Dozens of investment titans are making billion-dollar bets that the stock market is quickly approaching a massive crash, but perhaps most shockingly of all … is why.
Multibillionaire Carl Icahn, for example, recently increased his short positions by 600% … betting as much as $4.3 billion that the stock market will plummet sharply and suddenly!
George Soros – who is considered to be the most successful hedge fund operator in history for timing market crashes – is getting in on the action too. He just made a $2.2 billion bet that the market would collapse.
Mysteriously, just about every major financial whale is taking specific steps against the market.
In fact, we haven’t seen this many concentrated bets on an immediate crash since 2008 when the stock market collapsed by 58%.
Why does it seem like a titanic crash is on the horizon?
One possibility is linked back to a little-known calendar.
Devised by a group of Wall Street analysts in 1905, and kept closely by insiders, this little-known calendar has accurately predicted every boom and bust for the last 100 years.
But now, Jeff Yastine – an Emmy-nominated investigative reporter – is coming forward with this calendar, revealing it to the public for the first time ever in a new video exposé (the video is posted below).
Yastine says he was handed a copy of the calendar a decade ago during a private interview, and that it singlehandedly forewarned him of the 2008 crisis months in advance.
“The calendar shows how the market moves in periodic patterns,” Jeff explains: “It simply labels each year with a corresponding letter. For example, 2008 was a ‘K’ year, meaning ‘low stock prices.’ Hence, I was forewarned of the crash.”
In the video, one can see that 2016 is a “D” year … meaning low stock prices.
With this kind of information at hand, it’s easy to see why those in-the-know are making big bets that a stock market crash is imminent.
But, what’s even more exciting for investors, is what 2018 holds. Yastine believes that if one uses his version of the calendar, they could add an extra $1.2 million to their retirement.