This New “Financial Crisis” Has Already Started

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Dear Loyal Reader,

A financial revolution is brewing.

Last year, in the shadows of the bear market, the global financial system suffered its most devastating strike since the financial crisis 15 years ago.

But this time is different.

Back then, Main Street had to foot the bill for Wall Street’s mistakes.

This time, this attack is being directed right at Big Finance.

And it could put as much as $100 billion back into the hands of everyday consumers — each year.

The world’s largest institutions already see the writing on the wall.

ING says this will be “more disruptive to banks than bitcoin.”

Groups like UBS, JPMorgan, Credit Suisse and Mastercard are spending heavily to get ahead of this.

The world’s biggest tech firms — from Tesla, Google, Amazon, Cisco, Intel and Microsoft — are investing heavily as well.

Today, this technology is valued at roughly $200 billion.

But some analysts are already predicting that by the end of this decade, this opportunity could be worth $20 TRILLION.

That’s a 100-fold increase.

One of them is Ian King, the former hedge fund manager who generated a 338% return in 2008 … and has recently seen trades climb as high as 18,000% in one year.

Ian is warning people that there is still time to prepare for this big financial shift … but time is running short. Go here to see why this may be the investing opportunity of the decade.

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Matthew Clark
Chief Research Analyst, Stock Power Daily


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