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Dear Loyal Reader,

The Stock Power Rating system is a great tool for finding stocks in bubble territory.

If the stock price is sky high…

But the rating is super low…

That’s a huge red flag.

And also a profit opportunity in the making … if you know the right trade to make.

Case in point…

On September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy.

It was the largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history. And it triggered the Great Recession that was felt around the world.

However, savvy investors who saw this coming made historic profits.

Hedge fund manager David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital saw the fatal flaw in Lehman’s financials.

And three months before the firm declared bankruptcy, he bet against it.

The result: He generated $2 billion in profits.

And that’s not even the biggest payout…

That award goes to hedge fund manager John Paulson who racked up $15 billion in profits after Lehman collapsed.

It was the largest one-year payout in Wall Street history.

Today, the exact situation is playing out again with another company … in another sector of the economy.

The Stock Power Rating system just found it.

Only this time, the company in question is seven times bigger than Lehman was in 2008.

That’s right. SEVEN. TIMES. BIGGER.

That’s why Adam O’Dell is hosting a special event on Tuesday, February 14 at 1 p.m. ET.

He’s going to show you how to use the Stock Power Rating system in a completely new way … to profit from falling stocks.

It’s 100% FREE to attend. All you need to do is register.

Adam’s research concludes that, if you bet against it, you can position yourself for a shot at 2,000% gains or more as all this unfolds over the next six months.

During the event, Adam will reveal the name and ticker symbol of the company in question.

You won’t want to miss this.

Go here now to reserve your spot.


Matthew Clark
Chief Research Analyst, Stock Power Daily


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