Jun 25, 2012
Bill Holter was a stock broker for 23 years and retired at the ripe old age of 46. He moved down to Costa Rica, fully expecting the financial implosion that occurred. What he didn't anticipate was the world's central banks doubling down on failure. He came to the conclusion that when it comes to survival, there's no place like home. He moved back to the US a year ago and has been busy getting ready for the dreaded global financial reset. He has some savvy advice for those few who are willing to listen. And at FSN, we've been sounding the clarion call since we started, so hearing Bill out is certainly a wise move, which we urge you to do now.
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