Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Shocking Chart Signals Massive Market Collapse Ahead

August 10, 2016

Hi all.  Here some interesting reading. Cheers Gil

On Tuesday, August 9, 2016 9:05 PM, Outsider Club <> wrote:

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Shocking Chart Signals
Massive Market Collapse Ahead
At first glance, the chart below looks harmless enough. “Just a wavy line,” one might say.
In truth, it predicts a global economic collapse of Biblical proportions.  And it says that crash is beginning right now; at this very moment.
Imagine a world without wealth; a world in which the savings of billions of human beings has been instantly wiped away without warning.
That’s precisely what this chart of the time-honored “K-Wave” is predicting now.
The thing is, the K-Wave has almost never been wrong. 
It accurately predicted the 1929 crash, the Great Depression and every major boom and bust since.
And every other scrap of evidence I examine is virtually screaming that it is absolutely reliable this time, too.
My name is Larry Edelson. I use cycles like the K-Wave that course dangers and opportunities on the horizon.  I have used the K-Wave through the global economy and world investment markets to spot and other major cycles to accurately predict every major move in stocks and gold for nearly 40 years now.
I created this FREE report to help you survive and profit.
I have just put the finishing touches on Stock Market Tsunami to help you survive and profit from what I believe is the single greatest threat to your wealth since 1929.
In Stock Market Tsunami, I tell you when and where the K-Wave will strike first ... the investment markets that will crash ... the alternative investments that are destined to make
you rich ... and much more.
In short, I show you how you can “surf” the K-Wave for massive profits now and avoid the crash that will follow.
Just click this link to read Stock Market Tsunami for free now.
But please hurry:  Once you read it, you’ll see why I may not be able to leave it online very long.
Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research

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