A renowned economist recently made a public decision to withdraw $990,000 of the $1 million he holds in a major U.S. bank.
His decision was the result of a serious flaw in the banking system.
It’s the very same flaw that I first reported to Wall Street Daily readers back in October of last year.
In a special broadcast, regarding this fatal flaw, I asked readers…
“Do you need any more reason to get out of the bank… or will you wait until they take everything you’ve worked for?” – October 3, 2013 9:51 AM EST
I further urged readers in no uncertain terms to…
Well, for now, the situation has a silver lining.
The same fatal flaw threatening the banks has also created the highest monthly yields we’ve seen in the last 50 years.
That is, super-yields returning to north of 21% every month.
Such yields would shoot the balance on an average retirement account by $34,428 in just 30 days, and sometimes can run even higher.
In fact, last month alone, you could’ve seen…
A 39% super-yield on a property management company in seven days.
A 61% super-yield on a healthcare company in one day.
A 137% super-yield on an energy company in 28 days.
A 163% super-yield on a petroleum company in 20 days.