I was recently on a private call with an elite group of the world’s top investors.

The topic: the new “Trump economy.”

Nearly all of the experts were deeply concerned about the direction of things, and many were downright bearish.

Jonathan Ruffer July 2017 Commentary

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Except for one person … Paul Mampilly.

Paul demanded all of our attention when he boldly stated…

“You guys have it all wrong…

The Dow is going to 50,000.”

You could’ve heard a pin drop.

After all, everyone on the call knew that Paul correctly predicted the crashes of 2000 and 2008. So they expected he was going to predict another crash.

However, using the exact scientific data he used to correctly predict the last two crashes, Paul explained why the market was going to rally.

In fact, he showed us why this next stock market rally will be bigger than every stock market rally before it … combined.

“This next bull market will hand you opportunities to make 100%, 500% and even 1,000%, if you know where to look,” Paul went on to say.

[It should be noted that Paul managed a $6 billion hedge fund (named the world’s best by Barron’s) and became famous for making a 76% return during the 2008 crisis (without shorting stocks). He personally made gains of 634%, 696% and 2,539% on various stocks.]

As Paul explained how everything would unfold, I began to realize he was unquestionably right.

And so did every other expert on the call.

Afterward, I asked that Paul put his findings in a video presentation that I could share with our readers.

Paul happily agreed.

And as Paul always does, he went above and beyond what I asked. He spent over a week putting a video presentation together with powerful animation to explain why Dow 50,000 isn’t just a prediction … it is inevitable.

You have to watch this video today.

Click here to watch the video, or click the play button below.

Enjoy.

Jeff L. Yastine

Editorial Director

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