The Mysterious Pattern No One Saw Coming

The Mysterious Pattern No One Saw Coming

During second half of 2015, the U.S. stock market posted its largest decline in years.

On Monday, August 24, the Dow plummeted 1,089 points within minutes of the opening bell. It was the largest point loss ever during a single trading day. Iconic U.S. companies like GE and Pepsi saw their stocks drop 20%. Costco fell 16%, and the world's richest people lost $306 billion.

Nobody saw it coming.

However, approximately 5 days before the crash, a mysterious pattern appeared on the S&P 500.

Now, whether or not you lost money in the recent market correction, it's critical you understand how this mysterious pattern works...

Not only can it help you determine which stocks in your 401(k) or IRA will keep going down, but also which ones will rebound allowing you to recoup your losses and profit.

Click here to view the presentation.

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