7 Major Advance Warnings

As soon as we see the likelihood of major bankruptcies and defaults, we don’t wait around. We warn you immediately.

We know you need time to get your money out of danger. And we also know that financial disasters don’t obey any particular clock.

They can strike suddenly — especially in the stock and bond markets, where investors often start selling in anticipation of the troubles to come.

That’s why we specifically warned our readers about …

• The failure of Bear Stearns 102 days ahead of time (Money and Markets of December 3, 2007) …

• The failure of Lehman Brothers 182 days ahead of time (Money and Markets of December 3, 2007 and March 17, 2008) …

• The near-failure of Citigroup 110 days before (Money and Markets of August 11, 2008) …

• The failure of Washington Mutual 51 days before (Money and Markets of August 11, 2008), with advance warnings also issued many months earlier (Safe Money Report of March 2007 and June 2008) …

• The demise of Fannie Mae four years before it collapsed (Money and Markets of September 24, 2004), plus …

• The failure of nearly every bank and insurance company that has occurred since Weiss Ratings began rating them decades ago.

Now, the time has come to issue new advance warnings — some of the most important in the 40-year history of my company.

My new warnings are mostly focused on Europe. But as I’ll explain below, they’re bound to have a life-changing impact on nearly all investors in the U.S. and around the globe.

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via 7 Major Advance Warnings — Money and Markets.

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