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URGENT: Massive market crash looming - what to do ...

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Fair warning: DUMP these stocks before
they wreck your portfolio!

The Great Stock Market
of 2016

Dear ,

In my new eBook, The Mystery of the Golden Ratio, I warned you this would likely happen ...

Now, it’s official: I am predicting a massive stock market crash and an unbearably painful recession will strike us in the next few weeks — this year; in 2016.


In 2000, the tech bubble burst. Millions of paper millionaires lost everything.

Eight years later, the real estate bubble burst. Millions of investors suffered even greater losses.

Now, eight years after the real estate bust, the “everything” bubble is beginning to burst. And mark my words: Investor losses, pain and suffering will make those previous busts pale by comparison.

All the “stopped clocks” are about to be proven right.

For years, now, other analysts have been warning that a great crash was just around the corner.

Year after year, they were wrong.

And year after year, I steadfastly refused to join the bearish chorus — until now.

Now, for all of the reasons I explain in my new eBook, The Mystery of the Golden Ratio ...

With slumping auto sales ... layoffs and company closings in Silicon Valley ... the collapse in buyback announcements ... the sharp drop off in M&A announcements ... the slowdown and imminent reversal of commercial real estate prices ...

... it is clear to me that we are staring down the barrel of the bloodiest stock market crash any of us has ever seen.

Everywhere I look, I see the signs:

 Vacant office blocks all over San Francisco — "For Lease" signs everywhere — because no companies need the space.

 Newly built billionaire palaces in Manhattan with no lights on at night — because no one lives in them.

 Auto factories in Michigan going dark because nobody wants the cars they make.

 Wall Street bankers carrying boxes out of their buildings as firings and layoffs spread.

Make no mistake: A great crash is now stalking Wall Street. Stalking YOU.

But this time, there is a terrifying difference ...

This time it’s not JUST technology stocks as in 2000 ...

This time it’s not JUST real estate stocks as in 2008 ...

This time it’s EVERYTHING.

Technology will be hit hard; brought down by hundreds of “tech unicorns” — start-ups with no earnings.

The entire automobile sector will take a massive hit as the auto loan bubble continues to burst.

Commercial real estate companies — including developers, engineering firms and REITs will implode due to lack of demand.

And the entire financial sector will crash and burn as a new tidal wave of bad debt comes home to roost.

I'm not asking you to take anything on faith:
It has already begun.

Between Jan. 4 and Feb. 15, the S&P 500 lost around 7.5%. But the bank-stock benchmark dropped 16.1% — more than double.

Why? Many reasons:

First, banks and other financial firms make loans, invest in and underwrite bonds, advise on corporate takeovers and stock sales, and otherwise make or lose money depending on the health of the credit markets.

And as I explain in The Mystery of the Golden Ratio, the credit markets clearly signaled the crash of 1929 ... the recession and stagflation of the 1970s ... the tech wreck of 2000 and the real estate bust of 2008. And now, they are rolling over again.

Second, banks are deep in debt. According to The Financial Times, many large banks owe $20 for every ONE dollar they have in assets. Any further weakening in loan demand ... any further increases in loan defaults ... and the banks could go bust.

Third, banks have been doing all kinds of foolish things lately. Flush with cash from government bailouts and QE, they have embarked on an orgy of subprime auto lending, commercial-real-estate lending, junk-bond underwriting, lending for leveraged corporate takeovers, and more.

Now with those bubbles bursting, it’s going to drive up loan defaults and drive down investment and underwriting revenue. Plus, the banks will get slammed yet again as the value of their investments plunges.

Fourth, banks are suffering from the ill effects of post-crisis regulations. They’re burdened by huge compliance costs. And they’re getting buried under multibillion-dollar lawsuits and government fines.

I wrote The Mystery of the Golden Ratio to help you preserve your wealth and profit as this great crash begins.

Click this link to read it now; before it's too late!


Mike Larson
Mike Larson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research

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