The Future of Money
& Wealth Conference

Presented by The Real Estate Guys Radio Show

Robert Helms

Russell Gray

G. Edward Griffin

Chris Martenson, PhD.

Robert Kiyosaki

Peter Schiff

Simon Black

April 6-7, 2018

Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida USA

Perhaps the MOST IMPORTANT
financial conference of the decade…

If you care about the future of YOUR money and
wealth, this is a conference you can’t afford to miss.

The world … and Americans in particular … are facing unprecedented financial change and challenges.

Of course, the flip-side of every challenge is an opportunity … but only for those who understand what’s happening and put themselves in a position to profit.

G. Edward Griffin

Ed is a renowned investigative journalist and is best known for his epic and controversial book, The Creature from Jekyll Island – A Second Look at the Federal Reserve. Ed has a deep and historical understanding of money, currency, central banking … and a knack for explaining all of it in an easy to understand way.

Chris Martenson, PhD.

An economic researcher and futurist, Chris is an expert in the relationship between energy and economics. Rising to prominence with his groundbreaking video series, The Crash Course, Chris is a best-selling author and hosts a popular podcast featuring interviews with a variety of thought leaders and subject matter experts.

Robert Kiyosaki

Famous for being the greatest selling personal finance author in history (Rich Dad Poor Dad series), Robert is a mega-millionaire investor in real estate, precious metals, and oil. He’s also an avid student of money, economics, and investing. He was one of the few pundits publicly warning the world about the 2008 financial crisis.

Peter Schiff

Peter’s a mega-millionaire investor, money manager, and outspoken financial pundit. A best-selling author in his own right, like Robert Kiyosaki, Peter was on record vociferously alerting people in 2006 about the impending financial crisis. Peter’s a popular speaker at financial conferences and hosts his own financial podcast.

Simon Black

A former Army intelligence officer turned international entrepreneur and investor, Simon Black is a modern-day renaissance man. He is an avid student of political and financial history, with an eclectic portfolio of investments and business ventures. Simon combines a sober, yet positive perspective to his analysis of global financial trends with a pragmatic approach to preparing for a variety of possible outcomes.

The Challenges

Global debt … and U.S. debt in particular … has reached INSANE
levels … FAR exceeding the rate of real productivity.

The Dollar in Decline

Central banks, led by the U.S. Federal Reserve, have created HUGE amounts of money and credit in an attempt to reflate asset prices. On the surface, it seems to have worked.

Stock markets are at record highs. Bond prices, though softening, have been strong … keeping interest rates relatively low.

But at what price?

Because the dollar is the world’s reserve currency, sovereign nations store much of their wealth in U.S. dollar denominated Treasuries … effectively loaning their savings to Uncle Sam.

They do it because they trust the value of the U.S. dollar.

But that trust has eroded over the last several years, with China … the largest foreign buyer of U.S. Treasuries … hinting recently they may slow … or even stop lending money to the United States.

China is the world’s second largest economy (#1 by some measures) with the largest trade surplus. They’ve also been buying lots of gold.

Does this mean China no longer trusts their future to the U.S. dollar?

China Conspiring with Russia

After President Nixon defaulted on the Bretton Woods gold-backing for the U.S. dollar in 1971, Uncle Sam made a deal with Saudi Arabia to sell oil in dollars. This gave birth to the “petro-dollar” and created massive global demand for dollars the world was dumping when the gold-backing failed. Today, Russia is the world’s largest producer of oil, surpassing Saudi Arabia in December 2015. China just happens to be the world’s largest consumer of oil. And guess what? China and Russia have been overtly conspiring to undermine the U.S. dollar … not just in oil trade … but in ALL trade. And by the way … Russia’s been buying lots of gold, too.

Crypto Currency Wars

Meanwhile, people all over the globe have been looking  for their own alternative to the dollar … and they’ve gravitated to crypto-currencies. Unless you were under a rock in 2017, you witnessed one of the most remarkable asset price run-ups in modern history … as Bitcoin exploded into the global consciousness.

Now everyone’s paying attention to cryptos.

Venezuela’s creating an oil-backed crypto. Several private companies have introduced gold-backed cryptos.

Crypto-currencies are now trading in futures exchanges … the same mechanism many gold pundits claim is used to suppress gold prices.

Maybe it’s just a coincidence Bitcoin crashed shortly thereafter.

Time will tell if cryptos will replace the dollar, merely remain a quirky alternative, or end up in the dustbin of history as just another spaculative fad gone bad. 

For now, governments, central banks, Wall Street, and Main Street are all taking cryptocurrencies seriously … which means you probably should too.

All this to say the U.S. dollar is under attack … on many fronts.

