Wall Street's 'Secret Investment Calendar' Exposed

Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014 07:08 AM

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Do Wall Street insiders have access to a secret investment calendar they don’t want the rest of the world to know about?

According to famed investor Sean Hyman, founder of Absolute Profits, they do . . . and they are using it at your expense.

“This secret calendar helps a small group of Wall Street insiders consistently rake in 18.79% per year simply by following 38 buy and sell dates,” Hyman says, “it works reliably through bull and bear markets virtually without fail.”

Hyman admits that he is no stranger to challenging the Wall Street crowd and their questionable practices.

He is a professional investor who frequently appears on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV, and is known for going against the grain of conventional investment advice, yet his unique wisdom is almost always proven correct in the end.

But what Hyman recently discovered could be the biggest money-making cover-up in history.

As he explains, in 1968, a small group of Wall Street insiders put together a research team for the sole purpose of detecting predictable buy and sell dates that occur every year for a handful of investments.

These insiders dove into more than 10 years of data and what they found was remarkable.

They discovered 38 key dates for buying and selling specific investments. And if you bought and sold these investments based on the exact 38 dates . . . you would be practically guaranteed high returns . . . so much so, that over the past 45 years, you would have been able to outperform the market averages consistently by 250%.

According to Hyman, these Wall Street insiders put this data into a “secret calendar” and distributed it to high-level bankers, top investors, and trusted advisers.

Hyman commented, “In other words, for over 45 years, Wall Street insiders have had the chance to beat the market by 250% simply by following the 38 dates on this secret calendar — enjoying consistent high annual returns even through recessions, crashes, and stagnant markets.”

But here's where the story takes a strange, yet not at all surprising, turn.

“Instead of sharing this calendar with their clients and helping them increase their wealth,” Hyman explains, “these Wall Street insiders continued to push the ‘buy and hold’ strategy on their clients — an inferior investment plan.”

Hyman, who actually came across a rogue copy of the calendar a few months ago, has been working with a former nuclear mathematician to tweak, refine, and back-test it. His latest research showed how this calendar could help an investor achieve an 18.79% annual return.

Editor’s Note: Click Here to See a Copy of the “Secret Calendar” in a Powerful Video Presentation

Of course, any person would be thrilled with 18.79% returns for the rest of their life. That is enough to turn every $1,000 into $31,300 over a 30-year period.

But Hyman wasn’t satisfied with 18.79% annual returns.

“There were a few more tests we wanted to do to improve the returns,” he said. “18.79% annual returns were good, but we could do better. I knew I could get that number higher with less risk.”

He continued to work to improve the calendar with a “Crash Alert System,” as well as a 360-degree stock screener to improve the results.

“The Crash Alert system is designed to protect you from major sell-offs in the market. It would have told you to get out of the market before the 50% crashes in 2000 and 2008,” Hyman says. “And the 360-degree stock screener identifies the best performing stock of any sector in order to help a person achieve maximum gains.”

Hyman has put all his findings together in a new video presentation which has now been watched over a million times worldwide.

What’s more, in the video, Hyman shows viewers how they can get access to one of these Wall Street “secret calendars” for free with a special offer.

Editor’s Note: Click Here to Watch Sean’s Presentation and See How You Can Get a Copy of the Secret Calendar

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