Supercycle Investor

The same forecasting tools that accurately predicted the Roaring 1920s, the Great Depression and every major economic event since are now flashing a warning signal ...

We’re headed toward the most severe financial roller-coaster any of us has ever seen.

These forecasting tools are not new. Some were discovered by Russian economist Nikolai Kondratieff in 1925. And several others were developed by an American economist a few years later.

The year was 1932, when U.S. President Herbert Hoover ordered one of his economists, Edward R. Dewey, to determine what caused the Great Depression.

Dewey’s ultimate conclusion was a shocker: Anyone who studied the charts depicting these cycles could have known about the approaching Great Depression well in advance.

The Depression happened because it was TIME for it to happen.

Now, in the modern era, our team of cycles analysts has been robust: Larry Edelson, who passed away in 2017, was the first. Sean Brodrick, who worked closely with Larry for over a decade, was the second. And Juan Villaverde, who has built a complex computer forecasting model based on cycles, was the third.

Their cycles research has helped to accurately predict nearly every major move in the stock market since 1986, every major trend in the gold market since 1999, plus, major movements in the U.S. dollar, the euro, oil and many other commodities.

All predictions that could have helped investors following Supercycle Investor multiply their money many times over.

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About the Editor

Widely known as the Indiana Jones of natural resources, Sean has sifted through terabytes of data and traveled tens of thousands of miles in search of companies that can make a transformative difference in the lives of investors. With his boots-on-the-ground experience, he visits mines, meets executives in person, discovers hidden opportunities and reveals pitfalls that investors should avoid.

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