Is the National Debt a National Disaster?

As many of you know, the national debt is
now well over $21 trillion. And again, we’re now getting confirmation
from Secretary of the Treasury, Steve Mnuchin as he testifies on the annual report of the financial
stability oversight council, before the House Financial Services Committee in Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill on February 6, 2018 in Washington D.C.. The federal government could soon be paying
more in its interest on its debt than it spends on the military, Medicaid, or even children’s
programs in the next few months. This is the same thing we’ve been talking
about for months in, months out. Talking about the underlying issues that no
one’s willing to talk about. The information is extremely crucial for anyone
who’s retired or even the younger generations that are just coming up in the ranks or as
they get older. We in the United States are in a position
where we will be paying more in interest than we do in three of the biggest programs the
United States has today. We’ve continued to talk about the underlying
issues here in the United States. As we continue to raise interest rates here
in the United States, this is the United States trying to accumulate more income preparing
for the crisis that they know is going to happen. I talk to retired citizens every single day
and 99% of the clients I talk to know that it’s not a matter of “if”, it’s a matter of
“when”. They know that a crisis is coming and they
are trying to figure out what to do. They’re all waiting for the telltale signs. Here at U.S. Money Reserve, what we want to be able to
do is prepare you in the most timely manner for what may be coming right around the corner. And to do that, we are now releasing, today,
the brand-new report “Crisis Ahead: The Three Mistakes That Could Trigger the Next Financial
Crisis”. Included in this report, you will get information
about the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies, bank lending, and the continued focus on the
trade war. For instant access to this month’s literature,
you can use the link in the description below to get your own e-book. Or call the number on your screen right now,
and we’ll get you a printed copy right away. As always, thank you for watching
U.S. Money Reserve’s Market Insights.

One comment on “Is the National Debt a National Disaster?”

  1. news and GK information with R.K says:

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