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John Denton & Tim Melvin: How to Protect Your Investments from the Ravages of Inflation

John Denton (00:00):

Hi, everybody. This is John Denton from The Local Conservative coming at you with an exclusive video.

If you’ve been following along with the newsletter, you know that one of the biggest questions that I get from my readers from you guys is what is going on with the economy.

A lot of you are really worried about inflation. You’re worried about the spending bill that’s getting rammed through Congress and, regardless of politics, your biggest concern is how you are going to protect your wealth. How are you going to protect what you’ve worked so hard for?

It seems like every time you take one step forward, the government forces you to two steps back. Well, I’ve asked my friend, Tim Melvin, who’s been in the industry for well over 30 years… He knows the stock market inside and out. He knows investing. He knows trading.

And if you’ve been following The Local Conservative, you know about Tim. He has this awesome new promotion that he’s got going just for people like you, Rapid Wealth Alliance. And he’s here to talk about it today. He’s taking time out of his busy day to join me again.

Tim, it has been a while since I’ve seen you. I’m glad to have you back. Welcome! And what can you tell us about what’s going on with the economy and how Rapid Wealth Alliance can really help people like my readers, for example.

Tim Melvin (01:06):

John, first off, it’s good to see you. It has been a minute since we got a chance to get together, but we’re really excited about Rapid Wealth Alliance, which is a product that we brought out. We’re going to teach you how to grow your serious money at rates that you’d never really thought possible.

The big guys, I mean those top-performing hedge funds and private-equity guys, do pretty well. They compound money at 20%, 25% and even 30% a year. So, we sit down, and we start thinking outside the box.

We don’t want to think like a Wall Street mutual fund manager, whose major goal when he goes to work every day is not to make you money… It’s not to get fired, cause that’s a half a million dollar a year gig, and it’s a pretty good job.

We want to look at the people that are willing to assume some career risk and financial risk and put it on the line and make a ton of money. Well, as you said, I’ve been around 30 years and a little longer.

That tells you two things. First, I’m old. I’ve spent decades talking to the top, performing private-equity managers, hedge fund managers, independent wealth advisors and the guys doing it with just their own money for their own purposes.

And we’ve been kind of able to whittle this down to a formula. We’ve got the recipe that’s going to allow you to compound money at very high rates of return, regardless of what the economy may be doing.

Our systems have worked even during times when the economy was slow or when inflation was high. In fact, one of our key strategies — think just right back to 2000 to 2010. Nobody made any money in stocks. It took that long just to get back to even from the internet bubble popping.

However, one of my core strategies and belief systems actually would have tripled your money from 2000 to 2010 while nobody else was making a dime. So, we’re really focusing on what works and how do we get this down to where we’re taking as little risk as possible.

We’ve got to take some risk, as risk-free doesn’t really exist, but we’re going to find ways for you to buy the type of companies and assets that compound your wealth… your serious money, not your play money.

I’m not interested in your play money. I want to help you grow your 401k, your IRA, your serious money at rates that can give you three and four times what you have today in as little as a decade.

John Denton (04:10):

Absolutely. That’s great. And for my readers, their biggest concerns are whether they’re looking to try to just make some more money each week in trading to kind of pad their income or their they’re worried about their retirement.

That’s the big issue for a lot of folks that have been putting away for their retirement for years. And now they’re looking at another economic crisis developing where high inflation, so their incomes dropping, which is almost effectively a pay cut. Even if they’ve gotten some kind of raise, inflation so high now, it negates that.

So what you’re saying is, is regardless of what’s going on in the economy, even with the soaring inflation, with the supply chain issues going on, where everybody’s paying more for just about everything, especially energy… with your system, with Rapid Wealth Alliance, they will be able to still take whatever they’re putting in the stock market and grow their wealth.

Because the concern is the next few months, what going to happen? A lot of people are going to want to pull their money out of the stock market. They’re going to want to stay away from investing. But what you’re saying is, hold on, there’s something else you can do.

Tim Melvin (05:11):

There’s something else you can do. And there are ways to prosper and thrive in almost any market environment. What you have to do is be able to identify what that environment is and which strategy to pull out of your quiver and put the work.

But after 30 years of working on exactly that problem, we’ve got a pretty good idea of how to approach all this. Right now, we know for almost a fact that over the next five to 10 years, broader stock market returns are going to be… what’s the word I’m looking for? Awful.

There’s just no way these valuation levels and these interest rate levels that your traditional 60/40 mix that Wall Street tells you is the best way to manage your long-term money… It’s not going to make you any money.

There’s a significant chance it will lose you money. Losing money when inflation is making everything cost more is not a recipe for that dream retirement you’re trying to build towards. But we can find ways to pull the right strategy out at the right time and put the money into the right type of assets.

You’re going to be perfectly positioned to prosper no matter what the market does. The indicators that we use is always going to identify the best opportunities for the situation that exists right now.

What we’ve been able to do guys with Rapid Wealth Alliance is we’ve been able to put together a program, a strategy, that you can use that’s going to identify the right assets or the right companies to be involved in, regardless of the underlying situation in the economy.

Historically, this has been able to grow your money at a huge premium to just traditional Wall Street and some of the traditional approaches to managing your longer-term portfolio. So, we’re going to shift our thinking from being Wall Street sheep, following them down the road and paying them a ton of fees, and get away from the exchange-traded funds, where we pay smaller fees for baked in mediocrity.

We’re not going to do that. We’re going to get out there on our own. I’m going to lead you down the path that gets you to a place where your money grows at rates like the very best hedge fund managers, like the very best private-equity fund managers, where the money doubles and doubles and doubles every few years.

