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How Wall Street Always Overplays It’s Hand

You don’t need to be an expert card player to know when someone is overplaying their hand.  You only need to be observant.

However, knowing something won’t help you if you don’t put that knowledge to work.

And what I’m about to show you is so simple, you’ll need someone to help you misunderstand it.

Let’s look at the market conditions so far in 2018.

So far, volatility has taken the spotlight.  It’s driving the average investor crazy with wild daily swings and (enhanced by the presstitutes constant gloom and doom warnings) fear of bubbles bursting.

Everyday some talking head screams about how the markets are going to crash because…and they’ll compare charts from 1929 or some other historical event.

This is the sign that Wall Street is overplaying their hand.

You see, they need to convince you to do something that’s almost always contrary to what they’re doing.


They know the following formula works:  In order for the markets to make big moves, 99% of investors must be wrong.

That’s why the 1% makes most of the big money and you don’t.

Ouch!  Sorry, but the truth hurts.

Prove this to yourself by answering this simple question: “Are you more confident or fearful of the market today?”

Before you say, “Yeah, but…the top analysts are saying….”


If your default mechanism goes back to what the “gurus” are saying then you missed the point.

When you LISTEN to the markets (instead of the Media) you won’t be fooled again.

Wall Street always over plays their hand.  Unfortunately, most people can’t seem to figure that out.

Stop being their victim.

Learn how to connect the dots and profit from their greed and corruption (HERE).

You’ll thank us later.

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