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The Trend is Your Friend, Until it Isn’t

If you, like millions of others, have been sitting on the sidelines since the 2008 meltdown, you probably shouldn’t read this email.

Back then, the best strategy/trend was to sell everything and stay out of the market.  Or, if you were “short” the market, you most likely made a fortune while others lost.

However, on March 6, 2009 the “trend” of selling came to an end.

The S&P 500 index hit a low of 666.  (The Mark of the Beast?) Everyone and their brother was negative on the market.  Even Goldman Sachs (aka: The Vampire Squid) put out a report saying the S&P could fall to 400.

The predominant negative sentiment was a sign that the Wall Street “Club” knew the trend was reversing.

So, while they continued to tell investors to sell everything, they were “backing up the truck” and buying everything at a huge discount.  To illustrate my point the S&P today is at an all-time high of 2,537.

If you were brave enough to go against the negative trend (like “The Club” was doing) you would’ve made a fortune.

Unfortunately, most investors (including some of the nation’s biggest pension funds) believed the downward trend would continue.  They’ve been sitting on the sidelines frustrated for over eight years…hoping and believing the market would crash so they could get back in.

That’s why we’re living through the most hated bull market in history.

The “trend” has NOT been their friend.

So, now that we’ve had one of the greatest uptrends in history, do you think it’s going to end soon?

The boyz in “The Club” want you to think so.

But, do you trust them?

If not, then read how you’re being set up for the greatest theft wealth transfer in history (HERE).

You’ll thank us later.

 

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