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Major announcement: Details inside!

Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Money and Markets

Dear ,

Larry Edelson

Nearly four months ago I began issuing my warnings.

I showed you how six of the most powerful cycles in the economic universe were converging.

I showed you how they were combining to form the first supercycle economists have seen since 1929; since the one that triggered the Great Depression.

I predicted both the date and the place where this great global disaster — this “roller coaster ride through Hell” would begin: In early October, in Europe.

Specifically I predicted that the Europe’s slow-motion collapse would accelerate; that future economists would mark October as the beginning of the end for the Union.

That forecast has proven prophetic but not in the way most people thought it might.

Most people I talked to thought it meant that the weaker countries like Greece, Portugal, Italy and others would finally collapse, driving the Union to the breaking point.

Nobody could have imagined then that it would be Europe’s richest country — the one nation that all the others look to when they get into trouble — that would be pushed to the brink.

Since the date I gave you in my forecast, Germany has been plagued by economic crises:

Deutsche Bank — Germany’s largest bank — is on the ropes; bleeding red ink, laying off thousands of workers and closing offices all over the world.

Volkswagen — Germany’s largest employer — is paying the price for a massive swindle it perpetrated on the world’s governments and consumers ... a fraud that could ultimately cost the company as much as $78 billion or worse.

And more than one million refugees are now availing themselves of free food, housing and healthcare courtesy of the beleaguered German government.

Now it’s here. It’s pushing Europe to the brink. It is crushing the euro and European stocks. And it is driving billions of euros into the U.S. dollar and U.S. stocks just as I told you it would.

Needless to say, this drumbeat of horrific economic news for Germany and the Union is unsustainable. But each of these situations is still worsening and there are still more threats to Germany on the horizon — threats that may well be the death knell for the European Union.

This represents a huge profit opportunity for you: A recent study by Weiss Research found that many supercycle investments — things that soar as the euro and European stocks sink — have already posted gains of up to 1,200% and more and they’re just getting started.

And now, the same cycles that so accurately predicted that Europe’s crisis would accelerate are making it possible for me to make yet another bold forecast ...

... And this one could make you even richer:


While these cycles were and continue to be astonishingly accurate in their forecasts for Europe, I have discovered an important anomaly in their forecasts for a major investment sector.

The good news is it’s a variance — an irregularity — that could make you a great deal of money beginning almost immediately.

I don’t want to give away too much now; suffice it to say it has to do with an announcement — and a series of recommendations — that I’ve desperately wanted to make for four long years now.

And if you’ll just click this link at 2:00 PM Eastern Time this coming Monday, November 16th, I will give you the details.

Please do NOT miss this briefing. Unless I miss my guess, thousands of investors are about to get richer than Midas and I want YOU to be one of them!

Yours for supercycle survival and profits,

Larry Edelson

Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader

P.S. Although enrollment in my Supercycle Trader has now closed, I will continue these daily updates to help keep you abreast as this crisis continues to unfold.

The investment strategy and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author's and do not necessarily reflect those of any other editor at Weiss Research or the company as a whole.

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