The greatest trick the Devil ever played was convincing the world that he doesn’t exist.
Inflation is here to stay. It wasn’t transitory. It never was.
Now we’re on the brink of economic collapse, the likes of which we haven’t seen since 2008. It turns out printing one-fourth of the total money supply in a matter of months isn’t a good idea. Who knew?
To make matters worse the company secretly pulling the strings behind everything is about to take center stage.
Enter BlackRock — the company that owns you and you don’t even know it.
Why You Should Be Scared of BlackRock
Founded by Larry Fink in 1988, BlackRock is the most powerful Wall Street fund in the world with $9 trillion worth of assets under management. That’s larger than the gross domestic product (GDP) of every single country around the globe, with the exception of China and the United States.
If you were to make $1 every second, you would be worth as much as BlackRock in about 240,000 years.
I know. You’re sick of it. There are plenty of companies and powerful people that have enough blood money to grind everyone into a paste. But here’s why you should be particularly scared about BlackRock.
BlackRock’s absurd liquidity means that if you look at just about every major publicly traded company in the world you’ll find that BlackRock is its first, second or third-largest shareholder. Go ahead, try it.
Now, with that out of the way let’s talk about why you shouldn’t be scared of BlackRock. You should be terrified.
What BlackRock Does is Terrifying
If you put the big three asset management firms together being BlackRock, Vanguard and StateStreet, they control a collective of…