In the year 1999, one Mr. Porter Stansberry launched the Stansberry and Associates Investment Research firm. Now the privately owned firm goes by the name Stansberry Research. Stansberry Research is a research publishing firm. The company employs a team of experienced analysts and researchers who take on specific areas of expertise, do their research and publish their findings for their clients. For the clients to access this information, they have to have a subscription to the publication.
Stansberry Research publishes weakly and daily newsletters. These newsletters address issues like the financial meltdown, investment, and economic strategies, gives informed insight on different market opportunities, and a wide array of controversial and diverse problems in the corporate sector. Each of these newsletters is published and edited by a specific person who has specialized in the bulletin’s subject matter. For example, the Retirement trader by David Eifrig and the Stansberry Digest edited by Justin Brill.
In a recent article on the Stansberry digest, Justin discusses the current Melt Up in the stock market that doesn’t show any sign of coming to an end soon. Justin explains that this bull market is heading towards an explosive phase that investors should be wary of. However, most investors have determined risk takers who try to be optimistic about the market situations with hopes that the melt up effects is just speculation with no truth.
In the article, Justin explains the recent plunge in the United States indexes by over ten percent. This is what he speculates will continue happening if the melt up goes on. The reason behind the declined indexes is the volatile nature of the bouts, so he explains. The other reason to be wary of the melt-up situation is the consequences that it will result in. Another Stansberry analyst previously pointed out the fact that the melt-up would result in a surge in the stock market. These effects may go on for close to ten years or at least seven.
For investors to come out of this situation at the top, they need to look into some drastic strategies into the market. Some may chicken out and decide to sell their stocks, but this is far from the best option. Stansberry researchers advice that financiers should remain put to enjoy the gains but at the same time prepare keenly for the future consequences.