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Look Who’s Going Bankrupt Next in America

The multimillionaire who accurately predicted the collapse of so many of America’s most iconic companies says an even bigger surprise is just around the corner…

No one believed Porter Stansberry years ago when he said the world’s largest mortgage bankers (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) would soon go bankrupt.

Porter Stansberry says every wealthy person he knows is getting out of the dollar. He explains how they’re doing it, in his video here.

And no one believed him when he said GM would fall apart… or that the same would happen to General Growth Properties (America’s biggest mall owner)… or that oil would fall from over $100 per barrel to less than $40 a barrel.

But in each case, that’s exactly what happened.

And now, Stansberry says something new and even bigger is quietly unfolding in America (watch his video clip here):

In short: A terrifying new trend is creating thousands of new millionaires (Barron’s estimates 20,000 to 200,000 so far) while at the same time destroying the financial future for many others.

This trend involves an entirely new financial technology that’s about to change everything.

And this breakthrough has nothing to do with the “hot” new technologies the mainstream media is obsessed with these days, like electric cars, artificial intelligence, 5G, or robotics.

It’s actually much, much bigger.

According to Stansberry: “This is not simply another evolutionary step in technology… it’s a ‘hard fork’ — a change that happens, which can never be undone… which permanently changes entire societies.”

And Stansberry says it’s going to cause tens of millions of people to lose their jobs… and at the same time make millions of others, incredibly rich.

Don’t get left behind. Get the facts for yourself here.

Porter Stansberry went on camera for 10 minutes from his corporate headquarters to explain the full story. You can watch it free of charge here…

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About Innovations Report

Stansberry Innovations Report is a monthly research advisory that shows subscribers how to invest in the next technology revolutions. Editor John Engel looks for strong companies that are staking out their spots in the burgeoning technology industry, treating shareholders right, and providing the opportunity for gains.

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