Dear Stansberry's Investment Advisory Reader,
It's no secret that our national monetary system -- and our normal
way of life in America -- is on the brink of a major, catastrophic
I can't say this enough. Our government has been borrowing so much
money (often using short-term loans), that very soon, we will no longer
be able to afford even the interest on these loans.
For this reason alone, I believe it's imperative to own "real assets," things like oil, silver, gold, and natural gas... ASAP.
You see, the U.S. government has only one way out of the giant mess
they've put themselves (and us in)... and that's to print trillions of
dollars (it's already started to happen).
This will likely cause the prices of real assets – things like
gold, silver, and oil – to skyrocket even higher over the next few years
(some currency analysts I respect believe gold, for one, could hit
$5,000 an ounce before it's all done... some are predicting silver to
hit $200 an ounce).
I'm emphasizing this point because I think you could greatly
benefit from the research one of my associates, Matt Badiali, is doing
right now. If you're not familiar with Matt's work in the resources
sector, you should be.
Matt's put together the best track record in our group over the
last year. His recommendations have been doing well -- in part because
of fears about the future value of the U.S. dollar. I believe Matt's
portfolio will continue to lead our group in the months ahead as the
dollar suffers its inevitable decline.
For example, in his latest S&A Resource Report, Matt
recommends one of the largest owners of gas reserves in the world (only
majors like ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips own more). The stock is cheap,
shareholder-friendly, and pays a safe and inflation-proof dividend. Its
vast portfolio of undeveloped reserves also act as a large "call
option" on rising gas prices. Even if gas rises 25% from these levels,
the stock will enjoy a huge uptrend.
Again, if you are not familiar with the S&A Resource Report, I strongly encourage you to check it out.