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Richard Maybury
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"History repeats.  It can make you broke or it can rain money on you.  It all depends on what you know and do.  Understanding brings peace of mind, and profits."
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Dear Reader,

The two main trends affecting you today are war and debasement of currencies.

You may remember that in 2009, Newsweek discovered that General Stanley McChrystal’s use of the word Chaosistan (derived from Chaostan), and the subsequent rift in the Pentagon and Oval Office over the correct strategy in Afghanistan, were triggered by my Chaostan model.   McChrystal was the US commander in Afghanistan, and in June 2010 Obama fired him.

We’d long heard that Early Warning Report is read in the Pentagon and CIA.  Apparently this is true, and the White House does not like what the generals and CIA analysts are learning from EWR.

For more than a decade prior to 9-11, Early Warning Report predicted war, economic turmoil, riots, and political upheaval in the area I call Chaostan — the land of the Great Chaos.  I said that if Washington did not withdraw from Chaostan, America would be sucked into the chaos.  Many laughed.  Now they are silent, amazed at the accuracy of these forecasts (which included investments such as gold that would profit handsomely).

Believe me, there is a lot more trouble, and profits, coming.

The economic crisis and Washington’s war in Asia are just the tip of the iceberg.  The Chaostan model has been right on target. US officials have been paying for the war by printing dollars, and this has led to economic chaos inside the US and around the world.  Chaostan will likely continue being a major influence on your investments for decades.

map showing lands of Chaostan

If you are not already a subscriber to EWR, when you sign up you will receive your free Welcome Package that contains a six-page report, “Chaostan, The Full Story,” plus a detailed map of Chaostan hot spots, and other important data.  This package is revealing, stimulating and thought provoking.

You won’t hear an explanation of Chaostan from the mainstream media.  The new dangers and opportunities are too complex to be explained in ten-second sound bites.

I have long predicted that America’s 9-11 war and the dozens of other conflicts which have broken out in Chaostan will merge into a single colossal, bloody free-for-all, which will worsen the economic chaos, and will create even more profits for those who understand the causes.

Gloom-and-doom? Not at all. I am highly optimistic for those who are prepared. The turmoil can make you broke or rich; it depends on what you understand and what you do.

Is EWR really so interesting?  So important? 

Subscriber N.O. writes that he has “committed to renewing my subscription as long as I live.” 

Several readers have told us that they rip open the envelope and dive into EWR while still standing at their mailboxes.  Another reader says that after stopping at his mailbox on the way home from work he steers his car erratically up his driveway while reading EWR.

None of today’s military or economic crises are new to me.  Forty years ago I began studying east Europe, Asia and Africa, and in 1981 started developing the Chaostan model.

In economics, EWR has been in the forefront of explaining the “Battle of the Paradigms” (Keynesianism vs. Austrianism) the outcome of which will be the single most important determinant of our futures.  I use the Austrian model, which is endorsed by Ron Paul, the Cato Institute and many others.

“I look forward to reading every issue of your
Early Warning Report.” — Congressman Ron Paul


“I was in the financial newsletter business for 24 years, and I still know a lot of people in the business, and I don’t know anybody who is as universally respected by his fellow newsletter writers as Richard Maybury is.  There is so much competition, and even antagonisms in that business, but Maybury seems to stand apart from all of them.”  — Best-selling investment author Harry Browne


“It’s one of the few newsletters I read, and the only one I pay for.” — David Galland, Founder, Everbank


“Congratulations on being incredibly right for an incredibly long time.” — Reader W.W.


“You have taught me a great deal about economics, global policy, and general thought.  Your methods of giving simple analogies makes it easy to grasp the ‘macro’ issues.  I highly value your investment suggestions and have posted large gains from many of them.  I eagerly read each new EWR immediately when it comes in the mail.” — Reader B.D.


“Mr. Maybury is one of the truly original thinkers in the free-market movement in this country.” — Robert Ringer, author, Restoring The American Dream


“Early Warning Report is great and I’m afraid it’s right on.” — Reader C.P.

It’s simply not possible to print boxcar loads of money to pay for the war without wrecking the economy.  EWR warned about this many times in the years leading up to 9/11, and now the reality is here.  The Great Monetary Calamity that began in August 2007 still has a long way to go before it ends, and the government’s enemies in Chaostan are undoubtedly making plans to take advantage of Washington’s confusion.

As the dollar falls, I think the long-term trends for oil, gold and all other natural resources will continue strongly upward.  My minimum predictions are gold $3,000, platinum $3,000, silver $50, oil $300 per barrel, and gasoline $9 per gallon.

EWR is also one of the very few publications to report on the crucial factor called velocity.  (For an explanation of velocity see the 6/08 EWR.)

Do you want to know what others don't?  We often receive letters from subscribers thanking us for enabling them to dazzle their friends with the depth of their insights.

Eight out of ten EWR subscribers renew their subscriptions.  This is one of the highest renewal rates in the industry.  Subscribers know they need the insights we provide. These astute people include top corporate executives, financial advisors, small business owners and people from every walk of life who want to understand and earn profits.

For specific details about my investment track record, go to Track Record.

To get all this information over the phone in a private consultation with me, you would need to pay thousands of dollars.  In EWR, (published ten times per year) you receive my analyses for only $300.00 per year. However, we are presently offering EWR at special promotional pricing:

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Most EWRs remain as valuable and informative today as when they were first published, even those from the early 1990s.  To help you catch up on all the crucial insights and investment recommendations you've missed during the past year — analysis you cannot get anywhere else, not even in the Briefing Package — you can also order copies of the previous 12 issues of EWR for only $99.00. (Worth $180.00)

We often hear that EWR is exciting and eye-opening.  I guarantee that your friends will be awe-struck at your perceptiveness. You will have a rapt audience.  (The folks in the Pentagon and CIA certainly do.)

History repeats.  It can make you broke or it can rain money on you.  It all depends on what you know and do.  Understanding brings peace of mind, and profits.

Don’t wait another day.  Join the incisive group of people who can’t wait for their next issue of EWR and all the understanding it delivers.  Order now.


Richard J. Maybury
Editor, Early Warning Report newsletter
President, Henry Madison Research, Inc.

As far as we at Henry Madison Research have been able to tell, no one in the world saw this war and its economic consequences coming so clearly, or was so well prepared for it, as investors who read U.S. & World Early Warning Report newsletter.

“Chaosistan,” Newsweek, 19 Oct. 09, p.12.