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Seven Risk Factors That
Could Drive the Markets Lower

What You Can Do NOW to Help Protect Yourself

With so much uncertainty around the world, this is one of the most turbulent times in recent memory. The question on everyone’s mind is: Have we seen the worst, or are the markets poised to drop even further? Remember, the last serious market correction was 2007-2009. Many believe we are past due for a significant market drop, especially after the massive stock price gains we’ve seen since the bottom in March 2009.

Unfortunately, there is no way to know for sure what will happen next. So what’s an investor to do? Buy stocks (or keep the stocks you already own), and hope the markets don’t go lower? Remember, in the 2007-2009 bear market, the S&P 500 lost over 50%. If you do the math, you’ll realize that a 50% loss means you have to make 100% just to get back to where you were before the loss. Big losses are painful, and are often slow to recover from. This means investors need a new strategy in this uncertain environment.

Seven Risk Factors coverMy latest Special Report, "Seven Risk Factors That Could Drive the Markets Lower" will explain why these seven risk factors could tank the markets. Knowing and understanding the challenges facing the markets can help you plan for the future. At the end, we’ll discuss some strategies you can use now to be ready, whether the markets go up or down in the future.

The time to bite your nails and hang on through thick and thin is over, in my opinion. Download my Special Report today so you too can take advantage of this important information.

All the best,

Gary D. Halbert
President & CEO


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