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  1. Monetary Base Increased 400% since 2006: Federal Reserve Monetary Base:“Global Financial Data.” Global Financial Data. N.p., n.d. Web. <>.  
  2. US National Debt at $8.5 Trillion in 2006: Amadeo, Kimberly. “National Debt by Year: Compared to GDP, and Major Events.”About. About News, n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2014.
  3. Us National Debt at $17.9 Trillion as of 11/21/14: “U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time.” U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Dec. 2014.
  4. Rickard’s Quote: Rickards, James. Currency Wars: The Making
    of the next Global Crisis
    . New York: Portfolio/Penguin, 2011. Print
  5. Past Prediction 1: Stansberry, Porter. “Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Are
    Going to Zero.” Stansberry’s Investment Advisory IX (June 2008): 8. Stansberry’s Investment Advisory. Stansberry & Associates Investment Research, June 2008.Web. <>.
  6. Past Prediction 2: Stansberry, Porter. “A Letter from GM’s Chairman.”
    The S&A Digest
    (14 Mar. 2007): n. page. The S&A Digest. Stansberry &
    Associates Investment Research, 14 Mar. 2007. Web. < >.
  7. Past Prediction 3: Stansberry, Porter. “America’s Next Big Bankruptcy.
    Stansberry’s Investment Advisory. Stansberry & Associates Investment
    Research, Mar. 2009. Web. <>.
  8. Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck: Johnson, Angela. “76% of Americans Are Living Paycheck-to-paycheck.” CNNMoney. Cable News Network, 24 June 2013. Web. 04 Dec. 2014.
  9. Falling Labor Force Participation Rate: “Databases, Tables & Calculators by Subject.” Bureau of Labor Statistics Data. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Dec. 2014. <>.
  10. Lowest Labor Force Participation Rate since 1970’s: Ro, Sam. “LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATE FALLS TO LOWEST LEVEL SINCE 1978.” Business Insider. Business Insider, Inc, 02 May 2014. Web. 05 Dec. 2014.
  11. SNAP Participation Doubling During Obama’s Tenure: “Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participation and Costs.” All Data Are Subject to Revision. (n.d.): n. pag. United States Department of Agriculture, 7 Nov. 2014. Web.
  12. Children on Food Stamps: Lang, Susan S. “Half of U.S. Children — and Most Black Children — Will Use Food Stamps, Cornell Study Reports.” Cornell Chronicle. Cornell, 3 Nov. 2009. Web. <>.
  13. Americans receiving Gov’t benefits: Jeffrey, Terrence P. “Census: 49% of Americans Get Gov’t Benefits; 82M in Households on Medicaid.” CNS News. N.p., 23 Oct. 2013. Web. <>.
  14. Americans making less than $30,000: “Wage Statistics for 2013.” Social Security Administration, 5 November 2014. Web. <>.
  15. Fed buys 70% of T-Bills: Li, Hao. “Bill Gross: Who Will Buy Treasuries When QE2 Stops?” International Business Times. International Business Times, 2 Mar. 2011. Web. 05 Dec. 2014.
  16. Too Big to Fail Banks 37% Larger than 2008: Too Big To Fail Banks Growth: Snyder, Michael. “Too Big To Fail Banks Are Taking Over As Number Of U.S. Banks Falls To Record Low.” Zero Hedge. N.p., 4 Dec. 2013. Web. <>.
  17. Monetary Base Increased 400% since 2006: Federal Reserve Monetary Base:“Global Financial Data.” Global Financial Data. N.p., n.d. Web. <>.  
  18. Barron’s Subscriber Count: Alliance for Audited Media. “MAGAZINE
    Publisher’s Statement: BARRON’S.” Http:// Dow Jones
    & Company, n.d. Web.
  19. Investor’s Business Daily Subscriber Count: “About Our Subscribers.
    Investor’s Business Daily. N.p., Mar. 2013. Web. <>
  20. Chris Weber:  Weber, Chris. “Gold/Silver Ratio: Important Change.” Bullion Vault, 9 Mar. 2011. Web. 05 Dec. 2014
  21. Barton Biggs Quote: Biggs, Barton. Wealth, War, and Wisdom. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2008. Print.
  22. History, and Sovereign Debt: Sinclair, Jim. “Classic Examples Of Inflation :: Jim Sinclair’s Mineset.” Jim Sinclairs Mineset. Jim Sinclairs Mineset, 26 June 2009. Web. 05 Dec. 2014.
  23. Obama Propaganda: “Obama: “The Private Sector Is Doing Fine”” Real Clear Politics Video, 8 June 2012. Web. 05 Dec. 2014
  24. Bill Gross in Bloomberg: Nielsen, Bo, and Adriana Brasileiro.
    “Supermodel Bundchen Joins Hedge Funds Dumping Dollars”. Bloomberg L.P., 5 Nov. 2007. Web.  <>
  25. Jim Rogers: Jim, Rogers. “THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL.” THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL., n.d. Web. < >.
  26. Buffett on Bonds: Warren, Buffett. “Warren Buffett: Why Stocks Beat Gold and Bonds.”CNNMoney. Cable News Network, 09 Feb. 2012. Web. <–buffett–berkshire–shareholder–letter/>.
  27. Buffet Buys Duracell: Smith, Aaron, and Chris Isidore. “Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Buys Duracell Batteries.” CNNMoney. Cable News Network, 13 Nov. 2014. Web. 05 Dec. 2014.
  28. Rickards Gold Prediction: “Jim Rickards Gold Is Money $7 000 Gold Price.” YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 05 Dec. 2014.
  29. James Stewart Quote: Stewart, James B. “In a Volatile Market, Consider Options.” The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones & Company, 17 Dec. 2008. Web. 05 Dec. 2014.
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  32. Barton Biggs Quote 2: Ibid
  33. Nationalization of IRAs:Corn, David. “A New Obama Conspiracy: He’s Confiscating Your IRAs.” Mother Jones. N.p., 14 Jan. 2011. Web. 05 Dec. 2014
  34. FACTA: “FATCA SUMMARY.”Fatca. Thomson Reuters,
    2011–2013. Web. <>.
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Complete Original Testimonials of Quotes Used in Promotion:

#1. Tommy H

Received: 3/12/2009

Text: The Put Strategy Report has saved my portfolio. I follow it to the letter (and now also PSIA since I’m an Alliance member and Porter is hot these days!) I have some experience trading options and these ideas are solid. Keep them coming Porter!

 - “Tommy H”