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(Video) Debt and Deflation vs. Hyperinflation: 15 Minutes with Robert Prechter
A must-see interview for every independently minded trader and investor

By Jill Noble
Tue, 13 Aug 2013 11:15:00 ET
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Wealth confiscation. 

Central bank collapse.

We don't ever expect to face events like these in the U.S. -- yet, according to Robert Prechter, we should.
If you think that the bank raids in Cyprus couldn't happen in Western Europe or the United States, get ready for a reality check. Watch this Q&A with Robert Prechter on the Keiser Report to learn about how unpayable debts lead to deflation and why we all are at risk:
No matter where you live, you must guard your portfolio against government run amok. Max Keiser and Bob Prechter have shown you how to see through central bank policies and the status quo: Now it's time for you to become an independent investor who stands apart from the herd.
If you're ready to learn how to put this powerful information into action in your trades and investments, start your 30-day risk-free trial to EWI's two flagship publications, The Elliott Wave Theorist and The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast, now >>

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