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The beginning of the end?

Dear ,

The last six years have seen an amazing run for the markets. But, as they say, all good things must come to an end.

In my opinion, we’re now witnessing the beginning of the end. In fact, I’m more bearish now than I have been at any point since the last market peak.

The signs are all around us ...

Fewer jobs are being created. Manufacturing is grinding to a halt. Home sales are nearing a one-year low, dropping 11.5% in September alone.

Then there’s the disappointing earnings picture. S&P 500 profits fell in the second quarter. They just fell again in the third quarter. And following a rash of ugly warnings, they’re now on track to dip again in the fourth quarter.

In fact, analysts have been forced to revise their projections downward at the fastest, most consistent rate since the tail end of the Great Recession.

You catch my drift?

There are several reasons to worry about the outlook here and plenty of evidence that we're back in bear market territory. But it’s not all bad news. There is a silver lining ...

That’s why I’ve saved you a seat for the online briefing I’m holding this coming Monday, November 2nd.

It’s called “Profiting from the Return of the Bear Market.” It’s free to attend.

Just click here to register and let me know you’re coming.

During this briefing, you’ll discover:

  • Why the new bear market will be brutal and threaten to wipe out your retirement ...
  • The nine signs the bear is here to stay ...
  • How you can double, triple, even QUADRUPLE your money not in spite of, but BECAUSE of this new bear market!
  • And much, much more!

Remember, this briefing is taking place on one day only — next Monday, November 2nd at 2 PM Eastern Time. It’s absolutely free to attend.

Please, do NOT miss it.

Click here to register now.

All the best,


Mike Larson
Editor, Interest Rate Speculator

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