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1 Simple Rule to Determine Market Peaks

Do you ever get sick and tired of all the gurus screaming about market peaks?

I do.

They all predict some “special event” that’s going to cause the market to crash.  And they start out saying things like “The last time we saw (this and that) happen, the market crashed within days….”

Or, “This chart is proof that a crash is imminent…blah! Blah! BLAH!”

I’m not sure who’s worse.  The gurus or the presstitutes that give them celebrity status.

Seriously, who are these guys, anyway?

They rant about how “irrational” the markets are becoming.

The funny part is, they give credibility to an old Wall Street adage: “The markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.”

So, if you buy into their hype, you will most likely get frustrated.

Trust me, I’ve been there, done that.  And it ain’t fun.

What I have learned is when it comes to determining market peaks, you don’t need gurus or high-priced newsletters.

You only need to follow ONE simple rule.

And like my cousin from Texas says, “It’s so simple, you’ll have to have somebody help you misunderstand it.”

Are you ready?

For markets to crash, 99% of investors must be wrong.

I’m referring to everyone (including mom, pop and cousin Eddie) that’s in the market and thinking they’re making money.

You can read all the details in the archives of Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English.  In them you’ll see how a 91-year-old widow called the top and an 85-year-old retired marine called the bottom (HERE).

And you can do it too.

But you must be a premium subscriber to get the goodies.

Don’t buy into the guru’s gloom.

Go (HERE) now and get the truth.



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