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Exclusive Offer for Sovereign Man Readers:
Your access to what may be the most important, closed-door meeting of the year
Past attendees to this invite-only event include Billionaire Investors, Federal Reserve Chairmen and Wall Street CEOs. And I’ve arranged a way for you to listen in LIVE
Six Decades of History Show
Next Crisis Could Begin as Early as October
On October 9, a few hundred of the most powerful people in business and finance will gather together at the famed Plaza Hotel in New York City for a closed-door meeting.

It happens twice a year. It’s one of the most respected and exclusive events in the investment world.

And I’ve arranged for you, as part of Sovereign Man, to take part…
But in the 30+ years this event has existed, I think the ideas shared next month will be some of the most important in its history. Why?

For one, I believe we’re at a major turning point in the markets. After 40 years of declining interest rates, we’re finally starting to see a reversal. And the 10-year bull market that’s raged since the Great Financial Crisis is losing steam.

This has huge implications for your investments, your business and even the cash you hold in your bank account.

The coming market correction, whenever it occurs, will be swift. You can either be caught flat-footed, or you can be prepared… and position yourself to make a fortune as the events unfold.

Right now, it’s very important that you have the proper information. And the ideas shared next month at this meeting will be critical in helping you navigate what’s next.

Few people are ever able to get this close to the most powerful businesspeople in the world. So it’s a very big deal that I’m even able to extend this offer to you. And I hope you won’t miss out.

Before getting into the details, I want you to understand the caliber of this event. 

Over the years, billionaire investors, Wall Street CEOs, Silicon Valley chiefs and even two Federal Reserve Chairmen have participated.

You may know some of these names…
     
  • Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co
  •  Peter Thiel, PayPal co-founder and early Facebook investor
  •  Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve Chairman
  •  Ken Langone, co-founder of Home Depot
  •  Sam Zell, billionaire real estate investor
  • Kyle Bass, founder of Hayman Capital
  • John C. Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, Inc. and creator of the first index mutual fund.
You get the idea. It’s an impressive roster (believe it or not, there are even more impressive guests that won’t allow their name in print). And this event has been going on since 1985, so that’s just a tiny sampling of the greats that have graced the stage.

And this year, you’ll hear from one of the greatest hedge fund managers in history… He’s seen several market cycles in his career and his insights today are invaluable.

I’m talking about Stanley Druckenmiller.  

Druckenmiller worked with George Soros at the famed Quantum Fund until 2000. In 1992, the duo famously “broke the Bank of England,” when they made $1 billion in a single day shorting the British pound. Then he went on to fund the $12 billion Duquesne Capital (which generated average annualized returns of 30%) before shutting the fund down in 2010.

Druckenmiller is one of the greatest global macro managers in history. And he’s made an absolute fortune placing large, concentrated bets on major trends. He’s the man you want to listen to in today’s macro environment.

And he’ll be headlining this event. 

Very few people ever get an audience with Stan Druckenmiller. And you shouldn’t miss the opportunity if you do…

Again, I’ve arranged for you to hear, live, what Druckenmiller has to say to this exclusive audience.

Another incredibly sharp fund manager (and fellow billionaire), William Ackman of Pershing Square Capital Management, will also be in attendance.

Ackman has made billions for his investors and himself over the years, including making a 10,000% return buying mall operator General Growth Properties for pennies a share in the depths of the 2008 crisis.

And I have no doubt Ackman will have some ideas on how you can make a killing as this market reverses.

But these are just two of the impressive people you’ll hear from next month.

Again, if you’re worried about the markets today, like I am, you won’t want to miss the ideas shared at this meeting. They could literally be the difference between making and losing a fortune when the next correction hits.

But access to this event isn’t the only benefit I’m offering you today…
Your Invite to This Exclusive Meeting
Only one man could get so many heavyweights into a single room.

Luckily, that man – Jim Grant – is a friend of Sovereign Man. And he’s extended us an enormous courtesy by opening up the doors of his exclusive investment conference – which he’s hosted in New York City every year since 1985.

Jim is the founder of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer – one of the most respected financial publications in the world.

For 35 years Jim has shared his investment expertise and insights with Wall Street’s best and brightest.

Jim doesn’t advertise… in fact, everything about his business is old school. Still, the most impressive men and women in business and finance have found their way to Grant’s.
You can hear from a few of them below…
"The most gifted writer in all finance."
John C. Bogle,
founder of The Vanguard Group, Inc. and creator of the first index mutual fund
"Grant’s is the only investment research I pay for."
Jeffrey Gundlach,
founder of DoubleLine Capital, LP
"I used to like to read it [Grant’s] when he was criticizing me."
 Paul Volcker
Federal Reserve Chairman from 1979-1987
The letter was the inspiration for two young fund managers to short the mortgage market – and make an absolute fortune. 
From the movie
We didn’t really find Jared Vennett’s housing bubble pitch in the lobby of a bank that rejected us.
The truth is, a friend told Charlie about it. And I read about it in Grant’s Interest Rate Observer.
Jim’s newsletter is even mentioned in the movie The Big Short
It was the inspiration for two young fund managers to short the mortgage market – and make an absolute fortune. 

