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International Agency to Announce New Dollar Alternative October 20th?
2015-04-21 18:08:33

International Agency to Announce New Dollar Alternative October 20th?

Received: 2015-04-21 18:08:33

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Dear Reader,

An alarming new global currency rule is rumored to be going into effect this Fall.

On October 20th of this year, the IMF (the most powerful banking organization in the world) is expected to announce a decision that could drastically impact the U.S. dollar and its use worldwide.

This is a huge, huge story… which has barely received the attention it deserves in the mainstream press.

If you own U.S. assets– stocks, bonds, real estate, or just cash in the bank… basically anything priced in U.S. dollars– you must be aware of what could be a huge upcoming announcement.

Again, it’s coming this October.

Please keep in mind: This is a once-in-a-lifetime situation, in which billions of dollars could literally begin shifting around the globe, practically overnight.

If it plays out the way experts say it could, I guarantee it will affect you, your family, and your money.

That’s why I asked Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, one of the world’s foremost currency experts, to explain the situation.

Dr. Sjuggerud has worked for hedge funds, mutual funds, and private research firms. He’s invested all over the globe. He’s been sought out by CNBC, Bloomberg, and most major financial channels for his views.

He describes how it is all likely to play out, on his website, right here


Mike Palmer

Researcher, Stansberry Research

P.S. Even the British government, probably our strongest ally, has taken a bold step to prepare for what could be a historic announcement. Get the facts here.

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