Joel Litman says a massive shift is headed for the stock market.
It could wipe out a specific sector of the tech bull market…yet the mainstream media hasn’t said a word.
You won’t hear about it on CNN or MSNBC. Or your local news.
There hasn’t been a peep out of Fox News.
Despite the number of Americans who will be directly affected by this crash.
“I can’t believe no one is telling people about this. It’s almost dishonest,” Litman said.
Joel s unique investigative skill has a history of uncovering the truth…
Even when it goes against what the mainstream media wants you to believe.
Like when he called the March 2020 crash a month early… warning of the “possibility of a negative shock” in early February.
Just a few weeks later, the negative shock came… And the market dropped 34% in a matter of days.
Anyone who listened to Joel’s warning was prepared.
Joel called the bottom of the March crash as well.
On March 16, at the low point, Joel wrote:
“Investors are fearful today. This is the time for the ‘smart money’ to remain greedy.”
Over the next month the market rallied…
And it hasn’t looked back since.
He predicted the rise of tech superstars like Square, RingCentral and AMD… even as most experts said to avoid them.
And those who followed Joel’s recommendations could’ve made 816%, 1,560% and 2,247%, respectively.
That’s why 8 of the top 10 money managers in the world use Joel’s research.
Credit Suisse once built a whole department around his unique skill.
His uncanny knack for spotting market discrepancies has been featured on CNBC and in Forbes and Barron’s.
Joel has taught his stock market technique to future CEOs at Harvard and the Wharton business school.
In fact, former Harvard business professor John Sviokla said of Joel’s unique system:
“Unless you’re running billions of dollars and hiring the best talent, you’ll never see anything like this.”
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