Trump Calls U.S. Economy a “Disaster” … But Can He Fix It?

Like it or not, Donald Trump is running for President.

And a recent CNN/ORC poll reveals that Trump leads all candidates by 83% when respondents were asked who can improve the U.S. economy.

This simple sandcastle analogy proves an economic collapse is imminent. Click here to see how...
This simple sandcastle analogy proves an economic collapse is imminent. Click here to see how…

But Trump knows creating more jobs, reducing our nation’s debt and making the economy stronger will not be easy.

In fact, Trump doesn’t mince words on the issue: “I never thought it was going to be this bad … it’s a complete disaster.”

He then boldly declares: “The country is in serious trouble.”

Trump’s solutions to boost the economy include:

  • Break OPEC’s grip on energy prices by passing NOPEC legislation
  • Crack down on China’s currency manipulation
  • A 5-point tax plan to spur job and wealth creation
  • Kick out criminal illegals, complete the border fence and reform America’s legal immigration system
  • End Obamacare and create a better, more affordable plan

But will Trump’s plan work?

Unfortunately, a well-known economist with no political agenda, says “It doesn’t matter who the next president is — a complete economic collapse is unavoidable.”

His name is James Dale Davidson.

In a recent interview, Davidson told me, “Right now, there are five key indicators screaming that the U.S. economy is about to CRASH! And there’s nothing Obama, Clinton, Trump or any other politician can do to stop it.”

Editor’s Note: Click Here to See the 5 Indicators That Prove the U.S. Economy Will Crash

Davidson’s predictions are so accurate, he’s been invited to shake hands and counsel the likes of former presidents Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton — and he’s had the good fortune to befriend and convene with George Bush Sr., Steve Forbes, Donald Trump, Margaret Thatcher, Sir Roger Douglas and even Boris Yeltsin.

He has a remarkable track record of calling every major economic shift over the last three decades. For example, Davidson predicted the collapses of 1999 and 2007, along with the fall of the Soviet Union and Japan’s economic downfall, to name just a few.

Hence, if Davidson calls for an economic collapse, one should pay heed.

Davidson went on to say, “I know that everywhere you turn things look pretty good. Stocks have been in a bull market, housing prices are up, and the dollar is strong. But remember, the exact same scenario played out in 2007. The entire economy is about to unravel fast. Very fast.”

More specifically, Davidson predicts that “the stock market will plummet by 50%, real estate will crash by 40%, savings accounts will lose 30% and unemployment will triple … it will be a complete economic crash that makes 1929 look like a walk in the park.”

(To see Davidson’s research behind these predictions, click here.)

“I am not a man who likes to preach doom,” Davidson reminded me.

Indeed, during his career, he’s made investment recommendations that have spun off a good deal of money … like the $10 million windfall he banked in a natural-resource company, and the time he told people to scoop up Philip Morris for gains of 405%.

And although our future may seem bleak, as Davidson says, “there is no need to fall victim to the future. If you are on the right side of what’s ahead, you could seize opportunities that come along once, maybe twice, in a lifetime.”

In a new video presentation, Davidson not only explains exactly why the economy is on the cusp of collapsing, but he also reveals what he and his family are doing to prepare right now. (It’s unconventional and even controversial, but proven to work.)

While Davidson intended the video for a private audience only, original viewers leaked it out and now tens of thousands are downloading the video every day.

One anonymous viewer wrote “Davidson uses clear evidence that spells out the looming collapse, and he does it in a simple language that anyone can understand.”

Indeed, Davidson uses a sandcastle, a $5 bill, and straightforward analogies to prove his points.

With his permission, I reposted the private video below.

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Click the play button to watch it, or just go here.