Dow Jones Industrial Average nears at all-time highs…
But it’s about to collapse
Hi. This is Harry Dent,
The Dow Jones keeps inching toward 17,000, even though last year my peers mocked my prediction that we'd surpass 16,500.
The truth is my research show stocks will continue to blast higher, but not for much longer.
After we pass 17,000, the abrupt turn-around begins.
When I predicted the tech bubble burst in 2000 or the housing bust in 2006-2007, or even Japan's collapse in 1989, I had help.
As a Harvard educated business strategist, the help I’m referring to is history. My accurate forecasts come from studying repeating cycles through time. Then using the most dependable long and short term patterns to see where we are headed.
All of the cycles are as regular as the seasons.
For investors these different cycles point to a major top around 17,000 to 17,200.
But now for the first time since the early 1930s, my most accurate long-term cycles all point down together. And they head down until late 2019.
Here is what you can expect in the coming months?
All of this will put all the major indexes on a volatile roller coaster ride that could end with the Dow losing as much as 70% by 2023.
In short: The time to prepare is now.
The Dow may look like it’ll keep soaring, smashing through that 17,000 barrier and heading to the moon, but I warn you: It’s just the beginning of the next great crash.
That’s why I’d like to give you my FREE report, The Path to Dow 6,000. In it you’ll discover how much more upside stocks have. And what this next great crash will look like.
And most importantly, what you can do NOW to prepare.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average may be setting all-time highs… but it won’t keep doing that for long! Will you be ready?