Justin’s note: For our weekend edition of the Dispatch, we turn to International Speculatoreditor David Forest, whose team has conducted a unique study on which resources are the best stores of value – and the best bets to profit on – before, during, and after a crisis.
You’ll want to keep this essay for future reference…
By David Forest, editor, International Speculator
You’ll want to print out today’s essay and keep it close by.
My team and I conducted a deep-dive analysis in our International Speculator newsletter a few months ago. We looked closely at the top resources to own leading up to, during, and after a financial crisis.
This is critical information right now.
We see a financial crisis looming, and it’s never been more important to prepare.
After the longest bull run in history, multiple indicators are signaling a coming crash.
The leading one, called “the inverted yield curve,” has predicted every single recession in the last 50 years. And it just went into the red zone again.
[The yield curve plots the difference (or spread) between two interest rates. Usually, one yield is from a long-term bond. The other is from a short-term bond.]