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Australian and USA Markets have BOTH Switched to FALLING TRENDS by Jim Berg’s Rules

Grab Your FREE Special Wrap Report 'How to Trade Falling Markets' 31 Aug 2015 6:00 AM


In late December 2007, Jim Berg posted warnings for the Australian and USA markets, then 2 weeks later switched to ‘cash’ for 18 months during the Global Financial Crisis. 

Many markets around the world fell in the order of 50% or more during those 1.5 years. 

Jim’s Report Members who followed his lead at that time and ‘went to cash’ did NOT lose millions of dollars between them. 

In recent weeks, the Australian and the USA stock markets have BOTH SWITCHED from Rising to Falling Trends - by Jim Berg’s documented Rules, as developed over his 30+ years of successful trading and investing. 

Again, Jim Berg had issued warnings to his Report Members and had closed his Report's Australian and USA notional short term trading Portfolios several weeks ahead of the stock market avalanches of 24 August 2015.

Your Free Wrap today is the first of a new series of important articles from Jim’s mentoring-style Report, called ‘ How to Trade Falling Markets, Part 1’ 

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May you trade with Jim Berg’s ‘Weight-of-Evidence,’

The ShareTradingEducation.com team

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