Crash Canary Update – For Tuesday

So I woke up to the sound of running water this morning.

Only it wasn’t raining.

I open the blinds and behold!…

My backyard is flooded as if a New Orleans levy broke.

In an effort to comply with new water rationing here in California, I had the gardener set the sprinklers to Wednesdays and Saturdays.

No good deed goes unpunished.

I could have done it myself, but I’m a firm believer in the division of labor. Although at times, that labor requires my undivided attention.

Anyway, the day gets worse…

An angry subscriber writes in to tell me how I should give him the trades from the Exponential Growth Report, and then he’ll pay me later when he makes money with the strategy.


EGR bites into the juiciest stocks on the planet and spits out $100 bills.

The kind of companies they write movies about.

And this silly nose-nugget wants it free?

Imagine going up to the dean of Harvard and telling him you’ll pay tuition after you land him a cushy job.

“Take a hike kid. And don’t let the door hit you on the way out.”

But then I remembered something. Silly me. I DO give away my strategy for trading high growth, disruptive stocks.

I give away my complete 10 module course on trading them…you have two full weeks to go through every last video.

If you don’t like it, just let me know before two weeks, and you won’t be charged for it.

Isn't that awesome?

A word of warning to the dreamers and unicorn chasers…

Please don’t go through the course if you’re expecting to suddenly quit your job and trade for a living. It takes awhile to snowball your nest egg.

Don’t order if you’re not going to dedicate the time to go through all 10 modules. Week one is pretty simple. But week two…it’s pretty grueling because the concepts are foreign to 99.9% of traders.

It's where the rubber meets the road.

>> Access the course today for free <<

Crash Canary Status:


Crash Canary Status 10/27/14: Crash Canary is sick. Ebola? (50% bonds)
Highest Ranked Positions 10/27/14: TLT, XLP

Current Positions: TLT (50%), XLP (50%)

About the Crash Canary: Based on scientific research conducted back to 1926, the Crash Canary invests in US bonds and stock sectors. Consider it a “lite” yet fully functional trading model derived from the global Atlas Order strategy. Both have performed exactly as advertised in the harshest environment known to any trading model: The future.