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The Golden Age is Over: Billionaires Dumping American Companies

By MONEY MORNING STAFF REPORTS -

Over the past few weeks the U.S. stock market posted its largest decline in years...

On Monday, August 24, the Dow plummeted 1,089 points within minutes of the opening bell. It was the largest point loss ever during a single trading. Iconic U.S. companies like GE and Pepsi saw their stocks drop 20%. Costco fell 16%, and the world's richest people lost $306 billion.

Nobel Prize winning economist Robert Shiller has released data showing that U.S. markets are now seriously overvalued. According to his proprietary research, stocks have inflated to almost 2x their historical value. And his recent appearances major television networks included the warning: "This is not the Golden Age for Investing."

Now there's evidence that suggests he's not the only well-known investor taking money out of the U.S. markets.

Warren Buffett recently dumped his entire $3.7 billion stake in America's largest company.

And legendary international investor George Soros cut his number of market positions by over 30% in less than three months. He's already moved nearly $2 billion out of U.S. stocks and into safer havens overseas.

Are these multi-billion dollar moves out of US stocks by some of the world's richest men a warning sign that more serious economic problems are approaching?

According to Jim Rickards, the CIA's Financial Threat Advisor, the answer is yes.

In a startling interview, he reveals the activities undertaken by the Fed inside the Financial War room at the Treasury.

However, it's the findings of an alarming report issued by his colleagues inside all 16 U.S. intelligence agencies that make this interview a must-see for every American.

Take a few moments to see what they fear could begin within the next six months and decide for yourself.