Category Archives: Lowball Orders

Five Reasons You STILL Don’t Want to Believe a Perma-Bear

The markets are flirting with new highs once again and, once again, the perma-bears are out in force.

I have nothing against them.

Many, in fact, are exceptionally gifted thinkers.

But the fact that they’ve been as wrong as the day has been long since… oh, I dunno… March 2009 has got to sting. The S&P 500 has risen 320% since then which is enough to turn every $10,000 invested into $42,300 or more.

Many of the stocks I’ve recommended have done even better. Apple, for instance, has jumped a staggering 1,630%, Raytheon’s tacked on 416.2% and Alphabet’s up 118.6%, and. That’s enough to turn $10,000 into $173,020… $51,620… even $21,860, respectively.!

My point?

Sell if you want but doing so is potentially one of the single worst and most expensive mistakes you’ll ever make unless, of course, you have to (which is another subject for different time).

And I’m going to prove it to you now.

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No Matter How Bad It Looks, Never Believe a Permabear

Today’s column will contain some of the most valuable investing advice you’ll ever read.

But be forewarned. You won’t see this anywhere else.

What I have to say is direct… blunt even.

I’ve chosen to publish this column today because I want every investor who reads it to have a fighting chance in the months ahead, at a time when the headlines are hopelessly negative and running for the hills seems like a prudent thing to do.

Not 1 in 1 million investors will come to terms with today’s message, which is too bad, considering how much wealth will be created by those few – like you – who do.

Even if the others don’t want to believe it

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