Stocks may be headed for disaster – but one Finance PhD says “Don’t blame the coronavirus.”
Stocks are going haywire.
After rallying into the new year, the Dow dropped 600 points in one day as coronavirus panic gripped the world.
And even as stocks start to recover… most mainstream experts are wondering:Is this the beginning of the end of this 11-year bull market?
One millionaire former hedge fund manager believes he has the answer.
(And he’s urging Americans to not sell a single stock until they see it.)
According to Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, who gained national acclaim for predicting the dot-com crash of 2000 and the bottom of the Great Recession in 2009…Only one force has the power to kill this epic bull run.
And it has nothing to do with Brexit, the Trump Impeachment, or the coronavirus outbreak.
“All of the great crashes in history have this in common. We saw it with tech stocks in 2000… housing in 2008… even Bitcoin in 2018. These bubbles look different to the untrained eye – but they all share the exact same trigger.”
Dr. Sjuggerud has been monitoring this specific trigger for the past 7 years.
And he just went public with an urgent warning for the millions of Americans who aren’t prepared for what’s coming.
If you have any money in stocks right now, this could be the most important message you see all year.
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