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Billionaire investor warns your retirement is in danger

Dear ,

Mike Larson

“It’s déjà vu — the public, they got screwed in ‘08, they’re going to get screwed again.”

Those are the words of billionaire investor Carl Icahn in a just-released video titled “Dangers Ahead.”

Just like I’ve been saying since 2014, he warns the high-yield (a.k.a. “junk”) bond market is a dangerous bubble that is on the verge of popping.

He even compared it to the mortgage-backed securities bubble that led to the 2008 collapse — except this time it’s going to be worse, making past crashes like we saw in 2000 and 2008 look “pretty good” in comparison.

That wasn’t Icahn’s only warning, either. Earlier this year, he told CNBC “I think the public is walking into a trap as they did in 2007,” — a prediction followed by the nasty spill we saw in August.

I completely agree with him. The junk bond feeding frenzy has gotten out of control, fueled by low-interest rates courtesy of the Fed.

And soon, it will all come to an end.

Junk Bond expert Martin Fridson expects there to be up to $1.6 TRILLION in bond-issuer defaults, with the majority of those defaults taking place between 2016 and 2017.

If he’s right,— that alone could cause a market collapse and a subsequent bear market that are unlike any we’ve seen in recent history.

But unfortunately, I’ve uncovered 8 MORE signs that a brutal bear market is just beginning ... and will only get worse moving into 2016.

Investors who are unprepared for it stand to lose everything. But if you take the right actions, you can not only protect your wealth — you can watch it grow like wildfire! All you have to do is put your money into investments that THRIVE in times like these.

That’s why I’d like to invite you to join me for a free online briefing I’m holding titled “Profiting from the Return of the Bear Market.”

In this presentation, 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!

This briefing is only 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
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