Despite constant reassurances from federal overseers, Americans are becoming increasingly aware of the economy’s frail nature.
While media pundits and analysts desperately push the failure of central planning and Keynesian economics, these five experts continue to be proven right on the dangers of reckless spending and debt.
Here are five renowned experts who warned of the now-present, slow-motion financial collapse.
Former presidential candidate Ron Paul is known best in financial circles for his clear 2003 prediction of the housing bubble crisis. Paul joined the Alex Jones Show in late 2014 to once again warn of the country’s slide into economic disaster.
Paul Craig Roberts
Known as the father of Reaganomics, Paul Craig Roberts gave his views on the coming collapse during a show last January.
A renowned trends forecaster, Gerald Celente, known worldwide for his accuracy on global events, provided tips on surviving hard economic times earlier this year.
Peter Schiff, a respected financial expert who also predicted the housing bubble crisis, talked last January on America’s future and what he feels will happen once this latest bubble bursts.
Economist and television broadcaster Max Keiser discussed the dollar’s sluggish collapse and other telltale signs of the sinking economy during a 2014 interview.