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Former Goldman Sachs Director Reveals The REAL Reason Why 263 Million Americans Could Face a:

"Permanent Recession"

Dear Reader,

Nomi Prins here...

After spending years as a former Goldman Sachs director...

I must admit, life in America is not as it seems.

And thanks to recent unprecedented decisions by a strange force of unelected officials... behind closed doors, in this building...

America's Most Dangerous Private Organization?

Americans may now experience a level of financial insecurity and suffocation of freedoms bigger than the crisis of 2000... 2008... and 2020 - COMBINED.

Months from now we may look back to - this moment - as the end of the middle class.

Stephen Roach, a former chairman at Morgan Stanley, says: "U.S. living standards are about to be squeezed as never before."

Newsweek says: "[This] Will Be The End of American Freedom."

And HuffPost says: "[This] Is Making The Rich Richer, and Leaving You Behind"

My investigation reveals Americans will be forced to make a drastic decision...

Become one of the 'new poor' in America...

Or 'the new rich'.

While everyone else could end up in "Permanent Recession."

This is why I traveled to Delray Beach, Florida to investigate this phenomenon, and reveal the TRUTH about what's happening across the nation...

Unveiling a strange $40 trillion shift coming next to America...

That will allow the rich to continue to get richer - all while millions of other Americans continue to suffer.

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Nomi Prins

Nomi Prins
Editor, Rogue Economics

P.S. Americans will be forced to make a choice: become 'the new rich' in America... or potentially fall to become 'the new poor' - today, I'll reveal my #1 investment, 100% free, to help you prepare.

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