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How to Hear What the Markets Are Saying


When you listen to what the markets are saying you avoid stepping on land mines brought to you by the boyz in the “Club.”

But, like many of you have asked in the past, “How do you hear what the markets are saying?”

It’s really pretty simple.  However, in order to hear what the “Markets” are saying, you must first STOP listening to what the Whores-Of-Babble-On Presstitutes are saying.

Every time we say this, most people reply, “Yeah, but… (fill in the excuse blank).”

Sorry, “Yeah, but…” doesn’t work as an excuse here.

You see, most people are conditioned to getting their investment advice from Wall Street’s bought-and-paid-for media maggots.

Or maybe they listen to their cousin Eddie – who’s always wrong but tries to convince you he’s always right.  He’s also the guy who tells you he got out at the high.  Lol!

So, the key to having ears to hear what the markets are saying is knowing how to use filters.

If you don’t filter the information the right way, you’ll end up like the 99% of sheeple who lose money.

Remember…the 1% needs the 99% to be wrong in order for them to make a fortune.

Once they’ve convinced you to go in one direction – buying or selling – you can rest assured they’ve already placed their bets against you.

Then they’ll reverse the situation to get you to go in the opposite direction.

This particular technique was fashioned from the instructions on the back of a shampoo bottle and is called:  Wash, Rinse, Repeat.

At one time or another, almost everyone has fallen victim to this head fake so don’t feel bad.

We write these emails and our newsletter to hopefully keep you from falling for the same tricks.

However, most people never get the first step correct.  You know…the one about stop listening to the talking heads on TV or reading most of the financial news.

There’s an old saying, “By the time you read about it in the papers, it’s old news.”

You can still do “Okay” reading the news…but if you really want to prosper AND thrive in Turbulent Times, you should read our monthly newsletter “…In Plain English.”

We make it simple and easy to understand even for the newbie investor.

We’ll even give you your first issue FREE.

Check it out (HERE).

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