In other words, when you read Grant’s, you’re in good company. 

But I want to warn you up front, Grant’s isn’t for everybody. He doesn’t hold your hand through trades and tell you exactly when to buy and sell. And, while I’m personally a huge fan, he writes for a sophisticated audience.

However, if you’re serious about investing and earning an incredible education in financial history and markets, you should 100% be reading Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. Nobody presents higher-quality ideas or gives you access to more elite investors than Jim.

And then there’s something else Jim does that no one else in the world can offer – access to his exclusive network at the biannual Grant’s conference.

His readers pay $2,150 to attend each conference. And those who can’t attend in person pay $1,750 to watch the presentations live online.

But I’ve arranged a very special deal with Jim, exclusively for Sovereign Man readers…

It’s a way for you to sign up for his newsletter and view his world-famous investment conference, live, completely free

You’ll likely never get this opportunity again (Jim rarely makes special offers for Grant’s), so I’d highly encourage you to take advantage of it now. 
And to learn more about the inimitable Jim Grant, simply read the note below from his team at Grant’s

You’ll likely recognize the name of his very first subscriber – a dear friend to Sovereign Man.

Simon Black,
Founder, SovereignMan.com
Here's What The Grant's Team Has To Say...
Subscriber No. 1… A Man You May Know
Our very first subscriber to Grant’s Interest Rate Observer back in 1983 was a guy named Jim Rogers.

You may know Jim as the “Investment Biker” or the hugely successful former partner of George Soros.

Between 1970 and 1980, the Quantum Fund (which Jim co-founded with Soros) gained 4,200% versus just 47% for the S&P 500. Jim retired shortly thereafter.

But he remains a loyal Grant’s subscriber to this day. So loyal, in fact, he allowed us to quote him in this piece:
"I was Jim’s very first subscriber because I knew he had the gift decades ago. It has been an extraordinary adventure full of insight and discovery ever since. I continue as an avid reader. I cannot say that about many others."
Jim Rogers
In addition to Jim we had…

Barton M. Biggs, former Loews Corp. CEO Laurence Tisch, Byron Wien, Leon Levy and hedge fund-pioneer and former Oppenheimer & Company chairman Jack Nash.

Somehow---gratifyingly---the best and the brightest of Wall Street found time for our startup.

These early readers were the base from which Grant’s grew to reach thousands of people around the world. We’d list their names in the ads we bought in Barron’s, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal under the headline “They read it in Grant’s.”
And what was “it” these folks read?

Simple… Or actually not so simple. A team of analysts, led by Jim Grant, who tirelessly hunt for new ideas – things off the beaten path. 

For decades, Grant’s has worked to identify the most value-laden investments – and the most fetching candidates for a short sale. We’ve cast our analytical net wide over countries and asset classes. We’ve combined the big picture and the small – macro ideas and individual securities alike.

With the ultimate goal of making our readers money…
How One Grant’s Reader Made $15 Billion
Grant’s aims to see the present more clearly and to squint into the future more imaginatively.

Twenty-four times a year, we strive to uncover good ideas and to expose bad ones.

But our main goal is to tell you the next important event in the markets. And sometimes we succeed.
  • As with the tech bubble in 1999
  • The 2008 mortgage crash
  • The 2009 recovery in financials
  • And the 2012-13 rise in house prices
How have we been so prescient over the years?

We don’t have fancy, financial computer models or a team of MBAs and PhD’s to help us make these predictions. And we don’t have access to any kind of special information.

But we have been immersed in the markets for over 30 years. And we’ve studied the financial history of the past 200 years.  None of which guarantees clairvoyance—nothing does. What we do claim is the capacity to see the present in the context of the helpful lessons of the past.

Like when we warned about the mortgage debt bubble in September 2006.

From the September 8, 2006 Grant’s:
“Overvalued,” we, in fact, judge trillions of dollars of asset-backed securities and collateralized debt obligations to be, and we are bearish on them. Housing-related stocks may or may not be prospectively cheap; they at least look historically cheap. But housing-related debt is cheap by no standard of value. For institutional investors equipped to deal in credit default swaps, there’s an opportunity to lay down a low-cost bearish bet.
One publicity-shy Grant’s reader used this information to make $15 billion in profits. You read that correctly… $15 billion.

So astute was our coverage, and so generous was our reader, that the gentleman tendered us public thanks.  

We were also featured in the movie The Big Short… It was just a bit role.

In the film, two young fund managers – the guys from Cornwall Capital – were inspired to short the market after reading an issue of Grant’s.

We’ve also been featured in some more mainstream publications like CNBC, Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Barron’s and the New York Times – to name a few.

Financial Times veteran John Authers, reviewing a published collection of pre-crisis Grant’s articles in the FT in the fall of 2008, had this to say:

If Grant could see what was happening this clearly, and warn of it in a well-circulated publication, how did the world’s financial regulators fail to avert the crisis before it became deadly, and how did the rest of us continue to make the irrational investing decisions that make Mr. Market behave the way he does?