Of course, if the dollar fails again … like it did in 1971 … will it survive this time and remain the world’s reserve currency? Some outspoken pundits like Peter Schiff and James Rickards are convinced it won’t.

But if the dollar fails, it could mean exploding asset prices (hyper-inflation), sky-high interest rates, and a substantial transfer of wealth.

Chris Martenson puts it this way: There’s no question there will be losses. The only question is who’s going to eat them. Hopefully not you!

The Opportunities

Bond trader John Paulson famously made billions when the mortgage-backed securities markets failed in 2008.

Many people became Bitcoin millionaires … some billionaires … when the dollar effectively “failed” against Bitcoin.

In the wake of 1971’s Nixon shock, gold went from $42 an ounce to nearly $800. Many people became wealthy.

And of course, in the years since the 2008 financial crisis, many people have made fortunes in stocks, precious metals, real estate … even bonds.

The point is that all the potential chaos brewing under the surface is as much an opportunity as it is a threat … for those who are informed, connected, and prepared.

Mainstream headlines give you bits and pieces of the puzzle …
The Future of Money and Wealth helps you put it all together

A Bigger Discussion …

Maybe you’re familiar with some of this … or perhaps it’s the first time you’ve heard about Bretton-Woods, the petro-dollar, or the Chinese and Russian efforts to undermine the dollar...

But if you have wealth …or hope to … and are interested in growing and protecting wealth in the face of EXTREMELY volatile conditions …

… you’re going to need to invest QUICKLY in educating yourself and getting connected to the people and opportunities that can help you.

You can’t just do that on a website, reading books, watching videos, or listening to podcasts. Of course, you SHOULD do ALL those things as part of staying vigilant and informed.

But to REALLY get up to speed takes a MUCH bigger discussion.

And it starts with getting away from the daily grind and soundbite learning, and into a focused environment where you can absorb and process a lot of ideas, information, and perspectives.

That’s what the Future of Money
& Wealth Conference
is all about …

Thought leaders and subject matter experts getting together with hundreds of serious everyday investors to discuss and debate how to navigate what may be the most challenging and exciting mega-shift in economic history.

You’ll get no-holds barred commentary directly
from serious, savvy experts including …

More great speakers to be announced …

We’re lining up even more experts in crypto-currencies, oil, gold,
real estate, economics, investing, banking, and currency.

But you’ll get something even more powerful than just incredibly informative presentations from these experts.

We put them on panels. We ask them questions. We let them talk … learn … disagree … and ask each other questions.

It’s a chance to be a fly on the wall as these great minds take on the most pressing issues facing investors … and the future of money and wealth.

The great idea or warning you don’t hear … can’t help.
Put yourself in the right room with the right people

Here are just some of hot topics we’ll be discussing at The Future of Money and Wealth Conference …

Asset Prices – Real Value or Bubble Trouble?

No sane person could look at charts of global debt, stock markets, and crypto-currencies and not wonder if asset prices are mega-bubbles poised to crash.

Sky-high stock markets don’t necessarily reflect a booming economy.

Even a poor, insolvent person or business can appear prosperous with a big enough credit line. But at some point, the bill comes due.

The multi-million dollar question is whether these financial markets are prospering on borrowed time (and money) … or are they driven by solid, sustainable fundamentals?

Our experts will weigh in … and reveal not only what they think, but what they’re doing to profit and hedge in a world of levitated asset prices.

U.S. Tax Reform and the Impact on Real Estate,
Business and Investing

The last time the U.S. put through major tax reform back in 1986 … it ended up imploding real estate investing and destroyed the savings and loan industry.

It was a mini-version of the sub-prime mortgage banking crisis of 2008.

Are there any landmines hiding in the latest reform? 

Where is money likely to flow to and flee from based on the updated tax code?

Most importantly, where are the opportunities … and what should investors (real estate and otherwise) be thinking and doing as the revised tax code is rolled out?

The Future of Central Banking in the U.S. and World

Since 1913, the Federal Reserve has been the not-so-hidden wizard behind the U.S. dollar.

And in 1944, when the dollar became the world’s reserve currency, the Federal Reserve became the most powerful economic influencer on earth.

Some say the Fed has saved the world from financial ruin on more than one occasion. Others say the Fed is the cause of those very crises it purportedly fixes.

But as China and Russia conspire against the dollar’s global dominance, and crypto-currencies threaten to eliminate the need for ANY centralized currency issuer …

what’s likely to happen to the role of the Fed and other central banks and how will it affect YOUR investing?

The Role of Gold in 21st Century Global Economics
and Investing

Some consider gold an archaic relic and relegate it to the dustbin of financial history.  They say it has no role in modern finance.

It’s true, since 1971, when Nixon defaulted on the gold-backing of the U.S. dollar, gold’s role in international finance seems to have diminished.

