Markets don’t care about you.
That’s one of the hard truths I’ve learned over my career as an international investment banker and investigative financial journalist.
They don’t care who you vote for, what you wear, where you live, or where you work.
They care about only two things – money coming in and money going out.
I saw this firsthand during my 15 years on Wall Street.
But I left that world behind – including a seven-figure salary…
Below, I’ll show you why. And I’ll tell you about one of the key places that money is flowing into today.
I got my start as an analyst at the Chase Manhattan Bank.
I quickly rose through the ranks there. I went on to hold senior positions at Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns London, and Goldman Sachs.
But in 2002, I walked away from Wall Street.
Since then, I’ve dedicated my life to helping people understand what’s happening in the money world… and what it means for their wealth.
After I left Wall Street, I dug into the elite connections that shaped corporate favoritism. I studied the resulting scandals. And I warned of the calamity that would come to the financial system.
In fact, I forecasted the 2008 financial crisis four years before it happened. I wrote exactly how and why it would unfold.
I published my first book about this in 2004. It was called Other People’s Money: The Corporate Mugging of America.
In it, I warned that the “next bull market’s bust will be even more devastating than the last one.”
And I wrote this about the activities of big banks and insurance companies, such as AIG:
A brewing conflict of interest at the [big] banks is their use of credit derivatives… The picture will only worsen when [insurers] start admitting their losses… which they are not obligated to disclose during their fall, but only when they hit bottom.
Four years later, these activities led to the $13 trillion mega-bank bailouts of the 2008 financial crisis.
I was one of the few insiders who dared to expose this exclusive global banking framework.
I did interviews on TV and radio. I spoke to groups of students and politicians. I wrote newspaper articles and books on the subject.
But nobody listened… until the crisis hit.
Then, my phone didn’t stop ringing with interview and speaking requests.
Since then, it’s been my mission to shed light on the moral rot at the core of Wall Street and the shadiness of corporate America.
I’ve exposed how the too-big-to-fail banks survived the financial crisis. They had the tightest top-level government connections – and the most help from the Federal Reserve.
I’ve revealed the blood, money, and power relationships between Wall Street banking dynasties and American presidents throughout the 20th century.
I’ve even filed Freedom of Information Act requests to uncover how those banking-political relationships affected ordinary people. And these connections still impact our lives today…
For years, major central banks have reinforced a rigged system that has amplified inequality.
By the time the Covid-19 pandemic hit, global central banks had conjured a $30 trillion-plus monetary cushion.
They did this to support major financial players and the markets… at the expense of the real economy.
Race Against the Clock
As my longtime readers know, all the money fabrication has fueled what I call The Great Distortion. It’s the permanent disconnect between the markets and the real economy.
And today, thanks to this distortion, I believe the next shoe is about to drop.
See, the clock is ticking…
Some economists are warning that we could be on the verge of a housing meltdown.
And an event happening in Washington this month could trigger a major housing crisis, similar to what happened in 2008.
The good news is you don’t have to get caught on the losing side of this.
In the last housing crash, a few hedge fund managers figured out a way to bet against the housing market.
They walked away from the 2008 financial crisis with a fortune, and they’ll never have to worry about money again.
On Tuesday, December 13 at 8 p.m. ET, I’ll show you how we can take that same kind of approach for this crisis.
I’ll reveal a little-known strategy I learned on Wall Street that could help you turn this housing crisis into big profits.
And I’ll even give you the name and ticker symbol of an opportunity I believe could be one of the top plays of 2023, completely free of charge.
I sounded the alarm on the 2008 crisis before it hit… And even though a lot of people in high places didn’t like it, I won’t shy away from doing it again.
That’s because, if you’re armed with the right strategy… you can turn this crisis into an opportunity to profit.
That’s what I aim to show you on December 13. So be sure to RSVP with one click right here, and I’ll see you there.
Editor, Inside Wall Street With Nomi Prins