San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 6, 2009
Now that the country is in a major recession, the news is reporting every day about a company that needs bailed out or that is cutting jobs. August Forthright predicted much of what is happening back in 2005 in his book Gold, Oil, and God: A Look At America's Future. In monthly newsletters he wrote about the housing bubble, the foreclosures, bank failures, US inflation, even the corruption of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
"People need to know that they are deliberately being misled about upcoming significant events that will impact their future," August claims.
August claims that he first became interested in the economy in the late 1990s. He didn't understand how dotcom stocks could be souring when the truth of the matter is that the companies weren't making any money. When the next decade rolled around, he was concerned about how the news was reporting about the financial calamities that were occurring daily, but never explained why they were happening. He continued his research for the next 7 years, perusing various non-traditional news sources. Time was also spent reading the Bible and in prayer.
Currently, he is one of the most well researched financial analysts and has learned a great deal about events and trends that have a huge impact on the economy and yet are never mentioned in the media. When clients come to him for financial advice he can provide them with the hidden secrets and sinister reasons why the government keeps them as such. If things continue down this path he predicts serious US inflation of the currency.
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The founder of Headsupforyou.net has had over 25 years experience in the professional/management industry and has worked for various Fortune 500 companies. In 2005 he took the penname August Forthright when he wrote the book Gold, Oil, and God: A Look At America's Future. His inspiration for the book was derived from his passion for learning about what was happening to the economy and his need to share his findings with other people. He has written about various topics including the housing bubble and US inflation.