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Is It Time for YOU to Buy Stocks? Experts Disagree...

As the stock market rally surges to all-time highs, millions of Americans face a daunting question: Is it time to invest?

Make the wrong decision, and you could kiss your retirement good-bye. Make the right decision, and . . . well, you could easily retire 10 years sooner than you ever imagined possible.

(But, as you will soon see, perhaps there is a third option).

Unfortunately, experts are not providing any clarity. Some say a 90% correction is in sight, and others are calling for a 399% rally catapulting the Dow up to 60,000.


“This is a fake recovery. It’s completely artificial,” warns Robert Wiedemer, economist and author of the New York Times best-selling book Aftershock.

Wiedemer garnered national acclaim for correctly predicting the collapse of the real estate market (2006) and the stock market (2009) that almost sank the United States during the “Great Recession.”

And he thinks what’s coming will be worse than we have ever witnessed: “We will see 50 percent unemployment, a 90 percent stock market crash, and 100 percent annual inflation . . . starting as soon as this year.”

In a recent video interview, Wiedemer displays five alarming charts to back up his controversial claims. So shocking are some of his statements that one donor to President Barack Obama tried to ban the video’s message (unsuccessfully).

Since its launch, the interview has gone viral with over 50 million concerned citizens tuning in to prepare for “the unthinkable.”

Editor’s Note: See the full uncensored interview with Weidemer.


Offering a stark contrast to Weidemer’s outlook is Bill Spetrino, who has recently gone on record calling for the Dow to climb to 60,000.

And Spetrino’s track record of success makes his prediction worth considering. His Dividend Machine newsletter has been ranked #1 by Hulbert Financial and the model portfolio has posted annual returns of over 25 percent.

Spetrino assembles abundant evidence to back up his wild claim, but perhaps most enticing is a unique cyclical chart displayed in a recent animated video.

“The market moves in 15-year cycles,” Spetrino explains. “We entered a bear market cycle — a period when stocks remain flat — in 2000. A bull market cycle — a period when stocks rally — is forming at this very moment.”

Spetrino quickly points out that historically, going back to 1896, these bull market cycles have spun off returns of 399%. A similar rally would send the Dow up to 60,000.

However, that last bull market cycle (1988 to 2000) handed out returns of 1003%, and there is no reason the next cycle couldn’t post similar profits.

Spetrino still urges, “Buy now. Expect some turbulence for the next few months. But buy now.”

Editor’s Note: See Spetrino’s animated video that details the evidence for a 399% stock market rally by clicking here.


But the fact remains that nobody has a crystal ball, and the stock market is still the great unknown for everyone — which is why over 50% of Americans prefer to skip the anxiety and remain on the sidelines.

But, as yet another expert contends, staying “safe” on the sidelines is perhaps the most dangerous thing a person could do.

“Inflation will destroy everything you have saved,” explains Sean Hyman, editor of the Ultimate Wealth Report.

Hyman points out that even if we have just 3 percent annual inflation, savings will be depleted by 50 percent within 23 years.

Instead, Hyman contends, you just have to focus on which stocks to buy.

“People have to invest in stocks, but you have to focus on companies that have real value.”

Hyman is a two-decade stock market veteran who regularly appears on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg, preaching the importance of finding this real value.

“These are the stocks that Wall Street has completely mispriced. Their error gives us the opportunity to buy great companies on the cheap, often trading near or even below their book, or liquidation, value. This gives us a much larger margin of safety, and of course, Warren Buffett made his fortune buying great companies that Wall Street mispriced.”

Hyman has put together a video presentation where he shares the exact methods he uses to identify profitable investments in any market. It’s a three-pronged system that harnesses technical analysis, fundamental analysis, and sentiment analysis.

“A company has to pass my 23-point checklist before is send it out to subscribers,” explains Hyman. “The great thing about this system is it can help us find value stocks in bear markets, bull markets, or even flat boring markets.”

It’s this system, Hyman says, that helped him turn his father’s retirement account from a meager $40,000 into a $396,000 windfall over a short amount of time . . . using just one stock, to boot!

“When I first heard Sean’s story of helping his father rebuild his retirement account in the nick of time, I knew it was a story I had to share with Newsmax readers,” said Aaron DeHoog, the financial publisher at Newsmax. “I know we have many readers in the same position as Sean’s father, looking for someone they can trust to help them too. That’s why I asked Sean to put together his presentation. It’s information that needs to be shared.”

In his video, Hyman not only explains his system in detail, but he also gives away his favorite pick . . . a stock that he says will rally 80% in the next few weeks as investors recognize a “blunder” in one of the Obama administration’s policies.

Editor’s Note: See Sean’s video that reveals his system for making money in any type of stock market.


Deciding to invest, or not to invest, could mean the difference between extreme wealth and extreme poverty.

No matter what, it’s important to perform your due diligence, and then make a choice that is right for you.

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Thursday, 30 May 2013 11:46 AM
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