Behind the scenes, THE world's most famous investor is making aggressive strategic moves to prepare for a financial plague — one which nearly EVERY expert is ignoring.
You know him as the Oracle of Omaha, The Sage of the Plains, the billionaire ($47 billion to be exact) that founded Berkshire Hathaway.
You ALSO know him as a simple, down-home guy who likes Cherry Cokes and playing bridge with his high-school friends.
After all, he still lives in the same neighborhood ("Happy Hollow" it's called) in the exact house he bought back in 1958 for $31,500, home to the driveway that hosted the baby-blue Volkswagen Beetle he drove for years, even after making his first millions.
He is also recognized for being a great philanthropist, already giving away tens of billions and publicly pledging to give 99 percent of his wealth to charity.
Warren Buffett IS the quintessential American success story.
But did you know he has also been labeled . . .
A Fool, Old-Fashioned,
Every few years, the Wall Street pundits and young "experts" come out and say "He's got it wrong this time."
During the late '90s, for example, Buffett was mocked for not joining the "dot-com party." While novice investors were making 35% year-over-year gains from tech startups, Buffett was buying boring stocks in energy, insurance — even furniture rental companies.
His returns of only 10% to 15% annually were dwarfed in comparison to the tech industry.
Nevertheless, when faced with criticism, Buffett responded with his homespun wisdom at the ready.
And those pundits and know-it-alls? They were all swimming naked . . . having lost their shirts when the dot-com bubble burst.
But not Buffett.
In a true "Tortoise and the Hare" storyline, Buffett and those who adhered to his investment advice amassed fortunes.
And do you remember when everyone was jumping into real estate back in the early 2000s? Real estate agents, soccer mom "house flippers," and mortgage brokers became overnight "millionaires" as banks allowed them to leverage all their money (heck, banks were even lending to speculators who had NO money).
Once again, avoiding the bandwagon, Buffett came under fire from his critics. Of course, he knew better and quietly warned:
And it did get interesting: The housing market collapsed, directly affecting each and every one of us. But not Buffett. His investments in real estate remained minimal.
In 2009, the critics were at Buffett's throat again.
This time it was for BUYING stocks, such as Goldman Sachs and General Electric, as the Dow tumbled under 7,000.
Experts, such as CNBC's Doug Kass, condemned Buffett saying:
"From my perch, Buffett's salad days seem to be over; the only question that remains is the timing and to what degree investors will abandon the Oracle of Omaha."
And how did Buffett respond?
Today, the stocks Buffett bought in 2009 have more than doubled — delivering Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway investors billions.
Perhaps it's time for certain "experts" to come off their high perches for a lesson in investing with a side of humble pie.
Of course they won't. Would you believe . . .
Buffett's warnings are
on deaf ears — AGAIN!
And these warnings regard perhaps the single most important factor that almost everyone ignores.
Should You Take
Just listen to the experts!
Inflation is as violent as a mugger, as frightening as an armed robber, and as deadly as a hit man. — Ronald Reagan
Inflation is taxation without legislation — Milton Friedman
When runaway inflation and bank failures struck in Germany in the 1920s, the middle class was destroyed, which led directly to the rise of the Nazis — Nick Clooney
Inflation is like a sin; every government denounces it and every government practices it — Frederick Leith-Ross
By a continues process of inflation, government can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, and important part of the wealth of their citizens — John Maynard Keyes
In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value — Alan Greenspan
Of course the critics will say . . .
"But inflation is just a fact of life,"
"It's only a measly 2% to 3% a year."
"It's nothing to worry about. Besides, there isn't anything you can do about it."
After the dot-com bubble, the real estate bubble and the 2009 stock market crash, who do you trust?
I'm putting my money on Warren Buffett!
Inflation is a serious disease, one that has haunted all currencies since their inception. This plague, left untreated, leads to certain death.
Inflation wiped out the savings of its victims in Germany in 1923, Greece in 1944, Hungary in 1946, Taiwan in 1949, Yugoslavia in 1994, and most recently to Zimbabwe, in 2008. At one point in Zimbabwe . . .
Prices DOUBLED in 1 DAY
And the dollar may very well be inflations next victim.
"But we aren't Zimbabwe, we are much more advanced," you may be saying . . .
Well, consider the following:
- Since 1912 the dollar has lost 95% of its value
- In the last six months alone, the greenback has lost more than 6% of
its value against other key currencies, like the euro, yen, and Swiss Franc,
according to Bloomberg News.
- In the past year, the buck has fallen by 14 percent!
Bottom line: Inflation is both inevitable and fast-approaching.
You can't change it.
But you CAN plan for it.
Well, that's what we wanted to know.
So we asked ourselves, "WWBD?" (What would Buffett do?)
The same guy that saw the dot-com bubble, the real estate bubble and knew when to buy at the bottom of the market — yeah, we're pretty sure that guy's got a plan.
So, over the past few months, we have been hot on his trail to find out what he's saying, and more importantly, what he's doing.
Here's what we found out:
Warren Buffett Has Been
Sounding the Alarm for Months
It's just that nobody is listening to his warnings about inflation.
Take a look:
Buffett has been trying to warn us about inflation for years, saying inflation is a "hidden tax" on everyone and that it will slowly eradicate your investments and savings.
You Have Two Choices . . .
You can do nothing and put your life savings with those that say inflation is not a concern. Or you can listen to what Warren Buffett has to say, and be prepared for an inflation nightmare.
I plan to go with multi-billionaire with the incomparable track record.
But Is It Really That Simple?
How can you know, exactly, what he is doing, as he does it?
Admittedly, watching what Buffett is doing can get tricky . . .
You have a busy life. You have family, friends, responsibilities, and leisure activities you would prefer to attend to.
It's not possible to follow this billionaire around 24/7.
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