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America's Financial Apocalypse (2006) Chapter 10 Finally Released

For those who don't already realize it, Mike Stathis was the only person in the world who truly predicted the details of the real estate collapse and 2008 financial crisis.   

Previously, we released Chapter 12 of his book Cashing in on the Real Estate Bubble (2007). This book was specifically focused on ways to profit from the collapse of the real estate bubble.   You can download this chapter here

Although Stathis discussed several methods to profit from the collapse in the real estate market (i.e. buying distressed properties and investing in certain real estate stocks) his primary strategy was presented in Chapter 12, where he recommended readers to short specific sub-prime mortgage companies, as well as the homebuilders before the collapse began. He even presented a mini-tutorial on how to short stocks, and gave tips on when to begin entering short positions. 

Finally, in the same chapter Stathis also recommended readers to short Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. And he specifically mentioned these quasi-government agencies would most likely file for bankruptcy once the bubble popped, leading to a government bailout (more details leading up to shorting the mortgage stocks was presented in previous chapters of the book).

This was a much more difficult call to make because both Fannie and Freddie were thought by Wall Street to hold only investment-grade mortgages. But Stathis knew otherwise. 

He even mentioned that he felt Countrywide Financial was not as safe as Wall Street stated and implied it would collapse. That viewpoint was completely unheard of on the street until it collapsed.  

Moreover, Stathis discussed shorting General Electric (GE) and General Motors (GE) because he understood each had become consumer finance companies leveraged with massive amounts of toxic debt.   

According to the media, only a few people were able to make a windfall shorting the sub-prime mortgage stocks.

Michael Lewis wrote a book (with a movie later made) which made these same conclusions. Note that Lewis does not have any investment or financial expertise. As a result, he got many of the details and explanations in his book wrong. Stathis has exposed Lewis on several occassions and has discussed why Lewis is propped up by the media when it comes to investment topics. 

It's important to note that no one shorted Fannie and Freddie early on when these books were published because there was no one who thought these agencies stood a chance of collapsing...except Stathis.

At best, some other investors may have shorted Fannie and Freddie by mid-2008 after it was more obvious they were in deep trouble.  And no one thought GE or GM would collapse either...except Stathis. 

To our knowledge, none of the fund managers glamorized by Lewis or anyone else in the financial media shorted Fannie or Freddie at all. Instead, these overhyped fund managers made what Stathis has labeled the "easy call" by shorting what were considered to be junk bonds (the sub-prime mortgage stocks) during a period of rising risk.  

Stathis also accurately predicted the bottom in real estate prices in this book (35%).

You should note that real estate bottomed at 35% in 2011, at around five years after his written prediction; a remarkable forecast.  

No one else in the world made these predictions.

The reality is that if Stathis and his two books (America's Financial Apocalypse and Cashing in on the Real Estate Bubble) had not been banned by the media, anyone could have made a fortune by following his recommendations.

Also note that Stathis even predicted the bottom in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in America's Financial Apocalypse (2006) before the financial crisis began. He stated the Dow could collapse to 6,500 once the collapse materialized. 

By March 2009, the Dow had declined to 6,500 which would later turn out to be the bottom. But Stathis had warned about this bottom in his 2006 book. That was clearly a phenomenal forecast. 

And in early March 2009 when the Dow reached 6,500 Stathis reiterated his view that that this could be the bottom, so he advised investors to start buying. It's important to note that this was the first time he recommended investors to start buying (i.e. he was not constantly issuing buy recommendations with each decline).   

America's Financial Apocalypse (2006) contains dozens of additional forecasts which materialized (very few of his forecasts missed the mark).

In addition Stathis presented strikingly accurate and insightful analyses on free trade, U.S. healthcare, Social Security, the pension crisis, insider trading, and many other powerful topics.   

Remember, his books were banned for no reason other than to keep the truth away from main street and therefore huge profits away from the masses. 

Instead of Stathis, the media promotes con artists and clowns, all of which happen to be Jewish.

Today we are releasing Chapter 10, or the real estate bubble from America's Financial Apocalypse (2006).   Please check the attachment below to download this chapter. 

Feel free to forward this chapter as well as Chapter 12 of Cashing in on the Real Estate Bubble to Michael Lewis and all of the "experts" who have been credited with having predicted the financial crisis and real estate bubble/collapse. 

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