And instead of playing golf at the municipal country club, now you’re going to the real actual country club to play golf during your retirement. So, we’re just trying to upgrade the quality of your retirement and get you closer to that dream, no matter what’s going on in the world. The inflationary cycle that we see coming in, as I said, means that forward returns are going to be horrible, and you’re going to have to deal with inflation for at least the next couple of years, I think. It’s not transitory. They were wrong about that.

John Denton (08:12):

Right. Absolutely. And that’s what I’m hearing from a lot of my readers is we’ve been told how many times it was transitory throughout this past year. And it’s clear that it’s not. And that spooks a lot of people. It scares them because how long do they have to deal with this?

But it sounds like Rapid Wealth Alliance is really going to be able to tackle that issue and deal with a lot of the fears that these ordinary hardworking Americans have about how can they prepare and how can they continue to make decent and better than decent returns in the market.

Tim Melvin (08:42):

Yeah, it’s got to be better than decent. We use several different models. I don’t just use one. I compare my findings to Vanguard. I look at what the good folks at GMO have come up with in their model. And then a friend of mine by the name of Meb Faber also runs a model at Cambria Investment Management.

And I put all of those in there, and they’re all plus or minus a little tiny bit. They’re all in the same neighborhood that says the next five to 10 years, very low retained returns, significant chance of another “lost decade,” much like we saw in 2000 to 2010.

Now there’s a measure out there called the CAPE ratio guys. It’s the “cyclically adjusted PE” ratio. It’s the price to earnings ratio using a 10-year average earnings factor for the S&P 500.

It is not a precise timing indicator. No, it can stay at extended levels for a long period of time. It can stay at low levels for a long period of time. But generally speaking, when it’s lower and you’re buying stocks, five years from now, you’re going to be really happy. If you’re buying at really high levels, five years from now, you’re not going to be so happy. It just hit 40 here in the United States.

John, do you know how many times in the last 200 years, in any market, anywhere in the world, a CAPE ratio has gone to 40 and then showed positive returns over the next five years?

John Denton (10:17):

No, but I have a feeling you’re getting ready to tell me.

Tim Melvin (10:19):

The answer is zero.

John Denton (10:23):

That’s what I suspected.

Tim Melvin (10:25):

You’ve got to be doing things different than everybody else’s doing. If you look around and you own the same companies that everybody else is talking about, you are going to be one very unhappy individual five years from now.

John Denton (10:39):

It definitely sounds like it with everything you’re describing. And thankfully, you’re here with Rapid Wealth Alliance. Well, Tim, that all sounds excellent. I’ve been hinting at it to my readers, and I’ve gotten a lot of questions.

So, if someone’s interested in how to get in on this, what’s the best way for them to start with Rapid Wealth Alliance?

Tim Melvin (10:59):

Well, John, I know you’ve been sending emails out with links to sign up. So just, click the link, and it’ll show you all the steps, all the things that you need to do to join us over at Rapid Wealth Alliance and start using all these tools and techniques to compound your money at the highest possible rates of return.

John Denton (11:25):

That all sounds excellent. And again, thank you Tim, for joining me today. Thank you for telling us more about Rapid Wealth Alliance. I know my readers are going to be really excited to see this video.

It’s definitely going to make them feel a lot better about their chances in the stock market if they follow this compared to if they were to try to do this on their own, which that alone, even if the economy was near perfect, would be a struggle.

Tim Melvin (11:50):

I want to put the tools in your readers’ hands that enable them to grow their money at very high rates to get closer to that dream retirement, no matter what happens with energy prices, which probably not coming down for a while. We’re going to live with this for a little while. We may have any serious problem if we have a cold winter in the northeast or parts of Europe this year.

Energy is just going to be an issue. Food inflation is going to be an issue for a while. All this stuff’s going to hang around for a few years I’m afraid.

But I want to be able to have that dream retirement, no matter what stupid, ridiculous taxes this Congress or future taxes can dream up. And these guys have great imaginations of which we’ve learned, they can dream up…

John Denton (12:36):

Especially when it comes reaching into our wallets and taking money out. They are very creative.

Tim Melvin (12:41):

One of the reasons I left Maryland, where I was born and raised, and moved down here to Florida a little over a decade ago is because the governor came up with a rain tax. So, you had to pay an extra tax on any part of your property that was paved over. It was called a rain tax. I was I looking at my wife and I said, I think we’re done here.

John Denton (13:03):

You think? Yeah, that’s unbelievable.

Tim Melvin (13:07):

You’ve got to perform at a higher rate than the government can take is the way that I like to put it. We’ve got tools in this package that can help your readers accomplish exactly that.

We’ve got a money back guarantee if I turn out to suddenly have lost my ability to execute this. So, you can join us with a high degree of confidence that we are going to get you to exactly where you need to go with your finances.

John Denton (13:37):

And that’s excellent. Again, Tim, thank you so much for telling us more about Rapid Wealth Alliance. Again, my readers are going to love it and we’re going to make sure that we push this in The Local Conservative, and hopefully we’ll do some more videos in the future because I miss talking with you.

I’ve been following you since the day I met you. And all I have is good things to say about it. So, again, Tim, thank you for joining me. I really appreciate it. Hope you have an excellent day and we need to do this again sooner than later.

Tim Melvin (14:05):

Much sooner than later. Absolutely. I agree. It was great talking with you again, John, and I look forward to talking again real soon.

John Denton (14:10):

Awesome. Sounds great. And to all you guys out there, my Local Conservative readers, thank you for joining us.

Make sure that you click the link right here to get started on Rapid Wealth Alliance.