Wow. I have a TON of information for you today.
I actually have so much to share that I can’t even fit it into this email. Literally, the server won’t let me send it out, so I had to create a separate article (available here).
But, I still have something good for you in this email.
I’m going to compare the current bond market with the housing market in 2008. And don’t worry, you don’t need to know anything about either to understand what I’m about to say.
So… let me tell you a story…
Let’s pretend you are a home buyer in 2004. The market is hot and home prices are rocking. Everywhere you look, prices are going up and more people are buying. Things are looking good!
Everyone is bullish on the housing market. They say that everyone has to live somewhere, so it’s obvious why prices are going up. The population is growing, people are making money, and real estate is the obvious place to invest your money.
Plus it’s the American dream. You get to build your family around your home and put all of your valued possessions inside.
In the background, home buyers have no clue about the mortgage market. Basically banks, lenders and rating agencies are cooking the books in order to allow people to buy homes.
Even people who have nothing are getting NINJA loans – No Income, No Job, No Assets.But, that doesn’t matter because housing prices will never go down. Even if the buyer can’t make the payments, the bank will just take the home back and resell it for even more money.
Ok… we know what happens here. The housing market, which was considered ‘the safest investment out there’ completely crashed.
Nearly everyone considered the housing market crash-proof. It was an opinion that wasn’t even questioned.
Now, here comes the comparison to bonds.
Bonds, just like the housing market, are considered extremely safe. The likelihood of multiple companies going bankrupt and not being able to pay back their bonds is practically impossible. It just can’t happen…
…Or can it?
That’s what we need to find out. We need to look at what is going on with an open mind. We need to look at facts and data, and really try to make an educated forecast.
I’ve done a lot of the work in this article here. I am sharing it with you free of cost, no strings attached. I’m not going to lie, it will take you a bit to read everything and understand what is going on.
But, can you think of anything worth while that comes with no work? Exactly.
If we can figure out the details of what is going on here, then we have a very good opportunity to not only avoid this potential trap, but also make massive profits.
I encourage you to read this article here. Send it to your friends. Print it out. Do whatever you want with it. Go do further research on your own. But don’t put your head in the sand.