver both up-to-the-minute information-scouting services and a framework through which those events and information can be interpreted. 

Knowing what is likely to happen and having a solid framework for understanding those events provides emotional relief, removes uncertainty, and allows for crisper and more effective decisionmaking that can make you safer and even wealthier. These benefits are not speculation on our part; they are directly drawn from comments and feedback we've received from our members over the past several years.

The Crash Course is the foundation of that framework, which illuminates the main predicament as an inherent conflict between the currently evolved types of economic and monetary systems and looming resource scarcity, especially of oil.

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