Try not to panic…
A lot of experts are predicting a stock market crash…
Famous institutional investor David Tice warned “we’re getting closer to a meltdown scenario”…
The Managing Director of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, recently spoke of “clouds on the horizon” …
And hedge fund owner John Hussman ultimately expects “two-thirds of market capitalization” to vanish…
But if you’re prepared, it could lead to an extraordinary opportunity.
For example, consider January 31, 2009.
The market had erased market erased $6.9 trillion in shareholder wealth in recent months.
But on this date, a normally private hedge fund manager and financial Ph.D. – a man who’s work I’ve recently come to admire – shared a list of his favorite investments at the time.
He urged anyone who was reading, not to panic. Instead, to load up on the following stocks.
Keep in mind: These investments are NOT meant to be “crash-proof” or a way of profiting from a crash.
But by buying and holding the stocks he cited over, watch what would have happened to your money over the following years (as of last tally in September 2018)…
- 709% gain on financials (PNC.WS)
- 145% gain on biotech (BIB)
- 114% on warrants (WFC.WS)
- 107% on technology (ROM)
- 95% on the S&P (SSO)
- 310% gain on health care (RXL)
- 87% on construction (JPM.WS)
Click here for details on what he’s recommending now.
- 202% gain on real estate (BX)
- 162% gain on Texas land (TPL)
- 390% gain on a leveraged health care ETF (RXL)
- 118% gain on a multinational conglomerate (BRK.B)
- 83% gain on stock buybacks (PWK)
- 69% gain on insurance (IAK)
Well…recently, he’s begun recommending another list of stocks.
And unlike what he did in 2009, he’s putting together an online event to share more information exactly what to do with your money in the coming months.
It’s totally free and no previous investing experience is required… but you must register in advance.
If you’re worried about your money, or looking learn how to make a lot more, have a look at the details immediately.
It’s attracted a huge amount of interest.
Learn more and register on the expert’s private website, here.