Valentines Day Rush or 18-Year Bull Market?

This Tuesday night, February 14th is February’s Investors Elite
Monthly Gathering.

I just finished the new February talk, and with Greece going
into a complete melt down, Europe printing billions of Euros,
Iran and Israel about to go to war and the bogus foreclosure
settlement hitting the airwaves, it might be nice to know
what to do with your portfolio over the next 90 days. 

The reason February’s meeting is important for your portfolio
and your future wealth is because:

1) It shows you why the current bull market in gold and silver
still has another six and a half years to run its course.

2) It shows you why the unemployment numbers that came
out are completely useless and irrelevant and are misleading
Washington decision makers.

3) It shows you the number one sector that is breaking out of a
ten-year slump. The last time this sector broke out it went up
1800%.

And don’t forget the live question and answer section.

Curious about joining are gatherings?

The first meeting is free.

In-person location =
Sofitel Hotel, 223 Twin Dolphin Dr., Redwood City, Ca 94065
Doors open at 6:30pm and the talk starts at 7:00pm PST.

If you have never been to one of these gatherings please come
out and join us. There is nothing like being in person.

I will stream the meeting live over the Internet for those who
have Investors Elite access.

Questions =
If you cannot make Tuesday night’s meeting and you have
questions, please email them to
me@FearlessWealth.com.

You will have live access to this conversation if you are an
Investor Elite member. If you are an Insider Club member
you will be the first to get the recorded secession in your
inbox the next day. 

Together, we are growing and protecting your wealth,
RC Peck

PS - If you want to be part of this group and join our meeting this
Tuesday night you can find out about it here.

1 Comment

  • Constantine

    February 12, 2012

    RE:
    > why the unemployment numbers that came
    > out are completely useless and irrelevant and are

    > misleading Washington decision makers.

    they are useless all right but the real problem is that the market has long since
    stopped being driven by fundamentals. The only question is how much it is going
    to be manipulated in the run up to the November elections? Or to put this in another
    way: how much the fed's balance sheet is going to grow by then.