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Shocking New Report: Big Goverment Secretly Preparing To Confiscate Cash Like Gold! in 1933

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    April 26, 2015

    It’s not on the front page…yet.

    But it will be.

    Some governments, central banks and mega-banks are waging a secret war on cash. They are even talking about outlawing the use of physical currency. This new reality might be closer than you think.

    Consider these headlines (all from April 2015):

    • Large U.S. bank bans wire transfers, limits cash withdrawals (TheCrux)
    • JPMorgan Chase Bans Storage of Cash in its Safety Deposit Boxes (InfoWars)
    • Citi Economist Says It Might Be Time to Abolish Cash (Bloomberg)
    • Sweden moving towards cashless economy (CBSNews)

    Are you ready to have your bank take money from you for the privilege of having it on deposit? It’s called a “negative interest rate.” If cash is banned, you will be stuck with it.

    Do not be caught off guard by this disturbing new trend — read this free report now to get up to speed and learn how to protect your cash savings from government seizure.

    P.S. This report comprises several months of research from our friends over at Elliott Wave International, the world’s largest, independent financial forecasting firm. The research originally appeared in EWI’s latest issues of its U.S.-focused Financial Forecast Service. Subscribers pay $59 every month for access to their top-notch service (Click this link if you’re interested in subscribing risk-free and saving 45%.), but we have arranged for a limited-time to provide access to their brand-new report, The War on Cash, 100% on the house!

    About the Publisher, Elliott Wave International

    Founded in 1979 by Robert R. Prechter Jr., Elliott Wave International (EWI) is the world’s largest market forecasting firm. Its staff of full-time analysts provides 24-hour-a-day market analysis to institutional and private investors around the world.

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