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Stock Market Game Theory: How The Market REALLY Works

The stock market hit another all-time high last week. I want to remind you that it also did so in the years 2000 and 2007 as well.

The year 2000 of course, was the beginning of a vicious two-year bear market where investors' dreams of indefinite prosperity vanished.

We all remember what followed 2007, as the 2008 financial crisis saw most investors lose 30-60% of their wealth a second time in less than a decade.

Here we are again at all-time highs and the unsuspecting public is not just heavily invested, but they have borrowed more money than ever before to buy stocks. Stupid, right?

Many of these same people sold in a panic back in early 2009, right before things turned around. The stock market has nearly tripled since then.

The idea is to buy low and sell high, which is the opposite of what most people do. That's why it pays to be contrarian and act based on logic rather than emotion.

Today I wanted to share with you an essay my colleague and good friend, Steven Jon Kaplan wrote. It explains how the stock market really works. It's called "Stock Market Game Theory" and you can read it by clicking this link.

If you'd like to avoid losing 30-60% of your money over next couple of years, let's talk now.

We can put together a plan with the intention of selling your investments near their all-time highs and buying them back again once they are 30-60% cheaper and set to again double or even triple in value over the bull market that follows.

Of course, there are also proven assets that can allow you to not only protect, but grow your money as the market is falling. I'm happy to discuss those with you as well.

The number to call is 1-800-996-4657 or email to discuss your needs.

Talk to you soon!

Flourish and prosper,
Craig Brockie - Registered Investment Advisor
Contrarian Advisors - Rational Wealth Management
Phone: 1-800-996-4657 - Email:
Address: 433 North Camden Drive, Sixth Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

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