”If you make any money, the government shoves you in the creek once a year with it in your pockets, and all that don’t get wet you can keep.”— Will Rogers
Our team ended 2022 by giving readers a free preview of our brand new miniseries; America’s Generational Failure.
We’ve put months (years, actually) of work into this financial exposé, and the results speak for themselves.
Thousands of readers watched Episode 1, and our inbox was flooded with positive feedback and appreciation for the information.
Now, we’re bringing it back for everyone who didn’t get to see it.
Each episode will be available completely free of charge (no signup required) for 24 hours before the next episode replaces it. You’ll want to mark your calendar so you don’t miss a single piece of valuable content.
Why is this information so important?
Because the trends (and people) we’ve been following for the last few years are expected to come to a head this year, and as a result, I expect some serious changes in the way we as Americans live.
That means changes in:
- The way our economy works.
- The way our housing system functions
- The way our government operates
- And above all, changes in the health and security of our dollar.
The truth is, your money isn’t yours. It’s just numbers the government can give – or take – at any time.
And that’s more evident today than ever before. The last few decades have seen our country destroyed by politics.
We were so waylaid by the divisive actions of the two party system that we forgot about basic economics and actually running our own country. Or by providing the opportunities most citizens need to plan for their own future.
Greed on Wall Street…
Political influence in Washington…
Fraud from Silicon Valley…
All have stolen the promise of greatness, or even a productive and happy life, from today’s young Americans.
It’s a true generational failure. A nightmare.
We’re left asking where has the promise of our ‘innovative society’ gone? Where did we go wrong? Who was it that sold us out?
And when did it happen? The nation had a bounty, a great harvest, but now we’ve lost sight of what we all believed was important, what we know leads to a prosperous society and happy families.
It’s so disappointing. How do we teach our children to save, plan and invest if the policy makers are raking us over the coals?
The worst part is, as we can see from the inflation rate, the cost of goods, the lockdowns, it’s your money as you head into retirement that will suffer most.
We’re already dealing with record inflation. We’re already dealing with wars we don’t need to be waged. We’re already dealing with energy expenses that threaten our very lives during the cold months.
In fact, the demise of the U.S. dollar may be the biggest story of 2023, with far reaching ramifications that will impact just about every facet of your financial future, your family life, the way you interact with the most important people in your life.
I’ve been talking to important analysts over zoom for the past several years, mostly since the pandemic lockdowns began. One of the most striking lessons I’ve learned from the intelligent, hard-nosed, thinkers in my network is that our country is on a path to nowhere. And blindly accepting it,
It might seem dour. But we’ve spent so much time worrying about politics and money… we’re actually destroying the country we claim to love. That’s not a light statement. It’s happening before our eyes.
Now that 2023 is here, I believe we’d all be wise to temper that ‘new year optimism’ with a dose of reality.
This first episode is called “The Day America Dies,” and it reveals some scary truths from people in the know.
Former Wall Street advisors …
And top financial analysts …
The writers whom you’ve already relied on for ideas.
Specifically, we explore the biggest financial and political trends facing American citizens and investors and your money in 2023.
My experts discuss what we as investors can do to protect ourselves from the ensuing fallout of massive government spending, impending debt, inflation and a fallout on stock prices we rely on for our savings and retirement.
The entire episode is just over half an hour (cut down from around 2 hours!) and is filled from start to finish with actionable info that you should listen to ASAP.
Trust me, this ain’t one you want to skip.
Follow your own bliss.
Founder, The Wiggin Sessions
Addison Wiggin is an American writer, publisher, and filmmaker. He was the founder of Agora Financial and publisher for 18 years. An acclaimed New York Times best-selling author, his books include: Financial Reckoning Day, Empire of Debt, The Demise of the Dollar, and The Little Book of the Shrinking Dollar. Addison is also the writer and executive producer of the documentary I.O.U.S.A., an exposé on the national debt, shortlisted for an Academy Award in 2008. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland with his family. Addison started his latest project, The Wiggin Sessions, powered by Consilience Financial, in March 2020. He films from a homegrown studio in his basement.