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CHECKMATE: Record Short Squeeze – CAPITALIZE NOW!

by | Mar 7, 2019 | Stock Market Wealth

*** POTENTIAL SHORT SQUEEZE ALERT: Before reading today’s monumental letter about the biggest risk to this debt-fueled boom – this last hurrah, this surge in stock market prices before the penultimate smash – I want to make you aware of 3 CRITICAL and potentially volatile trading patterns forming independently of each other that could yield big profits for us.

  1. Koios Beverages (CSE: KBEV & US: KBEVF) – the company is seeing the largest short position ever on its books. If buyers overwhelm the short traders with volume over the next few days, they’ll be forced to cover, most likely. The result is a short squeeze. When companies’ shares go through that, the upside, historically, is BIG.

Take a look at exactly what I mean:

With the company’s entrance into GNC and Walmart stores, Koios is likely on the way to becoming a respected and a well-recognized brand, as we see it, especially in light of today’s NEWS RELEASE, which clearly confirms the company’s growth curve!

  1. First Majestic Silver – Another major short position is on silver. It’s one of the controversial short positions in history and the subject of many conspiracies, lawsuits, and financial commentary.

It’s also reported that it is quite impossible to defeat in terms of its size. However, in 2015, the purest silver miner in Mexico, First Majestic Silver (TSX: FR & NYSE: AG), saw half of its short position covered. Right after, the stock rallied over 500% in just months.  

Remember, this is a billion-dollar company. But even at this size, its impact is enormous.

Examine this chart:

  1. Walgreens (WBA) – The company is trading for 2014 prices and for values that investors attribute to failing businesses, not thriving world dominators.

Their CEO is one of the most skillful businessmen of all time. It’s a big mistake to bet against him.

Here’s what I mean by that:

These three companies are on the cusp of potential short squeezes. Obviously, Koios (US: KBEVF) is, by far, the smallest of them all, so the potential spike could be extraordinary, in our view. 

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THE GLOBAL ECONOMY’S BAROMETER IS HAVING A HEART ATTACK

I want to show you the reasons that the 67-day rally in the S&P – the 3rd fastest this century – is ready to pop.

Courtesy: Zerohedge.com

This rally has driven up prices for our December rebound picks to all-time highs, as in the case of Starbucks, or food giant Nestle.

But what I’m about to present to you will be the nail in the coffin in terms of where the global economy is headed. It’s irrefutable evidence; disturbing, but the numbers speak for themselves, nonetheless.

The U.S. consumer is shattered to pieces, and it’s as important to global economic activity as well-developed muscles are for a boxer.

Courtesy: Zerohedge.com

Unbelievable as it might seem, the U.S. consumer is the global engine for financial activity. It’s simply an economic phenomenon, which is the reason all great investors monitor it closely.

Right now, with credit conditions tightening, it’s just not looking good for Americans. In fact, from student loans and interest expenses, to auto sales, auto loan delinquencies, and real estate mortgages, the reality is grim. The skies are black.

Here’s a snapshot of this:

Courtesy: Zerohedge.com

I have no idea if these individuals believe in the tooth fairy, but when the elites see this type of chart, they drool all over it. It’s that juicy. For them, to hike interest rates and cause a meltdown for the populous is like a fine crème brûlée after filet mignon.

They’re just asking for it, at this point.

I’ll have more about this critical pivot on Sunday. 

Watch these three companies closely – the short squeeze might be immediate.

Best Regards,

Lior Gantz
President, WealthResearchGroup.com

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