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Pulling the pin on the hand grenade

Friday, December 18, 2015
Money and Markets

Pulling the pin on the hand grenade

In this issue:

 Why everyone else was wrong about inflation and gold in 2008-2011 ...

 Why everyone is wrong about precious metals right now in 2015, and ...

 What you must do immediately to maximize ALL of your investment profits in 2016:

Dear ,

Larry Edelson

For weeks now, I’ve shown you how select supercycle investments — mainly inverse plays on the European and Japanese stocks and the euro and yen currencies — are already posting gains of up to 1,200%.

And I’ve shown you how 13 of the 14 positions we closed in Supercycle Trader last month (93%) were winners.

Now, this coming Wednesday, December 23, I will issue my foundational “Buy” recommendations for 2016 — supercycle investments that I believe will multiply your money many times over in the year ahead.

I expect a huge portion of our profits will come from the investments named above. But I’m also planning to pull the pin on a very special hand grenade in 2016. My mission: To help you benefit from one of the greatest price explosions any of us has ever seen.

First, some background ...

The great “Inflationary Armageddon”
that never happened

In 2008, the U.S. Treasury Department began printing money like there was no tomorrow. Over the next 7 years, it would print 3.2 trillion unbacked paper dollars.

Millions of investors and just about every guru you know immediately concluded that the U.S. dollar would crash and that prices would skyrocket.

“Run-away inflation — maybe even hyperinflation — is as sure as tomorrow’s sunrise,” the experts said.

They shouted it from the rooftops. They painted terrifying pictures:

 “You’ll need a wheelbarrow full of dollars to buy a loaf of bread,” they said.

 “Most grocers will throw away your dollars and keep the wheelbarrow,” they said.

 “Your dollars would be so worthless that they’d be used for wallpaper ... or burned in place of more valuable firewood,” they said.

So what really happened? Let’s take a look:

2009: -.4% inflation (less than zero)

2010: 1.6% inflation

2011: 3.2% inflation

2012: 2.1% inflation

2013: 1.5% inflation

2014: 1.6% inflation

2015 (projected): 2.3% inflation

2016 (projected): Between 1% and 1.6% inflation

“But ... but ...” the inflation alarmists sputter ... “those are just the OFFICIAL rates.”

“Washington is obviously lying about the numbers!”

Fair enough. Washington did change the way it reports inflation so that consumer prices appear to be lower than they truly are.

But economist John Williams still measures inflation the way the government used to — before it began cooking the books.

So ... care to guess what the “real” inflation rate is for 2015?

Are you sitting down?

Better hang onto your hat ...

According to John Williams’ alternate government stats, the real inflation rate for 2015 is NOT 2.3%.

It is ...

... about 4%

Yes, you read that right: Four lousy percent!

I ask you: Does that look like hyperinflation to you?

No? Me neither.

So obviously, something strange happened on the way to America’s inflationary Armageddon.

What was it?

I’ll tell you what happened — inflation’s bigger, meaner, uglier, smellier sister happened: DEflation!

So much wealth was destroyed by the global real estate crash, credit crisis and Great Recession of 2008 and 2009, not even the vast, gargantuan money printing we’ve seen in the U.S., Europe, Japan and in many other countries was enough to rekindle inflation.

Lucky for me, I had my cycles
to keep me on track ...

Like everyone else, my initial reaction to the specter of massive money printing was to assume it would cause inflation ... but then, I took a long look at my cycles charts.

I could immediately see that the danger was NOT inflation but DEflation — that horrific state of affairs in which prices decline ... consumers delay purchases knowing everything will be cheaper tomorrow ... so prices fall even further.

Companies go bust and unemployment skyrockets, driving the cost of government safety nets through the roof. Federal tax revenues crater as the economy stalls, giving governments no choice but to default on their debts.

And so, to cries of “HERESY!” from nearly all quarters, I became the lone voice crying in the wilderness; begging investors to consider the evidence and to invest in things that soar in deflationary environments.

The same cycles that called the exact top for gold now say we're near the bottom

By now, just about everybody knows that — even while most other analysts were still predicting soaring gold prices as far as the eye could see — I begged to differ.

In fact, my cycles analysis gave me a massive “Sell” signal for gold at $1,800 per ounce in late August 2011 — just 7 days before the yellow metal hit its all-time high.

But now, my charts are sending me a very different message: Gold and silver prices are in the bottoming process right now — a powerful new bull market will soon begin.

But it won’t be inflation — or even the expectation of inflation — driving precious metals through the roof.

It will be fear.

You see, gold historically plays two major roles:

Role #1: It is mankind’s most powerful defense against inflation, and ...

Role #2: It is also our most powerful defense against FEAR. It is the ultimate safe haven for scared money.

And right now, there are trillions terrified dollars, euros, yen, dinar and other currencies all over the globe ...

They fear sovereign debt disasters — massive, painful, devastating defaults by the heavily indebted governments of Europe and Japan ...

They fear government leaders run amok with capital controls, taxes and outright confiscation of savers’ and investors’ money, and ...

They fear civil strife, terrorism and war triggering massive shocks to their economies and investment markets.

... And all of these fears are about to drive a tidal wave of flight capital — FRIGHT capital — into gold and silver.

If you fail to get on-board immediately, you will MISS the most important recos of my entire 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.

And I expect I will also be able to include a major recommendation on the world’s most powerful “safe haven” investments, gold and silver.

Every one of these investment recommendations will be based on the same cycles research that enabled us to win on 13 of the 14 trades we closed in November.

Your profit potential could be astronomical.

You can still get three years
of my “Buy” and “Sell” recos
in Supercycle Trader FREE

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

But you must act quickly for two reasons:

First, it’s the only way to make sure you’ll receive my all-important recommendations for 2016 when I release them next week, and ...

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

The wisest thing to do is to 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 survival and profits,

Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader

The investment strategy and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author's and do not necessarily reflect those of any other editor at Weiss Research or the company as a whole.

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