Yesterday we showed you how our calls presented in our special video presentation have continued to yield huge returns. Please take a look.
The kills keep coming in. Here is another one for you. JC Penny (JCP).
At the time the presentation was created (May 30, 2012), shares of JCP were trading at nearly $28.
Today, shares closed at $20.32.
That's a 25% gain in 5 weeks for those who followed our advice and took a short position.
In fact, we stated that shares would most definitely fall to the low-20s and could even decline to the high-teens.
Have a look at excerpts of the presentation in the video below (the video quality in this excerpt is poor but the full video is very clear).
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