Investor Sentiment Rising Despite Kress Cycle Predicting Market Crash in 2013

Pinnacle Digest writes:

In the US, investor sentiment has been rising since January as the Dow continues its surge to potential record highs. Thanks to the Federal Reserve’s pledge to keep interest rates at virtually nothing, investors are now focused on yields into 2013. However, according to the Kress Cycle, investors should be more worried about an all-out fallout in the markets rather than dividend paying stocks.

The Kress Cycle comprises of a series of economic events that occur every 120 years. It has been strangely accurate at predicting market moves for many years and is broken down, in detail, in Clif Droke’s new article. The article explains how, for the last 15 years, we have been in what is known as an ‘economic winter’ and that we are approaching the end of it. This will result in what could be a catastrophic moment for the economy and society - with revolution in the US not ruled out. However, the one piece of good news in all of this, is that the Kress Cycle is predicting a bottom (for the stock market) in 2014. According to the Kress Cycle, that should prove to be an opportune time to enter the markets...

Click here to read Clif Droke’s article on the Kress Cycle prediction and find out exactly how it works.