AVAIA Market Forecast and Recommendations SPOT ON, AGAIN

Subscribers to the newsletter and those who purchased the special report released on May 9th know well that my market analysis was spot on once again (click here for details).

I doubt that any of you realize how close to impossible it is to forecast the market all while protecting downside risk. This is especially true when you are issuing a monthly and at most, bi-monthly analysis.
There are not many firms that forecast the market. But I can guarantee you those that do go about it by issuing daily analysis. Why? because things change daily. So what happens is that they have you going back and forth like a yo-yo; these forecasts say up one day and down the next, rarely giving you a longer-term perspective, or trend. But the trend is critical.
If you can develop a reasonable amount of success forecasting market direction, you don't need to know a thing about securities. You don't need to know a thing about valuation or anything else. All you need to do is buy and sell or short the indices, like the DIA (DJIA), SPY (S&P 500 Index) or the Nasdaq Composite (QQQQ).
Some market forecasting firms claim to be the biggest. But that's not something that will help you necessarily. What you need is the best. As a matter of fact, the one market forecasting firm I know of that prides itself as the largest in the world has been forecasting downside in the market for many months, effectively keeping investors out of the market during the tremendous rally.  
I think you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone else in the world that has a better track record forecasting this market than me (so far anyway). So for now, as long as it lasts, I'm going to toot my horn because these things never last.
But of course, while market forecasting firms only provide market forecasting, I provide much more content in the AVAIA newsletter, from global economics to securities analysis and other topics, all designed to TEACH you how to become a more sophisticate investor. I also show some of the tricks or shortcuts I've used successfully over the years that no one else knows about, like for example, those used to assess downside risk and valuation in BP vs XOM, as discussed here /article_details-541.html.
In fact, as I have mentioned before, the content of the AVAIA newsletter could easily be split up into 4 or 5 newsletters, each with their own separate subscription fee. I just might be splitting the newsletter up in the future, but those who lock in current rates will receive all of these publications (not including any others I might begin which were not part of the original newsletter, such as a biotech/healthcare newsletter for instance).
Hopefully, subscribers have profited well and avoided losses. If so, send me an email and let me know if this is the case. 
In a couple of weeks the June newsletter will be released.
In the June issue, I will be profiling some additional dividend gems; common stocks paying out 6% dividend yield and higher.
I will also profile a nice bond fund I like with low fees, very nice transparency, and diversification like you won't believe. I've been following this fund for over 10 years now, so I'm a bit familiar with it. 
I also plan (time permitted) to show you how to determine the asset allocation of your own investment portfolio.
This will of course be in addition to the market forecast, economic analysis, the dollar/euro, dollar/yen, gold, oil and much more.


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