SEC’s Lifting of 1933 Non-Solicitation Ban Will Lift Markets 100% Higher
By Michael Markowski (December 3, 2013)
The Global capital markets and economies will grow significantly due to the SEC’s July 2013 announcement lifting the 80 year old ban on advertising and non-solicitation:
- The major US stock indices including the Dow Jones 30 Industrials composite, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ will all double between now and 2018.
- All major global stock indices will also double by 2018.
- That the economies of all of the developed and most of the emerging countries will grow significantly for at least the next five years.
- That the price of gold will continue to fall to below $1,000 in 2014.
- That the price of gold will decline to consecutive annual new lows from 2013 to 2018.
- That the budget deficits of all of the world’s developed countries will decline significantly between 2014 and 2018.
The next three to five years and possibly the next ten years will go down in history as the world’s biggest bull market. There is a video that is now available that contains information including my proprietary research which supports my bullish predictions.
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Dow Up 5% to all time High, Gold Down 10% to 3 Year Low since May 2013
Approximately six months ago on May 22, 2013, which was the day after the Dow Industrials had hit an all time high my research report “Put a Fork in the Bear” was published. In the report I predicted that the Dow Jones 30 Industrial Average would continue to advance to new highs. On that date the Dow was at 15,307. The Dow has since advanced by 779 points, a gain of approximately 5%, and closed on the last day trading day of November at a new all time high of 16,086.
In my same research report I also predicted that the price of gold would fall to below $900 by sometime in 2014. Gold on that date was at $1393. It has since fallen to a three year low and most recently had declined by 10% to $1252.