A short while ago, I heard about a book containing some radical ideas.
Intrigued, I got my hands on a copy and began to study it.
The ambition of this book is as bold as it simple: to break down human history into a formula that can be used to predict the future.
… and it does a very compelling job of it.
So compelling in fact, that I became determined to get the man who wrote it into our studio to learn more. I wanted to discuss some of his fascinating – and alarming – predictions in detail for UK investors. And I wanted it all on camera, so I could share it with you.
Luckily for me, I got my wish. I travelled down to London a couple weeks back and met him at our office. What followed was one of the most captivating conversations I’ve been blessed to have in our studio. It’s all on tape – and I’ve been chomping at the bit to send it out to you.
That book I read is called Breaking the Code of History. The man who wrote it is David Murrin. He’s an economic and geopolitical forecaster with a remarkable track record of being ahead of the curve.
Here’s just a glimpse of the topics we cover:
- America’s decline and the collapse of the dollar as global reserve currency
- How the UK has escaped it’s decline phase and is now in its ascendancy (as revealed by the Olympics, no less!)
- The spectre of Scottish independence, and how “Global Britain” is destined to clash with China
- The coming riotous wave of commodity inflation as we continue through the 2020s
- The end of “The Doomsday Bubble” and the final cycle of empire
- Sterling’s new status as a safe-haven currency, and the market implications.
And that’s just getting started.
As I say, this is one of the best interviews I’ve filmed in that studio, and I think it’s very much worth your attention – even if you don’t agree with all of David’s views. I hope you enjoy it:
If you’d like to learn more about David’s approach, I thoroughly recommend his book, Breaking the Code of History. You can get a copy at his website here, where he also shares his deep insight as a financial and geopolitical forecaster with regular newsletters to his subscribers.
I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did. With any luck we’ll be seeing David again in the near future.
All the best,
Contributing Editor, Fortune & Freedom