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It's Official: A 93% win rate in November: Click for details

Dear ,

The cycles never lie.

They stretch sometimes. Sometimes, they contract a bit. But they never lie.

They told us that today would be a key date for the U.S. economy and the investment markets.

They pointed to this week as the week in which everything would change.

At first, most folks scoffed when they heard my forecast. Now, even the normally staid MarketWatch is joining the chorus of analysts urging caution.

According to MarketWatch, there are FOUR key factors set to make this week — quote: “The year's craziest week for Wall Street”:

1. Rising rates could ambush stocks: With the S&P 500 and Dow are solidly DOWN for the year, last week was the worst week for U.S. stocks in months. And the worst may be still ahead.

Now, with many feeling that zero percent interest rates are the only thing fueling the U.S. economy and stock market — most analysts expect the FOMC to raise interest rates for the first time in ten years at its meetings today and tomorrow.

The result could be a conflagration with the power to leave Wall Street a smoking ruin.

Indeed, David Stockman, former budget director for the Reagan administration, just announced a specific date for what he sees as the beginning of the end for this bubble. It’s TOMORROW, December 16, when Janet Yellen announces the FOMC’s decision.

“Yellen and her posse better pray for a monetary Tonto,” says Stockman, “because they are riding headlong into an ambush in the canyons of Wall Street.

“To wit, they cannot possibly raise money market interest rates — even by 75 bps — without massively draining liquidity from the casino.”

2. Major cracks are appearing in the foundations of the junk bond market. The value of these bonds is plunging so far, so fast, Third Avenue Focused Credit Fund has barred investors from withdrawing their money.

Investment legend Carl Icahn is pulling no punches; calling the bloodbath in junk bonds what it truly is: A “meltdown.”

3. Plunging oil prices could trigger a stock market catastrophe: Yesterday, crude oil fell below $35 per barrel, pushing still more oil and energy companies to the brink of extinction and beyond. While lower prices are good for consumers, they are the kiss of death for thousands of companies that need higher prices to survive.

4. Quadruple Witching Hour could crush stocks: This Friday, December 18, four major types of investment vehicles expire at the same time — an event that typically causes huge volatility in the markets.

Just ahead:
The most critical investment recommendations
of my 38-year career

Just a few days from now — next Wednesday, December 23 — I will release a set of investment recommendations to prepare members of my Supercycle Trader service for the year ahead.

They will be supercycle investments designed to soar in the year ahead as the euro and yen collapse ... and as European and Japanese stocks crater.

The profit potential is truly amazing: A recent study by Weiss Research shows that many of these supercycle investment vehicles are already delivering pre-commission profits of up to 1,200% and more.

That’s enough to turn every $10,000 you invest into $120,000.
That’s important: Because at a time like this, the best defense — by far — is an effective offense.

And remember: These cycles are so accurate, they enabled us to win on 13 of the 14 trades we closed in November. That’s a win rate of 93%.

Your profit potential could be astronomical.

Click this link for details
on Larry Edelson’s Supercycle Trader

Remarkable value:
Three years of investment recommendations FREE

I’m so sure that Supercycle Trader will make you much, much wealthier, I want to give you three years, FREE: That’s an additional $7,500 value, FREE — just for joining now.

But you must act quickly: Enrollment can only remain open for a very short time, now. It may close at any time without notice when we reach our membership limit.

Due to the popularity of this service, we will probably NOT be able to re-open enrollment in 2016.

All I ask is that you get the facts before you make your decision: CLICK THIS LINK NOW to read my full report on this remarkable profit opportunity.

Yours for supercycle profits,

Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader

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