HADEN DE BOER, MONEYWISE STAFF REPORTER
The St. Louis, New York, Kansas City, and Boston Federal Reserve banks…
Multi-billion-dollar venture capitalists…
A former U.S. Treasury Secretary…
And officials from the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and others…
They’re all preparing for a major shift in the way Americans use and store currency.
“It’s going to be a very powerful thing,” said John Donahoe, CEO of EBay.
“It has the potential to change the world,” said billionaire PayPal founder Peter Thiel, who has personally invested $2 million in this shift.
“It will be everywhere, and the world will have to readjust,” said John McAfee, founder of McAfree Inc.
For investors, this shift may be the biggest monetary change (and opportunity) you see in your lifetime.
Recently we learned the Federal Reserve 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, we flew down to Aspen, Colorado to meet with currency expert, multi-millionaire investor and New York Times bestselling financial author, Doug Casey.
Casey, a self-described “anarcho-capitalist,” was a classmate of former President Bill Clinton at Georgetown University in Washington.
He is one of the most connected men in the financial world:
He’s debated presidential candidates… He’s met with (and spoke at the same national conference as) former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan… And he’s also been invited by the leaders of twelve different countries to discuss monetary reform. Some even credit Casey with introducing the concept of “economic citizenship,” where individuals can become citizens of a country simply by making an investment.
In the interview below, 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.