In Just Four Days, Our Economy Changes Forever

by Andrew Zatlin

We're just days away from an historic moment.

Next month, our nation's economy will change forever.

What's about to happen? And how can we get ready to profit from it?

Read on to find out...

For a transcript of this video, see below. This transcript has been lightly edited for length and clarity.

In Just Four Days, Our Economy Changes Forever

July 2023 will be a moment that history professors will cover for decades to come.

In just a few days, the Federal Reserve will begin to launch a new banking infrastructure...

Perhaps the most important step on the path to creating a central bank digital currency ("CBDC").

This CBDC is called FedNow. And it will be a major milestone for the banking industry, the U.S. economy, and even your wallet. Here's what you need to know...

Start Your Engines

These days, banks take days to settle their accounts.

Ever tried to deposit a check and immediately access your funds? If the amount's too big, you can't do it. The bank will tell you it needs five days for the check to clear.

That's about to change. You see, the U.S. government has spent years – and billions of dollars – building a new banking highway. And this highway will open up to passengers this weekend.

This new highway will speed up everything, at least with respect to how we exchange money. Instead of transactions taking days to clear, they'll clear immediately.

And here's what's important to keep in mind...

This Could Change Things Forever

In the late 1950s, President Dwight Eisenhower enacted the Federal-Aid Highway Act, authorizing $25 billion for the construction of 41,000 miles of interstate highways. At the time, it was the largest public works project in American history.

The thing is, Eisenhower viewed this as a breakthrough for the transportation sector. But he probably didn't imagine the ripple effect that would change the country forever.

The creation of a massive, connected highway gave life to new restaurants, shops, and offices. And it even introduced the idea of suburban living. The entire U.S. economy boomed as a result of these highways...

And that's exactly what the Federal Reserve is hoping with its upcoming digital currency.

Taking its Cue from Blockchain

Essentially, the Fed is borrowing blockchain technology that came about when bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies emerged.

Blockchain, a digital ledger on which transactions are completed and recorded safely, demonstrates that money can be exchanged without the need of a middleman (i.e., a big bank).

Now this technology will be put to use with a federally created digital currency.

"Big deal," you might say. "I don't have anything to do with cryptos. This won't impact me."

On the contrary...

Your World Is About to Change

You're going to wake up next Monday to a different world.

This currency will impact banks initially, but it will eventually creep into your personal account.

Remember during COVID, when the government issued stimulus funds to every American? If that ever needs to happen again, the money won't get deposited in the form of dollars into your Wells Fargo (WFC) or Capital One (COF) account...

It'll likely be put into your very own CBDC account.

Of course, that's merely an example, and likely a scenario that is far down the road. In the meantime...

FedNow's Immediate Impact

Let's focus on the fact that FedNow will undoubtedly create a handful of winners and losers.

The losers, for instance, will be ones whose job revolves mainly around the current, archaic transactions. They're the gas lamp lighters at a time when electricity is about to be introduced.

As for the winners, my team and I spent months identifying how to profit from this opportunity. In fact, we released an exclusive report that outlined the amazing developments and potential investment opportunities.

Additionally, back in February, I let my "Pro" readers in on a little insight. Here's what I revealed:

Any CBDC that's centralized can process and confirm transactions at light speed. And that's because there's a centralized counterparty involved in all transactions – the Federal Reserve.

And guess what? Many of the world's largest banks rely on Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) to track and store transaction data.

This software company handles this data in a way that's much more secure and accessible than offloading to a cloud provider like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft (MSFT).

I advised "Pro" readers to invest in Oracle. And in the past four months, its stock is up a whopping 34%. That's fantastic.

Your Turn

Don't worry if you missed out on this opportunity, though. We're just getting started.

In fact, I've got another idea for "Pro" readers that could yield gains of 100% or even higher.

Folks, this is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make money. It's a chance to get in on the ground floor of something akin to Google (GOOGL) or Microsoft and reap the rewards.

Make sure you're one of my "Pro" members so you can take full advantage of this opportunity.

We're in it to win it. Zatlin out.



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