If you read the investigation authored by Roddy Boyd in our latest magazine issue, you won’t want to miss this podcast…
In Stansberry Investor Hour, former CIA agent Buck Sexton and financial analyst Porter Stansberry talk more specific details with Roddy… founder of the Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation, which has exposed some of the biggest abuses on Wall Street since 2012.
In fact, New York Magazine credited Roddy for exposing “perhaps the worst Ponzi scheme ever.” And he appeared on Netflix’s Dirty Money documentary to share his investigation on Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Now, Roddy has a new warning about another company masquerading as a promising pharmaceutical company… And he reveals never-before-heard information.
He explains how this company could be the next Valeant, which he worked to expose in 2014 when the high-flying stock was still fooling thousands of investors.
After the epic frauds Boyd has uncovered that were often hiding in plain sight, you won’t want to miss his latest warning. Click here to sign up and listen in.
Now here’s what we’re reading…
What could possibly go wrong?
By almost every measure, the U.S. economy is booming. But a look behind the headlines of roaring job growth and consumer spending reveals how the boom continues in large part by the poorer half of Americans fleecing their savings and piling up debt.
One of the most feared financial reporters in America takes on a pharmaceutical company with a drug that the FDA head recently said, “doesn’t work.”
Details on Investor Hour… a new, free podcast from the financial team who called the 2008 financial crisis, the fall of General Motors and General Electric, and who just released a startling prediction about Netflix and Tesla. Click here to sign up and listen in.
Is the “American dream” of a white picket fence over?
“Millennials are so eager to become homeowners that some may be inadvertently cutting off their nose to spite their face.”
The market near record highs… unemployment near record lows… So why are so many people still receiving food stamps?
Enrollment in food stamps fell to 39.6 million in April… as a share of the population it’s just back to where it was as the economy emerged from the longest and deepest downturn since the Great Depression.
One company is expanding its consumer base with drone delivery and local recruits who can exploit villages’ tight-knit social networks to drum up business.And finally, if you missed the full article from Roddy Boyd in our magazine, read it here…
It portrays itself as a pharmaceutical company, but a Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation investigation has revealed that this is merely a clever facade. What lies below is a ruthless marketing entity whose pursuit of regulatory approval is best described as “loophole-centric.”
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
With P.J. O’Rourke and the American Consequences Editorial Staff
July 25, 2018