In today’s Exponential Investor

  • My biggest interview to date
  • Eight years of change
  • New money, new rules

Three weeks ago, I sat on the balcony of the Cucumber Lounge at the Sea Containers Events space pondering life.

Overlooking the Thames, St. Paul’s off to the right, Westminster around the corner to the left, G&T in hand, a cool breeze off my right shoulder, I mused about how far things had come.

I had just wrapped filming with Nigel Farage in one of my most important interviews to date. We were discussing the changing world, how a new system of new money and new rules was in the works, and how investors with an open mind can take four simple steps to get ahead of events.

Just the mention of Nigel’s name will doubtless wind some people up from the outset. In my view, he speaks to a huge section of the British population whose voices aren’t heard nearly enough.

And I wanted to ensure that what I had to say in my biggest, and possibly boldest, prediction yet reaches everyone. Whether you agree with his or my take on the world doesn’t matter.

What’s coming is going to impact us all. Surely that’s important enough to check your biases at the door and listen to what we have to say?

The interview goes live tomorrow, by the way. Don’t miss it. Make sure to view it by clicking here.

Change comes fast

As I sat on that balcony at the Cucumber Lounge, thinking about everything I’d just discussed with Nigel, it hit me just how much change I’d seen over the last eight years and, importantly, how much more change I’ll get to see over the next eight.

I had landed right here in London in late 2013 to start a new chapter in my life. My British wife and I moved here from Australia because of the vibrant country, the connections to the rest of the world and the opportunities within.

Little did I know that, in such a short space of time, our own lives and the entire world would change so rapidly.

Back then, I had only just got into financial publishing. I’d built a career in independent financial advice, but left that behind due to the constant conflict inherent in that world.

I wanted intellectual freedom, the ability to connect with everyday investors to open their eyes to potential and possibilities. I found that freedom when I started working with Southbank Investment Research.

Here was a group people that didn’t always share the same views on the world – in fact, they’re often in conflict – but who did share a certain commonality in a desire and willingness to debate, discuss, dissect and generate ideas.

People open-minded to all possibilities and with the ability to listen, learn and know that there are many ways to reach a successful solution to a problem.

And a group of people that all wanted the same outcome: to give forward-thinking investors like you a leg-up on the market, an edge that opened up a world of wealth creation that the average punter would simply never understand.

Without that open mindedness and desire to share investment ideas and knowledge, I have no doubt I wouldn’t be writing to you today, and there is no way that I would have been free to write for the last eight years about the single biggest, most impactful event that’s ever been seen in history.

New money, new rules

This impactful event is so big and so life-changing to you and me and everyone in this country that ignoring it is to do so at your own peril.

You see, change is coming. Not in a year’s time, not in a month’s time, but right now. You’re deep in the midst of it, and you might not even realise it. This is the crux of my interview with Nigel Farage.

I’ve seen the foundations of this change being put in place over the last eight years.

So far, it’s a change that no one has properly seen or been prepared to accept.

But I see what’s coming next and have covered this idea since I landed here in the UK. I also see things heading in only one direction as a result…

New money, new rules.

The game is set to change in so many ways that to have that edge and advantage on the market could set you up for life. But you have to be open-minded, prepared to debate, discuss, dissect the idea and be prepared to embrace what’s coming.

And by taking four simple steps to get ahead of this change, I think you’ll find a pathway that you’ll want to make permanent.

Look, I may have been a little vague today on purpose. But if you have paid attention to anything I’ve written over the last eight years then you might have some inkling of what I am talking about.

What I suggest is that you get it straight from myself and Nigel when our interview goes live tomorrow. It will set out exactly what the change is, how it will impact everything, what you can do about it and the four steps you can take to get ahead of it.

Click here to make sure you’re one of the first people in the country to see our interview.

Until next time…

Sam Volkering
Editor, Exponential Investor