Many people don’t recognize the true value of an individual’s contribution to society until he or she is gone.
That’s not quite the case with our colleague, Larry Edelson. He did have a large, loyal following before he passed away. But it still applies to him in this sense: The Edelson Institute he founded now has an even larger group of devoted fans than he had.
I’m among them. And as I dig more deeply into his big-picture forecasts, I uncover even stronger evidence that supports them.
A classic example: Larry’s prediction of the coming sovereign debt crisis. Repeatedly and consistently, he told us how it would strike in three distinct phases — first hitting the European Union, then Japan, and finally the United States.
He explained how it would corrode society, corrupt politics, and raise the risk of war. Plus, he predicted what’s widely known today as the global money tsunami, the tidal wave of flight capital flowing into U.S. markets.
Now, the Edelson scenario is unfolding in aces and spades.