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Spending, manufacturing tank; How to profit

Dear ,

The U.S. economy just took a one-two punch in the gut.

And while it’s a sign that we’re in the early stages of what could be a brutal recession, for you as an investor it presents a unique opportunity to double, triple, or even quadruple your money.

First, consumer spending just posted the weakest growth rate since the beginning of this year, according to the Commerce Department. Spending rose just 0.1%, badly missing Wall Street forecasts.

That’s more than a little worrisome, because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of our country’s economic activity.

And the outlook moving into the holiday season isn’t much better. Analysts at Morgan Stanley are predicting low consumer spending, in a note about how the Grinch could steal Christmas.

The second economic gut punch: U.S. manufacturing activity slumped to a 29-month low in October. The Institute for Supply Management’s index dropped to 50.1, just barely out of contraction territory.

Combine sluggish consumer spending with the weak manufacturing reports we’re seeing across America — and the world — and you see there’s a good chance we’re facing a serious recession.

In fact, these aren’t the only signs a recession could already be underway. I’ve uncovered many more that point to the beginning of a recession and a full-blown bear market. Signs that are eerily similar to what we saw in 2006-2007.

That’s why it’s critical you read an urgent briefing I’ve prepared for you.

In it, I explain WHY I believe a bear market is already here ... and more importantly, why it presents a unique opportunity for you to go for trades that could easily and quickly double, triple, or even quadruple your money.

I’ve already shown investors how to bag profits of up to 343.9% (some in as little as FOUR days!). Plus, I also show you why I’m prepared to pay up to $3,803 for you to join me in going for these windfall profits — but only if I hear from you right away.

You can read the report by clicking here.


Mike Larson
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