Florida Research Firm That Predicted Trump Win Issues Shocking New Prediction

“Unless he’s actively defrauded… he will be the Republican candidate and… he’s going to win.” – April 21, 2016
Two years ago, a financial research firm near Miami, Florida made an unlikely prediction: underdog candidate Donald Trump would win the 2016 election.

At the time, The Huffington Post was giving Hillary a 98% chance of winning. The Washington Post declared, “Hillary has already won the presidency.”
On November 9th, 2016, as Newsweek prepared to roll out its “Madame President” issue, voters proved this firm right.
But now this firm is issuing an even more shocking prediction about Trump’s presidency…
Their prediction concerns a rare economic event 30 years in the making… a sudden and disturbing shock that will ripple out through every layer of American life… and the biggest challenge of Trump’s presidency…
In fact, on April 12th, they sent the White House a document with their findings…
Until now, they have kept this document under wraps. But recently a copy was posted online. You can learn how to access it here (very easy).
Given its contents, you probably don’t want to wait until it’s on CNN…
Bonner & Partners is one of the best connected financial research firms in America.
Their analysts have debated presidential candidates… acted as economic advisors to entire nations… and mentored billion-dollar companies. In fact, the economist making this newest prediction is also a New York Times best-selling author. He recently met with former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan to discuss America’s money supply.
What’s more, this economist has made big predictions before. And he was right then too.
In the following message, you’ll discover this man’s shockingly accurate track record for predicting world events… well before they happen.
But most importantly, you’ll also discover the sudden and disturbing shock he’s predicting now… And what it means for your savings, your investments, and the future of this nation…

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