Monday, August 24, 2009

Prepare for Hyperinflation Or Go Broke

Dick Morris Prepare for Hyperinflation
Or Go Broke

Dear Fellow American,

Have you ever heard of a "depressflation"?

No surprise if you haven't. It's a term I coined myself, to describe the imminent -- and inevitable -- result of the Democrats' plans for "rescuing" the economy.

Think 1970s-style "stagflation" but much, much worse: massive inflation, even hyperinflation, together with Depression-like economic stagnation. A depressflation.

Why is this inevitable? Because with a bi-partisan consensus that deficits are vital in fighting the crisis (or easing the pain) there is no constraint on Obama and his party. The sky is the limit on spending, to the tune of a trillion-plus dollars over the next two years alone.

And there are only two ways to pay for it: (1) printing more money, which causes inflation, and (2) hiking taxes, which kills investment, businesses and jobs.

Then the question will be: When will we realize that government intervention is magnifying, not solving the problems that caused the crisis? When will the patience of the public with Obama's remedies run out?

My guess is that it won't be until 2012 -- or after.

In the meantime, however, there are ways to protect yourself and your family from the coming "depressflation."

It's crucial to understand: Hard times for America does not necessarily mean hard times for you. As a very wise investment expert of my acquaintance, Nicholas Vardy, likes to say, "No matter what the state of financial markets, there is always a strategy out there that can make you money."

The key, Vardy explains, is to recognize opportunities wherever they may be and, more importantly, detach yourself from old investment themes that no longer work.

Vardy himself, an American based in London, is a master at crafting such cutting-edge investment strategies -- which he then passes on to subscribers to his Global Stock Investor investment newsletter.

I follow Vardy's advice closely and admire his economic and investment insights.  Full disclosure: I receive a percentage of each Global Stock Investor subscription sold, but I wouldn't if I did not believe in his abilities.

So, for instance, Vardy was among the first to see the coming profit waves in soft (agricultural) commodities, emerging market telecom, and other hot new trends -- enabling his subscribers to bank hefty profits like these:
  • 83% profit on Canadian fertilizer giant Potash (POT)
  • 22% profit on iShares MSCI Brazil Index (EWZ)
  • 14% profit on steel producer ArcelorMittal (MT)
  • 23% profit on international cellular giant Millicom (MICC)

Even more remarkable, all these trades were made in 2008 -- a year when most global markets were down 50% or more.

While the major stock indexes were down as much as 20% during "Black October" last year, Vardy's subscribers were actually enjoying double-digit gains.

And that's nothing compared to the magic Vardy performed for his subscribers during these past few months.

Consider this: Since January 1st the Dow is up nearly 7% compared with Vardy's Global Stock Investor portfolio which is up 14%... with two stocks up over 25%. That's incredible!

How does Nicholas Vardy do it? If I knew, I'd be in his business, not mine. But I'm sure those countless hours he spends sharing investment ideas with Europe's top money managers has something to do with it -- not to mention his graduate degrees from Stanford and Harvard.

Don't get me wrong: Nicholas Vardy is no elitist snob. Though he makes his "real" money managing money for a few wealthy clients, he also likes to "spread the wealth" -- not through higher taxes (sorry, Obama), but by helping people like you and me make profitable investments.

Let's face it, the next few years will be tough ones for America. But, to repeat, they don't have to be tough ones for you -- if you find and follow sound investment advice like the brilliant investment strategies in Nicholas Vardy's Global Stock Investor. I urge you to give it a try.

Click here to learn more.
Dick Morris
Dick Morris
Fox News Commentator

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