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As seen on Fox Business, Barron’s and the highest levels of the American financial world…

There’s a good reason 20,000 Financial Insiders trust this investment analyst…

He bought a certain energy stock in July at $8.49. On September 1st, he sold half for $16.02 — an 89% profit.

He sold the other half two weeks later at $17.54 — a 107% profit.

He then rolled his profits into a new energy play in Toronto that increased 50% over the next 2 weeks.

Such results are normal for an investment analyst whom I’ll call Mr. X.

Would you like him working by your side too?

In this letter, you’ll have the chance — alongside Mark and myself — in offshore markets that:

And perhaps best of all, you can use virtually any popular online discount broker — within the US or outside — to trade it.

I’ll get into that in a moment. But first, let me tell you how Mr. X consistently produces market-beating returns.

How to Predict — with Stunning Accuracy — When a Stock Will Go Up

Seasoned professionals can (and should) be skeptical. No one can know when any given asset class, market or stock is going to go up or down, can they?

And the answer is no, they can’t. At least not in the conventional sense. Because — as we all know — markets are complex. Other than perhaps a tweet from Elon Musk, rare is the one thing that moves a stock, asset class or market all on its own.

But here’s the thing… markets may be complex but people are not.

In fact, you and I and Bob down the street are all pretty predictable.

We are all products of our education, our experiences and the wider culture we live in.

We are all part of different groups too. Schools. Churches. Newsletter subscriptions. A company. And so on.

Every one of these groups has  their own “language” to a degree. They have their own way of thinking about things and approaching problems. Or, simply said, they have a certain collective psychology.

Investors are no exception.

And amazingly, this can be mapped out on a chart.

With that chart, we don’t need to try and predict the market. We just have to know what everyone else is going to do as certain conditions are met.

And that’s the key to winning this game — we don’t play the market; we play the people playing the market.

Mr. X is a master at this.

And it’s why…

…more than 20,000 Financial Insiders
trust his investment insights

That includes the biggest global banks… the largest wealth managers, hedge funds, commodity traders and the executives of public companies. In more than 8,000 documented firms. It’s a veritable who’s who of Wall Street, Bay Street (Toronto), the City (London), Bahnhofstrasse (Zurich) and every other major trading center.

For example:

… and many, many more.

His work has been featured in the financial press, including Barron’s, Reuters Eikon and the TD Ameritrade platform.

For years, his research has appeared on Fox Business.

And he’s been asked to speak at important trade conferences to teach other market insiders to do what he does.

“So if all that’s true,” you might be asking yourself, “then why can’t I know his name?”

To that, the answer is simple.

A number of the firms listed above pay Mr. X big money to create daily custom research reports for their leadership team, brokers and investment advisors.

He has the perfect job… he works from home a few hours a day doing something he loves. Heck, I’d love that gig too!

And although these big Wall Street firms can’t stop him from selling his research to others (they tried; he said no), they won’t be happy that he’s offering his experience to individual investors at a small fraction of the six-figure fee they pay him.

Normally, he wouldn’t consider something like this. But we’ve known each other for a long time — when he first went out on his own, Mark and I brought him on to work with us.

So, in a way, he’s repaying the favor by helping us out in these unprecedented times.

But, I had to promise I wouldn’t jeopardize his existing contracts by sharing his name.

And I don’t want to mislead you with a pseudonym.

So “Mr. X” it is.

Please, Be Skeptical

When I work with our private clients, I often encourage them to be skeptical — to ask questions about what I, or any other expert, tells them about a given topic. I suggest you do the same.

Because I can appreciate that an idea like “play the people, not the market” sounds too simple to work. I’ve studied the world of finance and investment for years and I was skeptical too.

But once Mr. X started documenting his wins in (sometimes painful) detail, I knew there was something here.

Here are a few of his stories.

Case Study #1:

Making Two Commodity Traders $1,000,000 a Month in Profits

It was 2008 and commodities were going up up up. Anyone who has been through a commodity boom like this knows the party will end at some point. But in the meantime, there’s a lot of money to be made.

Mr. X found himself in the middle of this frenzy. He was brought in by a fuel distributor to help them make money in their fuel ethanol business. Using his unique method of “playing the people, not the market”, he could see that the signs were pointing at a massive price rally.

To take advantage of the situation, he locked in his purchase prices on contracts for future delivery, betting on higher prices in the coming months.

As ethanol prices went up, his locked-in purchase prices became a substantial discount to the market price. He then turned around and sold those gallons to fuel blenders on the East Coast, locking in a big profit.

