Man Who Predicted 13 Major World Events Makes Next Shocking Prediction…

There are 220 countries on the planet. Bestselling financial author Doug Casey has been to 160 of them. He’s a legendary investor, a former classmate of Bill Clinton at Georgetown, and a self-described “anarcho-capitalist,” according to the New York Times.

Casey has dined with presidents, made millions in the stock market, written books, traveled to war zones, scuba-dived, sky-dived, bought and sold Ferraris in Europe, practiced martial arts, debated Presidential candidates, shaken hands with Fidel Castro in Cuba, and publicly refused to shake hands with Dick Cheney…

It’s no wonder podcast personality and best-selling author James Altucher called Doug “The Most Interesting Human in The Matrix.”

He’s also known for his Nostradamus-like abilities to predict major economic, social and political events.

Like when he predicted the aftermath of the Arab spring in 2011, the “dot–com bubble” in 1999… the China boom back in the early ’90s… and the Soviet Collapse in 1989.

But now Casey is issuing what may be his most important (and shocking) prediction to date.

It involves the U.S. dollar and a controversial new law the Federal Reserve may be forced to enact.

In fact, according to my source, Fed members just wrapped up a special “behind-closed-doors” meeting to discuss one of the most dramatic changes to the U.S. dollar in the last 100 years.

A change that not only affects how we spend, save, and earn…

But that will also transform the very nature of “money” itself.

To uncover the story, I flew down to Aspen, Colorado to meet Doug Casey in person.

In the interview that follows, you’ll hear Casey’s strong warning to Americans regarding the consequences of a new potential money plan by the Fed that could start in the next 6 months.

You’ll also hear the four steps he’s personally taking today to prepare himself and protect his savings.

Here are 5 of Doug’s biggest predictions:

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Japan: “The Short of the Century”

In the 1980s, Japan was thriving.

It was one of the fastest-growing economies in the world…and Japanese stocks were on a tear.

But in 1987, this man and his prescient group called the Japanese stock market “the short of the century.”

And just a couple years later, the Nikkei Index began its huge downward spiral, losing 75% of its value…and leaving those who were unprepared in the dust.

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Gold’s Epic Rally… When It Was Trading at Just $259/oz.

Shortly after this group announced that internet stocks were about to fall off a cliff…they turned their attention to the massive opportunity in gold.

In 2001, they publically stated: “I think the price of gold is at the bottom, and over the next few years, it’s not just going through the roof…but to the moon.

Gold was trading for just $259 at the time. It eventually rocketed to $1,900.
And this group’s recommendation of gold miner Eldorado in July 2001 gave their readers the opportunity to book as much as 1,316% in gains.

With that single recommendation, a $10,000 investment would have handed you $131,600 in profit.

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Internet Stocks: The “Graveyard of His Capital”

In 1999, while the Internet continued to be a boon for Americans, this group forecasted that internet stocks specifically were on their way down…

They wrote: “The Internet will be the savior of the common man in so many ways, but internet stocks will be the graveyard of his capital.
In November of 1999, they continued with: “Almost every one of the Internet stocks is a burning match.” They warned of a huge meltdown among the survivors, with many companies disappearing totally.

Just a couple months later, the dot-com bubble blew up and wiped out trillions.

And Amazon, one of the few survivors, ended up crashing 93% over the next 18 months.

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The Bursting of the Real Estate Bubble in 2006

Back in August 2005, in an essay titled “Profiting from the End of Western Civilization,” this man and his group went on record by claiming that what was taking place in the residential real estate market was a disaster waiting to happen…

Here’s what he wrote:

What’s going on now in the residential real estate market is much like the tech bubble, but potentially much, much more serious than what went on in stocks a few years ago… the bubble is floating on a sea of debt. When it bursts – perhaps pricked by higher interest rates – millions of Americans will be sitting on a pile of debt suddenly much larger than the diminishing value of their assets. And millions of houses will hit the market in distress sales.

Once again, he proved that his warnings are not to be taken lightly…

Housing prices started their epic decline in 2006 and 2007. On December 30, 2008, the Case-Shiller Home Price Index reported its largest price drop ever.

It ended up being the worst housing crash in U.S. history.

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A Major Terrorist Attack in 2001… “It’s Simply a Question of When”

On July 23, 2001, this group predicted that Islamic terrorists would attack key buildings in New York either by car or plane.

Less than two months later, the 9/11 attacks happened.

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What’s Coming Next Will Shock You…

“A hundred years from now, should mankind survive that long, Doug Casey may well be remembered as one of the great prophets of our time.

– Robert J. Ringer, American entrepreneur and bestselling author of financial books

Doug Casey has never been wrong on one of his major predictions. His game plan could make you a millionaire while others are barely keeping their heads above water.”
– Simon and Schuster, Publisher

And while Doug and his underground think tank have been at the pulse of nearly every grand-scale event over the last 40 years…what they’ve dug up this time is something every American with a standard bank account needs to hear…while there’s still time to prepare.

Click here or on the video below to view this urgent warning today.

 

You’ll learn exactly what is going to take place-and more importantly, how you can start protecting yourself and your loved ones today.

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