In 2017, the average American has been given the highest average credit score ever yet half of American families are living paycheck to paycheck. U.S. stock markets are at the loftiest levels in history, yet the economy and wages are barely growing.
Meanwhile, household and U.S. government debt are at all time record highs, thanks to the government-induced 'easy credit' creation of $1.1 Trillion in new car loans and $1.4 Trillion in student loans.
No wonder analysts and experts who study recurring patterns in the economy are now giving us a dire warning; between now and 2020, a convergence of negative patterns and cycles will hit us all at once. Such a negative convergence of just three cycles came together in 2008, leading to a financial disaster that cost the average American 40% or their net worth. What if a much bigger crisis now looms?
The good news is that we can tip the odds more in our favor by foreseeing the next potential crisis and wisely preparing for it. Want help doing so? Get our new CRISIS TIMELINE Special Report.
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