How to Time the Stock Market

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A MAJOR BREAKOUT is ahead for a select group of stocks!

Dear Fellow Investor,

Make no mistake about it—the bull market is entering a dangerous new phase. One that will soon affect all the stocks you own.

Here’s why:

Concerns over the unrest in the Middle East, the price of oil, high taxes and bloated government spending are beginning to rattle investors.

At the same time, the new jobs the administration has promised are failing to materialize as more high tech, high paying jobs disappear and the dollar continues to fall.

Does this signal the end of the bull market? Or, perhaps, could it mean bigger profits ahead for a whole new set of stocks?

My answer will shock you because despite “sell everything now” messages the financial media is sending you, I’m NOT—I repeat, NOT—forecasting a continued SELL OFF.

On the contrary, our time-proven technical indicators are forecasting a MAJOR BREAKOUT ahead for a select group of stocks that continue to defy the collapse as our market data clearly shows.

Unfortunately, most investors will miss the next run-up as the financial media continues to scare you with story after story about the jobless recovery, the poor housing market, rising energy costs, and the many other forces that indicate that a double-dip recession is in your future …

… all but ignoring the mounting scientific data that shows that in fact, yes, the economic picture is not only brightening but also offering you the opportunity to scoop up 30% to 50% gains in the new year.  

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