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Dear Friend and Fellow Trader, As you may have noticed, neither the Bears nor the Bulls have control of today’s market. What we have right now seems more like a Cowardly Lion… with every brave advance quickly beaten down by fear. The bad news is: With the entire planet plagued by economic uncertainty, this Cowardly Lion could be around for a very long time. The GREAT news is: You can make a ton of money anyway! Let me show you how. Powerful Hybrid Trading Tool Virtually Guarantees Success My name is Wendy Kirkland. And I’m best known for the powerful hybrid indicator I accidently stumbled upon back in 2009. Known as the P3 Squeeze, the synergy released when I placed a little-known oscillator over my favorite trend indicator worked like magic to bring financial freedom to hundreds of men and women from all walks of life.
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Catch a Falling Star! How Sector Rotation Keeps T3 Profits Coming
Certain sectors of business profit more in certain stages of an economic cycle. Early Bull Market: Financials, Technology, Consumer Discretionary Mid-to-Late Bull Market: Materials, Industrials, Energy, Telecom Defensive Bear Market: Health Care, Staples, Utilities What the “Big Boys” try to do is predict economic conditions 3-6 months in advance. And move their money out of stocks favored by the last cycle and into stocks preferred in the upcoming cycle. Sometimes their timing is good and sometimes it’s not. But that’s not the point. The thing that’s important to you and me is this… There is always a ‘falling star’ somewhere for you to profit from!
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