The Market-Moving Event Just 60 Days Away

One analyst is making a bold prediction -- and it could come true in just 60 days!

by Stansberry Research SPONSORED

    Published on Aug 23, 2019 at 7:59 AM
    Updated on Aug 23, 2019 at 11:18 AM

    After nearly 27-years studying the stock market as a hedge fund manager, broker, and analyst, one senior analyst thought he was prepared for everything Mr. Market threw his way.

    But last December he got word of a huge market event that's now less than 60 days away.

    He sent an urgent note to over 75,000 people who, over the years, had requested to be kept updated on his predictions.

    This analyst has developed quite the following after calling the Dot-Com crash in January 2000, the gold boom of 2003, the bottom of the Great Recession in 2009, the housing boom in 2011, and DOW 20,000 in 2012...

    But what he's discovered now could trump anything else he's ever predicted.

    This analyst has arranged to send this note to as many people as possible - anyone who's retired or thinking about retiring soon, or has any money in the markets needs to be aware of what's about to happen.

    A huge story is breaking in the financial world... and he seem to be the only person covering it.

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