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Fed FAILS to raise rates: What it means

Thursday, September 17, 2015
Money and Markets

Time to Convergence on October 7:19 Days
Fed FAILS to raise rates: What it means

Dear ,

Dr. Martin Weiss

Just after 2:00 PM today, the Federal Reserve announced that it will NOT raise interest rates at this time. In its statement, the Fed said that it will wait to see further strengthening in the economy, leaving many to speculate that it may still raise rates later this year.

All over TV right now, pundits are pontificating on what this means. Will investors lose confidence due to the Fed’s failure to act? Or will they be emboldened by the specter of several more months of zero percent rates?

The good news is, we don’t have to know the unknowable. We already have all the information we need to go for life-changing profits — not just now, but all the way through 2020.

We know that the most powerful cycles in the economic universe are converging into a supercycle that will cause government debt to implode around the globe; first in Europe, then in Japan and finally, here in the United States.

We know that even now — in the run-up to C-Day (convergence day) on October 7, massive amounts of capital are flowing out of the euro and yen and out of European and Japanese stocks.

And we know where the lion’s share of that money is going: Straight into the last safe haven investments in the world: The U.S. Dollar and U.S. stocks.

So we know that, no matter what the Fed does, we can count on six major money-making opportunities for the next few years:

The euro will continue to crash. European stocks will continue to decline. The Japanese yen will continue to implode. And Japanese stocks will continue to fall. And we can capture huge profit potential with investments that soar when these things sink.

And we also know that as money comes out of these things, it will flow into the U.S. dollar and U.S. stocks, creating even greater profit opportunities for us.

This is precisely why I created Supercycle Trader: To help you harness the most powerful economic wave any of us will ever see in our lifetimes: The supercycle of 2015-2020.

You owe it to yourself to get the facts: Click this link to read my report and to discover how you can not only survive, but USE this crisis to go for windfall profits.

Yours for supercycle survival and profits,

Larry Edelson

Larry Edelson

Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader


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