Hello — this is Martin Weiss with an important strategy update.
It’s only fair to acknowledge that the economic depression I foresaw in my book and in my reports is unfolding more slowly than I had expected.
For reasons I’ll explain in a moment, the next phase of the crisis we’ve been warning you about has been delayed, and this change demands a parallel change in our short- and medium-term investment outlook.
The real estate bust we forecast four years ago has happened, but right now, the housing market appears to be stabilizing.
The depression I’ve written about extensively is here, but it’s not as deep as I expected it would be by this time.
The first phase of the banking collapse I alerted you to has struck, but the second phase has been delayed.
The stock market has plunged, but this bear market rally has lasted longer than I believed it would.
My long-term outlook has not changed by one iota! All of this simply means that the calm before the next phase of this financial storm may be prolonged. And at a time like this, it is absolutely essential that intelligent and prudent investors adjust with the times — in our case, to adjust our shorter-term outlook, strategy and recommendations.
…..My staff and I are working diligently to improve every aspect of our service to you. And now that we have exclusive rights to the time-honored research of the Foundation for the Study of Cycles, we feel we’re even better equipped to help you time your investment decisions in virtually every market environment. We here to help you cautiously harness the profit opportunities — both as foreign economies grow stronger and when the bear returns to the U.S.