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LAST CHANCE to view THE UNSEEN HAND! This blockbuster 30-minute news special goes OFFLINE this coming Friday; THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW!

Discover the mysterious force that really moves the markets – and how you can USE IT to multiply your wealth: CLICK THIS LINK to view it before it’s too late!

As stocks rally temporarily, "THE UNSEEN HAND"
has these stocks leading the pack!

Dear ,

Mike Larson

Here's another reason why it's so critical that you view "THE UNSEEN HAND" while you still can:

It gives you the power to pile up sustainable profits in every environment — even in a crazy roller-coaster markets like this one!

Look: It's no secret that the major stock market indexes are all over the map this year. First, they were down, big time. Then they bounced back, with the Dow climbing above 18,000 on Monday.

THIS is precisely how markets in bubble-land act just before they crash and burn. Mark my words: These are the death throes of a dying bull market. The indexes WILL plunge again, and very soon.

The Unseen Hand is clearly signaling
that it's time to DUMP riskier stocks ...

... and that the safest stocks on the market
are the only ones good enough for you now.

Example: One of my favorite stocks for times like these — a highly-rated food and beverage maker — just hit an all-time high.

It's a classic case of a "safety stock:" It's in a sector that does well in tough times ... pays a solid dividend ... and just released impressive earnings figures.

What's more, I've seen similar, market-leading performance from a host of other "Safe Yielders."

On the flip side, riskier companies in endangered sectors like financials, technology, and industrials are getting shredded.

Take IBM, for instance; "Big Blue:" The company just reported its 16th consecutive quarter of slumping sales growth and warned that second-quarter profit would miss analyst forecasts.

And high-flyer Netflix tanked after it reported even more outrageous spending and lackluster subscriber growth.

Both stocks got crushed yesterday, with IBM down 5.6% and Netflix losing a whopping 13% of its value — all on a day when the Dow came within an eyelash of hitting a new all-time high.

In my news special, "THE UNSEEN HAND",
I show you how you can know the difference
between stocks that will make you money ...
and the stocks that could cost you everything.

In this riveting 30-minute video, I introduce you to the mysterious force that created this emerging crisis.

 I show you how you can USE the Unseen Hand to know what's next for the stock market.

 I reveal how it can help you own the stocks that will post the greatest gains and avoid those destined to crash and burn.

 I name the kinds of stocks that could destroy your portfolio in 2016 — the stocks that you simply MUST dump now.

 And I also tell you about the stocks and other investments that are most likely to multiply your money up to 14 times over in the weeks and months ahead.

Best of all, "THE UNSEEN HAND" is free:
Simply click this link to watch it now …
OR, click this link to read the transcript!

But please hurry: The information in this news special is cutting edge; ripped from today's headlines. We cannot leave it online past this coming Friday — the day after tomorrow.

There are TWO ways for you to get this information now:

Click this link to view the 30-minute video ... or click this link to read the transcript.

Either way — be sure to get this information now, while there's still time to save your wealth and profit!


Mike Larson
Mike Larson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research

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