About Jim Rickards
Jim Rickards is a financial advisor for the CIA who follows threats to US economy and security and has published a new report that is designed to help people protect themselves from future economic crashes.
How Does It Work?
According to the website, James Rickards, or Jim, says that all the work he has been doing for the CIA leads to one conclusion - that America is on the verge of a historic financial meltdown.
But he claims he can help people keep safe from this economic catastrophe by using his comprehensive package, called The Project Prophecy 2.0 Action Plan. This plan will walk you through step-by-step measures to take with your investments and personal finances.
To get access to this special report, you'll need to subscribe to The Money Map Report, their primary publication which is issued on a monthly basis.
The Project Prophecy 2.0 Action Plan is free when you subscribe to The Money Map Press. The Basic Package subscription costs $39.50 and includes 12 Editions of The Money Map Report, Real-Time Trade Alerts, Weekly Dossiers on Major Economic Events, Exclusive Video Briefings, access to The Money Map Report Members-Only Website, and special reports like Jim Rickards' other publication The Death of Money.
The Executive Package subscription includes all of that, as well four additional bonus books and reports, for a cost of $79.00.
This website states that regardless of either subscription you choose, you are offered a 90 day period of time in which to cancel your subscription and request a refund of your subscription fees.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who wish to speak with Customer Service about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 888-834-8339, or by traditional mail at 16 West Madison Street, Baltimore, MD, 21201. This contact information is for Money Map Press, as Jim Rickards does not provide any of his own.
Jim Rickards has a well regarded number of previous publications that are both best sellers and highly rated by independent reviewers.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are many different financial publications that offer people investment advice for avoiding future financial hardship, including the Nova X Report, Money Morning, Agora Financial publications, and more.
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16 ‘Jim Rickards’ Reviews
I agree that we need working farms, & the people that know how to run those farms (of all kinds). We would not de able to eat without them! But it's already almost 2018. Trump is doing a good job at destroying our way of life already. So why would anyone spend between 39.95 - 79.95, on something that they claim, "is free". Common sense tells me IT'S A SCAM!! If you have the money to waste, try not to waste it, there are a lot of really great non-porfit org. you could give that money to, or just hold on to your money, or help your family & friends. But if you want those books & newsletters, that they say is 90 days free, just start trying to cancel your subscription quickly after starting it, or be ready to PAY $$$
Looks more and more like a big marketing HYPE at best. Most of his stoke types lost money!
farmers create the food we eat. we have to invest in farmers! no one seems to care that one independent farmer after another one is going down, weather, crops, cash flow. no one mentions them in their great plans for helping people out. when do these brilliant
people realize they need to eat. figure out ways to combat floods,
droughts and tornadoes, hurricanes damage? i don't see very much original thinking anywhere at the moment. blessings, norine
Buy bear funds. Leveraged bear funds,like 2x,3x ect. Bear funds go opposite the market.When do you buy? Buy Now.
The same advice he is selling for free. This is what he said already,That he recommends funds the go opposite 2x to 3x the markets. Some good funds for this strategy, , TZA and TVIX, many others.
Not hard to look up but in Wikipedia here is what it says about the great Jim Rickards. As of February 2015 Rickards is described as "Financial Threat and Asymmetric Warfare Advisor CIA & The Director of National Intelligence" on websites and in emails sent out warning of imminent financial collapse in the United States. These websites and emails (for example, the Money Morning website article '5 Sure Signs the US Economy is finished') imply that he has held, or holds, official posts with US intelligence, defence, and security agencies: for example as "a financial market advisor to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence", and as the "architect" of "Project Prophecy", described as a CIA system devised to predict financial meltdowns. However, RIckards has never had any such official association with any such US agency. There is no evidence that "Project Prophecy" has ever had any official sponsorship from the CIA, or indeed that it actually exists in any form apart from as a name in Rickards postings.