“I Created a Monster”

How A Pennsylvania Farmer Accidentally Lit a
$6 Trillion Fuse Box Under the U.S. Economy.

At first glance, Bob looks just like an ordinary farmer in the Pennsylvania countryside.

He enjoys taking a ride on his horse while checking out his harvest, and going to watch his grandkids play a game of basketball.

But unbeknownst to most of his neighbors, and 99% Americans, Bob is the most influential financial figure in history.

More influential than the Jerome Powell and Janet Yellen. And more impactful than Warren Buffett or Jack Bogle.

That’s because 40 years ago, Bob accidentally engineered a unique financial asset.

At first, it was no big deal. Few even noticed its existence.

But as the years passed, it grew into millions of dollars.

Then billions.

And now … it sits at $6 trillion.

Time magazine recognized the significance of his work in this expose, “80 Days That Changed the World” reflecting on his importance.

The New York Times proclaims he “set off a revolution.”

History Channel puts his importance up there with others who have changed the world: “Sometimes history is made by presidents, revolutionaries, artists, or groundbreaking scientists.

But at least once it was altered by a consultant sitting at his desk in Pennsylvania … in the late 1970s.”

He’s been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Forbes and nearly every other major financial publication.

He is praised by many as a financial hero.

The funny thing is… Bob regrets his invention.

“I created a monster” he confessed. “It was never intended to be what it is today. It wasn’t expected to be a big thing.”

And while most think Bob’s invention is an asset … a unique financial vehicle that will create prosperity … others, like myself, and Bob, see it for what it is … a $6 trillion fuse box that’s going to blow up 50 million American retirements.

As Bob knows, you reap what you sow.

This new video reveals why Bob’s invention is a ticking time-bomb that’s about to detonate…