Experts look to Monsanto and GMOs to save the economy

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Food-Economy News(NaturalHealth365) Three of the richest men in the world – Warren Buffett, George Soros and John Paulson – are selling millions of shares in United States companies at a shocking rate.

According to Buffet’s website…

“It is very likely that these professional investors are aware of very specific research that indicates a massive market correction coming very soon… as much as 95% – enough to cause nightmarish conditions that make the 2008 financial debacle pale in comparison.”

The research that Buffet is referring to comes from Robert Wiedemer and his team of fellow savvy U.S. economists. Wiedemer is best known for predicting the 2008 fallout and has been very vocal in warning investors of a much larger catastrophe that will devastate the U.S. by 2015.

How powerful is Wiedemer’s influence on investors?

Since 2008, Weidemer’s word has been deemed “gold” literally and figuratively as high-profile investors flock to snatch up all the gold they can in response to his forecasts and recommendations. In an interview with Wiedemer, Investors.com highlights that “gold, agriculture and TIPS ETFs are seen as bubble-burst remedies.”

Wiedemer has posted a video interview online containing a comprehensive blueprint for economic survival that has commanded global attention. All in all, what Weidemer says goes and his influence over investors and the U.S. economy cannot be underestimated.

Big Ag companies, like Monsanto, are being positioned to save the U.S. economy from imminent doom. What do you think?

Experts like Wiedemer have recommended Big Ag funds like PowerShares DB Agriculture & Vectors as being “bubble-burst remedies.” In essence, companies like Monsanto are being portrayed as bringing stability and growth to the U.S. economy, despite the fact that much of their profits have come from GMO laced crops wheat, corn, soy and cotton. It is no wonder that Monsanto’s stock performance has skyrocketed 400 percent since the 2008 recession.

Even anti-GMO protests haven’t been able to affect Monsanto’s bottom line. Just last month, Monsanto’s stock hit a six-month low right before the March Against Monsanto; however, it quickly rebounded and has been steadily climbing ever since.

Anti-GMO activists beware

The implications of the pending 2015 Great Depression-like forecasts are something that anti-GMO activists need to be aware of. Here are questions we need to ponder:

• How did the fear of this predicted financial crisis play in the recent Senate vote that shut down mandatory GMO labeling?

• How do we address the pressing concern that if Big Ag goes bankrupt, the U.S. economy will follow suit?

• How do we shift the American mindset away from the idea that GMO’s are necessary to solve world hunger?

In essence, we have some pressing concerns that need to be addressed. What solutions can the anti-GMO movement provide to replace the anchor Big Ag has in stabilizing the U.S. economy?

A call for strategic minds to unite

Monsanto and Big Ag have truly weaved a tangled web by placing themselves and their cohorts at the very epicenter of U.S. economic stability. It is obvious, therefore, that we need the world’s brightest and most creative minds to unite in an effort to free the U.S. from the financial stronghold they have on the economy.

Anti-GMO activists need to come up with a plan to offer the U.S. fiscal system long-term growth and sustainability – at the same time – providing solutions to world hunger issues to let Americans know that we are not at the mercy of GMO’s to feed the world.

Let’s begin by using our spending power

It has been announced by Amanda Irish, senior director of Target’s store brands, that it will boost its organic food selection by 25 percent by 2017. According to Irish, Target’s new brand of organic food is in response to American’s demand for healthy food options. Although, only 10 percent of overall grocery sales, Irish states that organic foods are growing at twice the rate of conventional groceries.

In effect, these numbers reflect an increased demand for non-GMO’s as well because organic food by definition is non-GMO.

So, to help shift the financial dependency our nation has on Big Ag, consumers need to first utilize their spending power and vote “No-GMO” with their dollar. We need to focus the economic trend toward non-GMO products and create awareness to lead our fellow Americans down a similar.

Like the EU, Japan and other countries refusing to purchase GMO products, Monsanto will be pressured to supply what is demanded or else run the risk of losing their market share.

Sources:
http://www.monsanto.com/investors/Pages/stock-performance.aspx
http://news.investors.com/investing-etfs/101512-629333-aftershock-investor-author-wiedemer-sees-gold-soaring.htm?p=full
http://www.warrenbuffett.com/why-billionaires-are-dumping-stocks-at-an-alarming-rate/
http://w3.newsmax.com/a/aftershockb/video47b.cfm?promo_code=110D8-1
http://www.moneynews.com/MKTNews/billionaires-dump-economist-stock/2012/08/29/id/450265?PROMO_CODE=110D8-1&utm_source=taboola
https://www.shtfplan.com/forecasting/monsantos-law-suits-gmo-commodites-and-how-you-can-profit_01112009
http://www.opednews.com/articles/MONSANTO-investigator-in-by-Linn-Cohen-Cole-090110-871.html
http://etfdailynews.com/2013/05/08/what-is-jim-rogers-most-optimistic-about/
http://www.invescopowershares.com/products/overview.aspx?ticker=dba
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/07/target-organic-brand-simply-balanced_n_3403132.html?utm_hp_ref=organic-food

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  • Andrew Stephens

    I believe you are being a bit utopian about Monsanto being influenced by retail investors. You forgot to mention that Monsanto is WHOLLY OWNED BY PFIZER, which is a pharma company. Do the math…cough…Munchausen.