October 16, 2021
We’ve got a fantastic issue for you this month, packed with incredible content by our dynamic writers.
But before you dive in, I want you to mark this Wednesday, October 20 on your calendar. It’s a free online event with new finance star Matt McCall.
Matt’s featured in our magazine this month… and for good reason. He’s a legendary stock-picker with an amazing track record who’s just joined Stansberry Research.
And Matt is going on camera for the first time on October 20 to reveal his secret method to picking such winners. (He’s averaged three “10x” winners per year since 2007 – an incredible success rate.)
If you have any money in stocks right now… if you’re concerned about your financial future… or if you’re simply watching the markets rise and fall and wondering what comes next… this is a can’t-miss event. Reserve your spot for free right here.
And check out Matt’s personal feature article by Managing Editor Laura Greaver. His rise from the blue-collar outskirts of Philly to the upper echelons of the investment world is quite a story.
Meanwhile, editor-in-chief P.J. O’Rourke extols the virtues of leaving real life for a while and shares his favorite quotes of all time, from Emily Dickinson to Voltaire.
Then comes our three-pronged attack against the Kraken that is the Federal Reserve, our favorite financial foe…
In my feature, I hold Jerome Powell to the fire for his gross negligence and denial surrounding inflation and ever-staggering price hikes that are hitting everything from your local diner to global supply chains.
Former congressman Dr. Ron Paul details how even before the pandemic, the Fed ramped up its reckless money-printing. And now, with hemorrhaging costs squeezing the middle class, he urges that it’s time to audit and expose the central bank.
And RealClearMarkets editor John Tamny notes the folly of the idea that the Fed controls the markets… If that were true, you’d be streaming shows on Blockbuster and tightly holding on to your AOL shares.
Speaking of policies going south, Executive Editor Buck Sexton exposes the crisis at the border, noting how Biden’s fumbling of the immigration surge seems to know no bounds.
Across the globe, Executive Editor Kim Iskyan uncovers the peculiar scandal involving the World Bank, IMF, China, and the Ease of Doing Business ranking system.
And if you need a well-deserved laugh, staff writer Andrew Amundson takes down an embattled Big Tech CEO in the latest Dunce of the Month (hint: he hasn’t shot himself into space – yet).
Publisher, American Consequences
October 16, 2021