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Here's what Apple's huge earnings miss means
— and what you should do immediately

Dear ,

Mike Larson

It was enough to take your breath away:

After yesterday’s close, APPLE — the world’s largest tech company — announced that its revenues fell a staggering 13% in the past 12 months.

Wall Street reeled: The stock plunged 8% on the news in after-hours trading, erasing more than $46 billion in market cap in the twinkling of an eye.

This is precisely what I warned you about in my free report, The Mystery of the Golden Ratio!

And Apple is not alone: We’ve already seen similar earnings disappointments at IBM, Microsoft, Google, Starbucks, Goldman Sachs, Intel and others.

As if this shocking news about Apple isn’t enough, check out the latest reports for March, just out in the last few days:

After crashing more than 3% in February, durable goods orders rose only a fraction of one percent last month. That missed forecasts by a country mile.

A core reading of business spending went nowhere — showing that companies have neither the desire nor the means to invest aggressively in their businesses.

Housing starts plunged almost 9% in March, four times more than analysts predicted. New home sales also fell for the third month in a row. That means housing is joining commercial real estate — where prices are falling for the first time in six years.

Consumer confidence fell. Retail sales fell, too. For an economy so heavily dependent on consumers, that’s disastrous!

In each case, analysts predicted gains or smaller declines.

In each case, they were dead wrong.

So you have to ask yourself, “What is Wall Street smoking?”

Why are the analysts perpetually so wrong?

Why are they trying so hard to convince us that the economy is strong when it is, in fact, weakening almost by the day?

Why are they trying to trap so many good people in a stock market that’s virtually screaming, “Look out below!??

It’s a crime, if you ask me. Because after all ...

When your head is buried in the sand,
your fanny is positioned for a good kicking.

I wrote The Mystery of the Golden Ratio to help you preserve your wealth — and also to grow richer as this crash unfolds.

I want you to read it for free because it could also help you multiply your money many times over in the weeks and months ahead.

But time is running out. The warning signs are everywhere I look:

 Profits are plunging: Overall S&P 500 profits tanked more than 8% in the first quarter. That extends the losing streak to four straight quarters — something we haven’t seen since the Great Recession in 2008.

 A plague of layoffs: Intel is firing 12,000 workers — more than 11% of its workforce. Halliburton axed 6,000 jobs in the first three months of 2016, while Schlumberger cut 2,000. Yahoo is eliminating 1,700 positions. Monsanto is laying off 1,000 workers.

 Real estate is crumbling: There are vacant office blocks all over the nation — "For Lease" Signs everywhere — because no companies need the space.

And it’s not just commercial real estate: There are now scores of newly built billionaire palaces in Manhattan with no lights on at night — because no one lives in them.

 Car sales are crashing: Detroit is desperate — and for good reason: Inventories of unsold vehicles are at near-record levels. Manufacturers are jacking incentives up 14% from a year ago to almost 10% of sticker price. That’s the highest ever. But the industry sales rate STILL missed forecasts by 700,000 vehicles in March.

 Loan defaults are skyrocketing: Auto loan defaults are skyrocketing. Strapped borrowers are literally missing their first or second payments. The overall default rate on packaged subprime car loans just topped 5%, the highest in almost two decades.

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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