Once again, another major media outlet is feeding you information that could cost you a shot at additional profits.
In today’s market update video, I’m going to share with you an article I saw this week on CNBC which, if you believe it, would have you thinking the market is about to fall off a cliff. But here’s the thing…
- As I mentioned in yesterdays’ video, markets don’t fall off of cliffs.
- Even a pullback is very unlikely right now.
I’m going to show you why pushing the “the market is about to crash” narrative at this time of the year is extremely misguided. There’s a wealth of data out there that shows that the market is more likely to continue its upward climb, and I’ll show you exactly why you shouldn’t believe the bears that are trying to convince you that the sky is getting ready to fall.
Most importantly, these predictions get one major thing wrong about the reason why markets turn. Click below to watch the video and find out more…
Today, I have a very important message for you.
If you follow any number of financial media outlets, you’ve likely seen articles recently that speculate that the market has reached its top, and is overdue for a precipitous fall straight downward. They also likely have advised getting your money out of the market now to avoid the collapse that they’re peddling.
Well, I’m here to tell you to do the exact opposite. And I’ll back it up with facts and data, not unfounded fear and guesswork.
In the video below, I’m going to show you how, even in some of the worst financial collapses in history – the Dotcom Bubble, the housing Market Collapse, even the Great Depression – markets don’t just fall off the face of the Earth all of a sudden. There is a repeated pattern in each of these events that serves as an alarm bell.
Even the lows that market hit last December showed the same pattern of warning signs, giving investors clear signals of when it’s actually time to get your money out of the market with minimal damage.
Click below to watch, and I’ll show you exactly what you need to watch for, and what to do in the meantime.