This has been a miserable year for your money.
Stocks and bonds have been absolutely crushed. Inflation is the worst it's been since the 1980s. And the classic 60/40 approach is on track for its worst year ever.
And things like gold and bitcoin, supposed "safe havens," are down almost 10% and 70% respectively.
If you're like me, your probably don't even want to open your brokerage account.
And we're not alone. Investor sentiment, meaning how folks like us feel about the market, is at its worst level since 2008.
People simply don't know what to do. They don't want to buy because it might not be the bottom, and they don't want to sell because it sure as heck isn't the top.
No one knows what will happen next. The markets could go down even more from here. A long recession could kick in and somehow things could go from bad to worse.
While that's possible...
I don't think it's likely.
In fact, I believe we're at the bottom right now (or at least close enough).
I'm sure you've heard the saying from legendary investor Shelby Davis: "You make most of your money in the bear market, you just don't realize it at the time."
We are at that point now.
And a year from now – or possibly two or three – you may look back to today, to this very moment and say, "I should have bought more."
But more of what, exactly?
Well, legendary financial researcher Herb Greenberg believes he's found the best possible way to make money as the market hits bottom and begins to turn around.
He's been digging up stories like this for years, and he says this is the best possible place to put your money RIGHT NOW.
But don't take my word for it...
Herb has just released his full analysis of this situation, an opportunity that many smart investors are already taking advantage of.
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