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Dear Fellow Investor,
About 10 years ago, the country was swept up in a housing frenzy.
The government was aggressively pushing the idea of homeownership with low–interest rates that spurred a housing and real estate boom.
People were paying smaller and smaller down payments. Lenders were throwing caution to the wind and lowering their standards.
The consensus view: this was a great bonanza that would last forever.
But I saw something different.
In 2002, I started to see the beginning of the housing bubble unfold.
Then, in 2006, at the peak of the bubble, I announced that housing was about to collapse.
I warned investors to pull out of the real estate, housing, and financial sectors months before those sectors tanked—igniting the worst economic debacle since the Great Depression.
While many investors were caught off–guard, those who followed my trend forecast were able to pull their money out of toxic sectors before getting burned.
What no one will tell you about reaping rewards
in these markets. Until now.
You want to know the dirty little secret for doing well in the markets?
It has nothing to do with the latest hot stock.
It has nothing to do with emerging markets.
The trick is knowing about emerging trends.
If you know where the markets and sectors and niches are headed before everyone else, your potential for making handsome returns is almost unlimited.
That's exactly what you find every month in Insight, the only resource that gives you the broad themes to help you make your best bets.
Let me introduce myself.
The best track record? You decide.
My name is Gary Shilling.
A poll of financial institutions conducted by Institutional Investor named me Wall Street's top economist—twice.
Futures magazine called me the #1 Commodity Trading Advisor in the country.
In 2003, MoneySense ranked me as the third best stock market forecaster, right behind Warren Buffett.
My expertise appears regularly in major publications, including Forbes, Bloomberg View, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Business Insider. I'm a frequent guest on TV and radio financial shows.
For the last 28 years, a select group of investors have received my trend forecasts every month in Gary Shilling's Insight and used them to take strategic positions before everybody else jumped on board.
My secret revealed
Spotting bubbles is one of the things I specialize in—something that very few people can do well.
I look for situations that are clearly out of line, ride up with the bubble, and then get out of the way before it breaks.
In fact, you could say I've made a career out of seeing things that no one else sees before they happen. And this goes way back. Let me explain:
I've carved a unique career out of seeing trends before others. But don't take my word for it:
If you knew the trends to pay attention to before they broke,wouldn't that be a great advantage in your investing choices?
While not every forecast we make is on the money, no advisory has a 100% track record.
We made up for them by being accurate on a basket of other themes:
Knowing what NOT to invest in is just as important. I saved my Insight subscribers from market laggards by telling them to avoid these unattractive sectors:
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As a subscriber to Insight, you get analysis that is unbiased and independent.
We don't work for a big bank where we've got an axe to grind. We look for things that are important developments with a good chance of happening that has escaped the attention of the consensus.
Insight is like having a sophisticated, tuned–in research team working for you. You get the important trends before the consensus jumps on board.
When you finish your issue every month, you have a deeper understanding of the forces at work in the market.
You know the underlying forces shaping our economy.
You can cut through the Washington double talk, Wall Street misdirection, and media saturation to make sound investment decisions.
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A. Gary Shilling
Founder and Editor
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