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What happens when three of Stansberry's top analysts all agree on something?
It usually turns out pretty well if you take our advice. (And you might see a pig or two flying, because all three of us being on the same page is solar-eclipse rare.)
"Things must really be bad. Even Doc's finally getting bearish."
I've heard similar comments from readers these past few weeks. They noticed a change in my writing. It's not surprising. I've earned a reputation for my optimism on this current bull market. But as I've said recently, I'm getting worried.
It's January. And if you're like most Americans, you've probably launched into some new fad diet to try to shed those extra pounds.
Longtime readers know I hate diets, particularly fad diets that cause more harm than good. They're too hard to follow and once you drop off, you pack any lost pounds right back on.
You know the government is shut down. And you know this is (at least one thing) roiling the stock market. The question on everyone's mind, of course, is what should you do about it?
It's now been 18 days with certain federal functions furloughed. It's now tied as the second-longest shutdown in history. The longest lasted 21 days back in 1995 to 1996.
Doc's note: Last month was chaotic in the markets. And now that we're in a new year, everyone wants to know what to do with their money.
That's why I'm sharing an essay from my friend and colleague Dr. Steve Sjuggerud. Steve details a group of stocks that, thanks to a more than 20% decline last year, present a big investment opportunity now.
"Great bull markets always end in euphoria. But that's not where we are today... not even close."
During a special event aired on Wednesday, my friend and partner Dr. Steve Sjuggerud explained to an audience of tens of thousands of people why there's still room for the current bull market to run.
Doc's note: You can't time the market, but there are early warning signs before things start to get bad. In today's issue, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud shares an important early warning indicator that tells him when to start worrying...
If you're worried right now, make sure you tune in this Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern time. Steve will detail how to make a profit in the final months of the bull market, when he's expecting the next bear market to hit, and his No. 1 investment to get into right now.
It's the No. 1 question we're seeing right now...
How do I time the top of the market?
Doc's note: Last week was rough for stocks... In just a few days, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost nearly 1,500 points.
But, according to my good friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud, the best 12 months in stocks are ahead of us. As Steve explains in today's essay, we're in for a boom – thanks to something called the "presidential election cycle."