Then, in 2009, we turned bullish on bank stocks. From the March 2009 Grant’s Interest Rate Observer:  

If there is anything scarier than owning the stocks of banks, brokers and insurance companies during a credit liquidation, it’s being short them during the post-crisis moon shot.
At the time we wrote that piece, the Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLF), a portfolio of bank stocks, was trading at $7. It did not stay at $7 for long. It positively levitated. Options on the XLF, also discussed in Grant’s, exponentially levitated.
Our work even made the cover of Time in 2016 for an article we wrote about the national debt.
While acclaim and media coverage are nice, I’m happiest that Grant’s still attracts the right audience.

That’s the whole secret to our success…
Something You Can’t Get Anywhere Else
The most important aspect of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer is our family of readers. For decades, they’ve provided ongoing insight and conversation for our pages.

It all started with Jim Rogers, whom we mentioned above. But it’s grown to reach many more, equally impressive folks.

These are men and women who manage trillions of dollars, shape government policy and, frankly, make a difference in the world.

We’re honored these leaders of thought and finance still lean on Grant’s for fresh ideas and inspiration.

And even more honored when they share their valuable insights with Grant’s readers in both our publication and at our members-only events.

Over the years, we’ve featured exclusive insights from people like:
  •  Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co
  •  Julian Robertson, co-founder of Tiger Management Corp.
  •  Frank Brosens, co-founder of Taconic Capital Partners
  •  Jim Chanos, founder of Kynikos Associates, LP
  •  John Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, Inc.
  •  Bill Ackman, founder of Pershing Square Capital Management, LP
  •  Stanley Druckenmiller, Duquesne Family Office, LLC
  •  David Einhorn, co-founder of Greenlight Capital, Inc.
  •  And more…
And in addition to sharing ideas with Grant’s readers and conference goers, these masters of the universe sometimes have time to say a nice word about our publication…

It's always enlightening--and fun--to read whatever Jim Grant writes.  He is at once a brilliant analyst, an opinionated (and sometimes harsh) critic, a provocateur with a quick wit, and--most of all--the most gifted writer in all finance. So of course, I am a regular and devoted reader of his Interest Rate Observer. –  John C. Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, Inc. and creator of the first index mutual fund

Grant’s is the only investment research I pay for. Jeffrey Gundlach, founder of DoubleLine Capital, LP

He has a way of putting issues and great insight that is both meaningful but can be humorous too. He’s got a manner about him and an ability to write that is remarkable.Paul Volcker, former Federal Reserve Chairman

Ideas are what this business is all about. The more the better, we say.

Over our three decades in the business, we’ve built an impressive network of friends and associates. And we regularly feature thoughts and ideas from these folks in our flagship letter.

You can’t get this kind of information or access anywhere else. 
How Grant’s Can Help You
Grant’s doesn’t promise overnight, 1,000% gains. If you’re looking for that kind of advice, you would have stopped reading by now…
 
At Grant’s, we want a reader who isn’t afraid to think. Who loves ideas. Who puts down an issue of Grant’s, so taken with an idea, he starts on a quest for knowledge all his own. 

When you sign up for Grant’s, you get 24 issues a year. 

Every two weeks, you’ll hear from Jim Grant and his team of analysts, led by the incomparable Evan Lorenz, CFA.
In every issue, you get the latest market commentary from Jim… Along with expert securities analysis and investment recommendations. And, every now and again, one of our better-known readers will chime in.  

But, most importantly, you get access to the same research, at the exact same time, as many of Wall Street’s elite.

The cost to join this little club?

A one-year subscription to Grant’s Interest Rate Observer is $1,295.

As a subscriber, you receive a new issue every two weeks – both online and in the mail.

We keep track of every actionable investment we cover on our subscribers-only website, which you can easily search by publication date.

You also get full access to Grant’s 35 years of easily-searchable archives.
Free Live-Streaming Access to the Grant’s Conference
And, when you sign up today, we’re granting you online access to our live event at the Plaza Hotel on October 9.

You can watch every presentation from the comfort of your own home, in real time.

If you’re busy that day, no problem.

Just log into our website the following day (or any day) to catch a full replay of the event.

We normally charge $1,750 for this access.

But when you become a Grant’s Interest Rate Observer subscriber today, you can join us for free.

It more than pays for your first year’s subscription… And the ideas shared at the conference will pay even greater dividends.
It’s rare to have so many great minds in a single room.

Where else can you hear from guys like Stanley Druckenmiller and Bill Ackman?

Thankfully, they’ve found value in Grant’s pages over the years. And they’re willing to share their invaluable wisdom with a select group in return.

To be among that select few, simply become a Grant’s subscriber below.

And when you sign up, we’ll send you instructions on how to access the Grant’s Conference livestream on October 9.

Due to the nature of this offer, we can’t provide any refunds.

So only sign up if you’re serious about reading Grant’s Interest Rate Observer.

But if it’s good enough for Jim Rogers, Jack Bogle and Jeffrey Gundlach… we’re confident you’ll be happy with your subscription.

Best Regards,
Philip Grant
Associate Publisher, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer
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