The World's Richest CASHED OUT $170 BILLION *just* Before the Market Meltdown

Published May 13, 2022 6,248 Views

Billionaires Cashed out $170 BILLION before CRASH.. Add me on insta @ThisisJohnWilliams

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Did you know the richest and most successful CEO's of all time sold out of all or most of their stock at all time highs in the stock market? The stock market has wiped out over $5,000,000,000,000 (yes 5 trillion dollars) in grains so far in 2022.

Meanwhile, the worlds elite and the richest and most successful business people in the world sold and secured over $170,000,000,000 (one hundred and seventy billion dollars) before the market crashed.

Now the market is crashing and investors across the world both stock investors, crypto investors, real estate investors, bond investors and all investors alike are sitting there scratching their head wondering what has happened.

I believe we are going to witness the biggest stock and crypto crash that we have ever seen over the next two years. I believe that we will step into an era in finance where people are afraid to invest their money in volatile assets and instead opt in to securing a primary home and keeping things very defensive from an investment perspective. I bet the world of speculation across stocks and real estate will soon fade as interest rates increase and the crisis worsens.

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