Recently, an award-winning filmmaker released a short video. It’s about a powerful, yet little-known asset once banned by the Pope, but now embraced. (The video quickly went viral — within days it was shared over 650,000 times.)
This special asset (not gold, silver, stocks, or bonds) has quietly been at the center of a 100-years long controversy within the Catholic Church.
In the 19th century, the Vatican called it “a speculation repugnant to the law of God and man.” It believed any financial instrument that paid interest was a damnable offense. The Roman philosopher Cato likened it to “murder.”
But today, the church has changed its stance on interest-bearing investments, or “usury,” as it has been called.
And now, everyday folks are having incredible financial experiences thanks to this one asset:
- A retired nurse named Linda. She invested $10,000 into this asset, and it’s now $22,000. She says she “never lost a penny.”
- A Midwesterner named Dave Osborne. He reported earning more from this asset in 6 years than he had gained from two decades of funding his 401(k).
- A man named Todd Baines. He says he’s now able to build wealth without worrying about what’s happening in the stock market.
The pastor’s church had racked up over $500,000 in debt thanks to several repairs and purchases.
Remarkably however, within four years of using this powerful asset, the pastor had accumulated enough money to pay back over half of the church’s loans! (That’s over $250,000 in four years.)
These stories—and specific details on this powerful asset—are all inside the award-winning filmmaker’s landmark presentation, here.
I guarantee you’ve never seen anything like this before. People have called it “life-changing” and a “godsend.”
To watch the entire video, click here. This is mandatory viewing if you’re saving for retirement or providing for your loved ones.
Senior Researcher, Palm Beach Research Group
P.S. One forensic accountant estimates not 1 in 1,000 people know about this powerful asset. This special video is one of the only places you can learn about it.