Inflation Watch: This Popular Sector is in Serious Trouble in 2018

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Tech is warning about inflation.

Tech performs terribly during periods of higher inflation. If you think I’m making this up, take a look at the NASDAQ’s performance versus Gold during the last inflationary spike in 2011.

Tech tanked, Gold soared.

Which is why the recent very bearish breakdown in Tech is worth noting.

Between this and the rise in inflationary signals in the financial system (the NY Fed's UIG, the Cleveland Fed's stick inflation, and Producer Price Indexes), it’s looking more and more like 2018 will be a repeat of 2011.

And the good news is that with the right investments, you could see major returns.

We just published a Special Investment Report concerning FIVE secret investments you can use to make inflation pay you as it rips through the financial system in the months ahead

The report is titled Survive the Inflationary Storm. And it explains in very simply terms how to make inflation PAY YOU.

We are making just 100 copies available to the public.

To pick up yours, swing by:

https://www.phoenixcapitalmarketing.com/inflationstorm.html

Best Regards

Graham Summers

Chief Market Strategist

Phoenix Capital Research

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LawsofPhysics's picture

LOL!!! 

 

Hey dipshit, there is a big difference between paper gold and physical gold (or any physical asset of real fucking value).

 

Execute ALL the useless overcompensated paper-pushing fucks!!!!  Even you Graham. Fuck it, "at this point, what difference does it make?"

He-He That Tickles's picture

I thought all I needed was colostrum?

gmrpeabody's picture

If only they had ordered the report from Pheonixcapitalmarketing.com...

Honest Sam's picture

...and now a word from a Sponsor.

YUNOSELL's picture

Venezuela could easily solve their inflation problem by just adjusting to the USA's methodology for calculating inflation -- then they'd discover they needed to print more money