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Aftershock 2012 on the Money, Foreshadowed Market Crash

Tuesday, 09 Aug 2011 10:16 AM

The Dow continued to plunge in the aftershock of the S&P downgrading the U.S. debt rating, making America’s sovereign debt a “risky” place to put your money and a threat to global markets.

All this comes as no surprise to famed economist and author Robert Wiedemer, who has been predicting these outcomes as long ago as 2006.

In an exclusive interview presentation, Aftershock 2012, Wiedemer outlines a dire financial warning along with a comprehensive blueprint for economic survival. Between stock markets plummeting, a lowered U.S. debt rating, and global uncertainty, 2011 is quickly spiraling into economic chaos that could lead to an even more severe 2012.

According to a recent Newsmax article, Aftershock 2012 is quickly becoming the money survival guide for the 21st century, with exclusive interviews and predictions about money, stock, and financial markets. Millions have already heeded its warnings and are rapidly sharing Aftershock 2012, fueling controversy throughout cyberspace.

The controversy stems from direct allegations that the people in Washington have failed miserably. They include former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and current Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke, whose sole responsibility is to prevent financial meltdowns, provide smart money recommendations, stimulate stock markets, and temper the national debt.

Furthermore, any advance warnings or projections were completely ignored by the mainstream media, and America is consequently poised for a brutal aftershock in 2012.

Editor’s Note: Over one million Americans have heard the evidence. Watch Aftershock 2012 for money tips, sound stock market advice, and a blueprint for your financial future.

However, as Wiedemer’s Aftershock 2012 predictions about money loss, market dives, unemployment, and inflation, steadily prove to be accurate, financial giants and average stock market investors alike are sitting up and taking notice.

The S&P calls Wiedemer’s work “a compelling argument for a chilling conclusion. [His] track record demands our attention.”

Russell E. Hall, a financial market adviser with Wedel, Thurman, and Hall, says Aftershock 2012 “scared the hell out of me. It was a great wake-up call.”

Even Dow Jones’ MarketWatch said “Aftershock will teach you how to protect yourself against an increasingly hostile Wall Street-Corporate-America-Washington conspiracy undermining average stock market investors. This is your bible, read it, get into action, and be a winner.”

This isn’t the first time Wiedemer has forecast correctly. In 2006, he and his team of economists accurately predicted the four-bubble meltdown in the housing, stock, private debt, and consumer spending markets that almost sunk America.

In 2009 he also prophetically warned people about the federal debt, printing too much money, and the devaluation of the dollar that we are currently experiencing.

Today, Bernanke’s estimate that the economy would grow more leading into 2012 is being called into question, and Americans are slowly grasping the gravity of the “debt reduction” repercussions.

Repercussions such as major federal budget cuts could strip thousands of unemployed of their money, their stock market investments, and their benefits, and an inevitable tax hike will exacerbate the burden on an already beleaguered labor force. Repercussions that are all predicted in this critical Aftershock 2012 presentation.

Editor’s Note: Over one million Americans have heard the evidence. Watch Aftershock 2012 for money tips, sound stock market advice, and a blueprint for your financial future.

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The Dow continued to plunge in the aftershock of the S P downgrading the U.S. debt rating, making America s sovereign debt a risky place to put your money and a threat to global markets. All this comes as no surprise to famed economist and author Robert Wiedemer, who...
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