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He called Microsoft at just 38 cents, Apple at $1.49 and Oracle at 51 cents.
He even beat Warren Buffett over a 15-year period, based on total return.
That’s why The New York Times called him “an icon amongst growth investors.”
What is “C-Day”? It’s the day America goes cashless…
And it could come as soon as Dec. 13, 2022.
America’s top financial forecaster, Jim Rickards, has uncovered all the evidence of a new central bank digital currency…
He got his hands on the executive orders issued by Joe Biden… the secretive plans of the Federal Reserve and other central bankers… and even the name of the company working on the new digital dollar.
With all the trouble in the news right now, many people are starting to believe America is about to reach an inflection point.
And folks who fail to prepare now may face financial challenges in the coming weeks and months.
If you'd like to see swift steps you can take right away to help give yourself and your family more peace of mind...
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