Lara & Murphy – How to Weather the Coming Financial Storms

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Carlos Lara and Robert Murphy in this video pod cast have pretty much laid out what we have been saying for years, including our 2011 lecture and book Money Uncensored.  We’ve met both these men and read their book. Both are adamantly saying financial storms are coming.

The difference between then and now is that time is getting much shorter. Robert and Carlos are Austrian Economists who discovered R. Nelson Nash’s famous Infinite Banking Concept featured in his two books Becoming Your Own Banker and Warehouse of Wealth, as well as our own book and lecture series Money Uncensored.

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We’ve met both these men. Much like ourselves, both Robert Murphy and Carlos Lara are warning a very large financial crisis is coming.  Robert makes the case that the coming financial storms have a possible sequence of how they will hit the world.

The global markets are poised to crash.  And really, even just a modest shock could send the whole house tumbling down across international borders.

 

While these two are suggesting using their practitioner program to find a good adviser that understands the Infinite Banking Concept, there are plenty of good advisors out there. They include the many insurance agents in North America that follow Pamela Yellen’s Bank on Yourself as well as the insurance agents that belong to MGAs that teach the concept to their agents.
 

 

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Leslie Michael Jr. was born and raised on the Westcoast of British Columbia, Canada. He is a lecturer of Money Uncensored, a series of presentations designed for North Americans and people from around the globe to better understand the financial direction this world is headed and what they can do to protect themselves financially.

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