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By cutaboard2, February 28, 2015

Has anyone looked into Harry Dents, Boom or Bust news letter. There is a lot of doom and gloom about the possible upcoming economy and he has a lot of good sounding ideas of how to protect your money and investments. Of course, you get the best ideas in the newsletter.Any Ideas? For $49.00, not too bad, just a average teaser price.

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harpswell
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harpswell
March 1, 2015 9:26 pm

I was getting a different Dent letter, which I found interesting but later a constant rehashing of the same ideas over and over. At the time I stopped reading, he was predicting completely different things from the other perma-bear newsletters, saying the there would be and has been recently a global flight to the quality resulting in moving of assets into the US and dollar, together with world-wide deflation. As a result, the best assets to hold would be US dollar cash, with gold crashing in value. Interesting, but argued at such a level of generality as to be less than useful. However, his is an interesting minority view.

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fonz
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March 2, 2015 2:46 pm
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there is similar topic coming from the Oxford Club’s Andrew Snyder. I have pasted the lead in from email received from Wealthy Retirement below. What say you Travis?

It has come to our attention that a ticking time bomb is about to disrupt the world markets.
It will, according to our research, separate the world into investment winners and losers.
The event has nothing to do with Washington defaulting on its $17.5 trillion debt.
Nor am I predicting another crash in stocks or real estate.
Instead, the coming event will occur inside a nondescript office building in New York City.

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