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Why I Decided to Lend the U.S. Government Money


Justin's note: All month, we've been sharing the top insights and money-making opportunities from Strategic Investor editor E.B. Tucker. We want you to be fully prepared for when he makes his big announcement on February 27.

Today, we turn to E.B. again. As you'll see, E.B.'s discovered a simple way you can make your money go further this year.

Read on to see why E.B. decided to lend the U.S. government money… how he's now making 24 times more than what his bank was offering him… and how you can do the same…

By E.B. Tucker, editor, Strategic Investor

Interest rates have been in an uptrend since 2014.

The chart below tracks the 12-month LIBOR. That's the interest rate that sets the cost of borrowing for trillions of dollars' worth of loans. The rate is five times what it was in 2014.

That means borrowers with LIBOR-linked loans pay more interest on those loans today than they did at any time back to 2014. This trend will continue for a while. Interest rates went down for 35 years… They'll go up for more than one or two.


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