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Why a Panic-Driven Market Crash Could Be the Most Profitable Event of the Decade

Back in October, JPMorgan Chase analysts Eduardo Lecubarri and Nishchay Dayal warned that the $7.4 trillion of global assets parked in passive funds could "exacerbate a rout" during the "next recession."

Well, they were half right: We're not in a recession.

But the escalating sell-off – especially in the highflying, index-leading big-cap stocks – is weighing heavily on passive investors.

"Weighing heavily," as in, passive investors are losing lots of money just about every day.

Active investors and traders, like us, have options. We can hedge, we can get short, trade puts, even go to cash – there are moves we can make.

Passive investors? Well, they could become active in a major way just about any day now. The panic would be legendary.

If that happens – and we are getting close to market levels that could turn passive investors into very active panic-sellers – a crash may not be far off.

The good news is, if you're ready for what could be coming, you stand to make a huge amount of money in a hurry...


Just One Thing Stands Between Bitcoin and a Pool of $41.4 Trillion

For years, followers of cryptocurrency have awaited one major development that would boost prices to the heights they've long dreamed of – large institutional investors like pension funds investing in Bitcoin.

Together, the world's top 22 pension markets are worth a hefty $41.4 trillion. With all cryptocurrencies combined worth just over $300 billion, it's not hard to see how a small portion of that could move cryptocurrency prices substantially higher.

Despite this, pension funds have yet to climb aboard the crypto train.

This is the obstacle holding them back - and it won't be long before it's removed...


How Central Banks and the IMF Will Try to Kill Bitcoin... and Replace It with Something Terrifying

Theorists of all kinds and persuasions agree: We're almost certainly hurtling toward a cashless, digital currency-using society at some point in the not-too-distant future.

The question is, what is it going to look like?

Realistically, it will be nowhere near the original vision laid out for Bitcoin, much to the chagrin of crypto-enthusiasts and real-money libertarians everywhere.

As I'm going to show you, the path being taken is a tale of national, international, and even supranational intrigue that you might never have imagined.

It's filled with so many contradictions, it's become laughable.

Yet the central planners behind it all have so much to gain, it's a near certainty that soon we'll all be using the same virtual global cryptocurrency – like it or not.

And if you think your freedom and privacy are threatened now... well you ain't seen nothin' yet...


Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF Update This Week Could Help SEC Approval

As the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF enters the home stretch in its bid for SEC approval, its latest filing shows it's doing all it can to convince the agency that its ETF will be a safe investing vehicle.

The latest amendment to the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust's S-1 filing reveals that it has enlisted two respected partners, financial services company State Street Corp. and accounting firm Burr Pilger Mayer.

The changes in the Winklevoss ETF also had several answers for its critics...