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Thursday, August 4, 2016
[NEW] The truth about Wall Street’s record highs
ECONOMY & MARKETS | August 04, 2016
This is very important, so I'll be brief.
These record highs the market’s been setting this year? And last year? And for the past 7 years?
Well, it turns out they have one thing in common…
They’re all built on $7 trillion worth of “financial engineering” meant to drive share prices higher – and keep them there.
And unfortunately this party’s coming to an end, leaving millions of investors holding the bag. Again.
That's why we've prepared a special presentation to show how you can turn the tables and use Wall Street's “tricks” to your advantage – with repeated, strategic gains of 20%... 35%... 29%... 21%... 32%... or more.
But the nature of this presentation is highly controversial – and it may be disturbing to some – especially to the corporate powers-that-be. And we may be forced to pull this page down at a moment's notice.
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