Yet those paying attention point out that while Wall Street ignores gold, except as perhaps a gambling chip in their casinos …

… sovereign nations like Russia, China, Germany, and others are quietly repatriating and accumulating gold.

Why would they do this if gold has no role?

You’ve probably seen many television commercials touting private gold ownership.  Presumably people are buying it … or the commercials would stop.

And even though many gold pundits claim gold prices are suppressed to mask inflation, gold has been one of the best appreciating assets to own over the last 10-15 years.

Clearly central banks, governments, and individuals are buying up gold.  Why?

And what does the activity in gold say about the future of paper currencies like the dollar?  More importantly, what is the role of gold, if any, in YOUR portfolio?

The Potential Decline of Dollar Dominance
in Global Finance

After the dollar’s gold-backing ended in 1971, the era of the petro-dollar began.

The petro-dollar is a term used to describe the relationship between the U.S. dollar and global oil trade.

When nations are forced to buy dollars so they can buy oil, it creates demand for dollars … effectively propping the dollar up.

But today the largest oil producer (Russia) and the largest oil consumer (China) are overtly working together to end the reign of the petro-dollar.

What happens to the value of the dollar if global demand dries up ?  What happens to interest rates, the economy, and the value of YOUR savings, investments, income, and net worth?

What steps can YOU take to grow and protect wealth if the dollar’s role in global finance changes?

Crypto-currencies – Fad, Fraud, Future, or Threat?

No discussion of the future of money and wealth would be complete without a serious look at the crypto-currency phenomenon.

Hailed by freedom lovers as a liberator of dependence on overly-controlled and inefficient banking cartels …

… cryptos were first dismissed, then derided, by establishment bankers and politicians as the tools of terrorists, drug-dealers, and criminal money launderers.

Today, major institutions and sovereign nations are doing more than talking … they’re both attacking and embracing crypto-currencies.

China and other nations are attempting to ban cryptos. Russia, Venezuela and others are looking at cryptos as way to evade U.S. sanctions.

Meanwhile, Australia’s Perth Mint and Canada’s Royal Canadian Mint have both announced gold-backed crypto-currencies … as have several private companies.

Preparing for The Future of Money and Wealth

When you register for The Future of Money and Wealth Conference … you get more than just admission to an event.

In the weeks leading up to the event, we’ll send you articles, commentary, podcasts, and recommended reading to prepare you to get the most out of the all the great ideas, perspectives, and discussions you’ll be exposed to.

This event is SO much more than just a conference.

It’s a crash course on the many critical issues facing investors today … so you can take effective action towards growing and protecting your wealth in these unprecedented times.

With so much at stake ...

Perhaps the MOST IMPORTANT
financial conference of the decade…

The conference you don’t attend won’t help.

To discover that next great idea, warning, relationship, or opportunity you must put yourself in a position to find it.

We’re bringing in the big brains… prepping the advance study materials … and organizing all the details to create a powerful learning and networking environment.

But all of it can only help YOU … if you’re there.

So it’s decision time …

You can click away and hope your financial fairy-Godmother has your back … or that some financial pundit can give you the secret to safety and success in a two-minute sound-bite.

OR …

You can make a relatively modest investment of time and money … knowing just ONE great idea could make or save you FAR more than the price of admission.

It’s your call …

Registration Options

There are three registration levels:

General Registration

Includes admission to all sessions both days, exhibit area pass, breakfast and lunch both days, conference workbook, and a hosted cocktail reception in Friday night at the of day one.

Super Early Bird Pricing

Feb 9 thru March 8, 2018

Adult Individual $1997$697

Adult Partnership $3494$1194

Child Add On
(13-17 years old) $197

Young Adult
(18-25 years old) $997 $497

VIP Registration

(Limited Availability*)

Includes General Registration benefits PLUS early access seating, and additional hosted cocktail reception on Thursday night, and access to the VIP lounge (reserved for faculty members and other VIPs).

Super Early Bird Pricing

Feb 9 thru March 8, 2018

Adult Individual $2497$997

Adult Partnership $4494$1694

Child Add On
(13-17 years old)$297

Young Adult
(18-25 years old) $1997$697

All-Access Registration

(Extremely Limited Availability*)

Includes all benefits of General and VIP registration, PLUS breakfast and lunch both days with the faculty; preferred (upfront) seating, and dinner one night with the hosts and faculty (sorry, no children).

Super Early Bird Pricing

Feb 9 thru March 8, 2018

Adult Individual $3497$1597

Adult Partnership $6994 $3194

Child Add On
(13-17 years old)N/A

Young Adult
(18-25 years old) $3497 $1597

* LIMITED ACCESS REGISTRATION LEVELS are offered on a first come basis until sold out.