Knowledge is power

Whilst the majority will probably get slaughtered, the minority who prepare have an opportunity of a lifetime to prosper. Iain Stamp, a strategic leader and financial engineer with decades of experience, provides information that can help you avoid disaster.


The financial crisis of 2007-2008 was a speed bump along the road that leads to a calamity that the worlds brightest monetary system experts believe will be bigger than anything experienced in almost 90 years

Most people don’t realize that the biggest wealth transfer since the 1930’s Great Depression has already begun

For the uneducated and unprepared majority it will be a financial disaster, their assets and investments are predicted to fall by up-to -80%, everyone that has stocks, bonds, property and cash deposits will be all but wiped out

Which means that the majority of today’s well off will become tomorrows poor

You may be having difficulty in believing it, but the evidence is overwhelming

Winston Churchill said “the further back you look, the further forward you can see” it’s all happened many times before, but this time the effects will be much bigger.

By the time you have finished reading this content you will be faced with a choice. Do nothing and risk substantial consequences to your wealth or get educated and be prepared.

Meet the experts

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The Threat

The experts all agree, the biggest wealth transfer has already begun and will play out between 2016 and 2020 – the effects will have huge repercussions for many savers, pensioners and investors in Britain.

This new threat is connected to the financial crisis of 2008, and the subsequent accumulation of debt in Britain and every major Western economy. But, in many ways, it could be much more costly for investors. As you’ll soon see, we now find ourselves facing an exceptional threat… one not seen in this country since the aftermath of the Second World War. It is a dangerous situation that often occurs when a nation has accumulated huge debts. And it always has a damaging impact on private investors. To most people, it seems like the economic situation in Britain is improving.

Seven years on from the banking crisis, stocks and pension funds have recovered nearly all of their losses. The housing market is moving up once again. And after years of stagnation, the economy has started growing. Everywhere you look, things are going up. So it would be easy to think that you no longer need to worry about Britain’s debt problems. But that just isn’t true. The final phase of the British debt crisis is about to begin. It will take many people by surprise, which makes it twice as dangerous.

No – it won’t involve a currency collapse, hyperinflation or a debt default. But it will certainly have some very nasty consequences. Millions of people will see their savings threatened. Retirees could see their incomes reduced. And a significant number of people will see their living standards fall – they’ll find themselves poorer than their parents. Iain Stamp and doesn’t make this prediction lightly. We have simply studied the evidence and it takes you to a logical conclusion.

And that brings us to today...

Government Debt

We believe the debts that the government have been accumulating over the past decade have now reached almost unpayable levels. We believe there is no way the government can meet its obligations without resorting to underhand – and downright dishonest – tactics. We’ll explain the implications of this, because what it means is critically important to you and everyone in the country.

Who is at risk?

The final phase in this crisis could threaten the savings, retirement plans and investment portfolios of a huge number of people in Britain. Yes – private investors like you. It won’t be the banking industry… irresponsible borrowers… or politicians – the people who got us into this mess in the first place – who will be worst hit. It will be regular, prudent savers and investors.

We’ll explain how we know this is going to happen shortly. You can decide for yourself if we’re full of hot air. We know that debts don't just disappear. We know you cannot solve a debt crisis simply by printing mountains of money. Most of all, we know that unless Britain defaults… or ‘restructures’… we must pay our debts back one way or another. Just remember that as you read on.Because it’s a fact that’s going to bring about some major changes to Britain in the coming years.

What can I do about it?

Of course, the most important part of this situation is not what is happening… but rather what you can do about it. In other words, will you be prepared to protect yourself from this threat? You can challenge every single one of the facts and we are confident you'll find that we’re right about each allegation we make.

Then you can decide for yourself. We are going to talk you through exactly what’s happening and what you can do as well. We can’t promise you’ll emerge from this potential crisis completely unharmed – but taking out insurance is simple and you may even get seriously rich.

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