He did this over and over again running up into the June 2008 peak.

By early June, he could see that the boom in ethanol (and gasoline, and crude oil) was about to end. So he structured new ethanol contracts with the future purchase prices tied to gasoline prices. When gasoline prices cratered in late summer / early fall 2008, he made a killing. In fact, he made even more on these deals than the ones on the way up.

His method works just as well to determine when markets will fall as when they will rise. This is a useful skill to have in unpredictable markets like today.

Case Study #2:

Predicting the S&P Crash

It was 2015 and once again the markets were on a tear. Almost everyone — including some well-known financial commentators — predicted the market would keep going up. Maybe even to new heights.

But on March 8, Mr. X noticed something in the data. Although the mainstream seemed to be quite bullish, enough people in the market thought otherwise — enough to create a pattern that suggested a crash was coming.

He immediately wrote to his readers. And then again and again. Every day for the next four months he saw this epic struggle between the bulls and the bears play out in black and white. No one could get the upper hand.

Until August 19th when the bears won. Over just three days, the S&P dropped 200+ points — 11%!

The smart advisors had listened and got their money out.

The ones who bought into the mainstream hype probably got a lot of angry calls from their clients.

Case Study #3:

Doubling a Hedge Fund’s Money in 9 Months

The next case story uses a volatile futures strategy not suitable for most investors. But it illustrates a valuable point — that this method can work under even the most extreme conditions.

It was 2011 and Mr. X had just set up his own shop. 

A hedge fund approached him because they wanted a way to improve their returns… and they had the financial skills to execute almost any strategy. They only had one requirement — each trade had to potentially gain 300%.

So Mr. X came up with a simple proposal: he would monitor the chosen markets (futures and Forex markets in this case).

Then, as an opportunity came up, he’d tell them:

The first trade came on September 16, 2011. The last one was sent on June 4, 2012. A total of 83 recommendations.

Over almost nine months, this strategy doubled the capital put up by the hedge fund.

But here’s the most interesting thing about this specific example: he didn’t need to win on every trade. In fact, he lost a little on 40% of the trades but still won big on the overall portfolio.

Now, I know this is an extreme example. The hedge fund was happy to take small losses on many trades in order to enjoy a big reward overall. And you shouldn’t expect to lose 40% of the time.

But it does show that this method works under many market conditions. So let’s talk a little more about that.

So what EXACTLY is it that makes this method work?

As mentioned above, markets are complex and hard to predict. But people aren’t. Their collective psychology shows up on the charts. That’s what we act on.

But how does that work exactly? Well, there are three parts:

  • 1
    Looking at the fundamentals.
  • 2
    Combining data in a certain way to show us this psychology.
  • 3
    Using probabilities to determine how that collective psychology is likely to move the market.

Let’s talk about each one.

#1.

Looking at the fundamentals.

The world will continue to need energy. Governments will put more money into fighting the effects of climate change. And, at least for the foreseeable future, firms will be pressured to be more environmentally sustainable.

These are all examples of trends that play out in the markets. Good targets tap into a strong underlying trend, which reduces our risk.

#2.

Combining data in a certain way.

Charts come in all shapes and sizes, but the most basic form will show the movement in price of a stock over time, along with the volume of trading at specific times.

This can be useful on a basic level. But the keen insight that led to Mr. X’s approach was to overlay that original chart with the volume data traded at a specific price.

In other words, where before the volume showed general interest in the target at a given time, this new approach shows the interest in the target at specific prices.

As that “volume-at-price” data plays out over time, certain patterns start to come out. To an experienced analyst, these patterns will tell us:

#3.

Using probabilities.

Nothing in life is guaranteed except death and taxes. Investing is no exception.

The more pressure there is on a target to break out, the more likely the move. But that doesn’t mean it will definitely do so. It’s a question of probability.

So, after selecting a target, Mr. X then limits his downside by establishing the right price to sell given his readings so far. He also establishes a target price so we know the potential upside.

Then he asks himself:

Given the probability of the upside versus the associated risk — is it worth taking a position?

That helps him determine whether to move forward or not.

Now, I’ll admit this may seem complicated. It took Mr. X 20 years to get to this point.

But all that time has also made sure that…

Yes, it does work in good markets, bad markets and choppy markets too.

This truly is a flexible approach that can work when the markets go up, when they go down, and when they chop sideways. For day traders or options traders, it can be used on short-term opportunities to make some good cashflow.

But here’s the thing…

If you’re an experienced trader, you can use the term “volume-at-price” to learn more how to do this yourself. You’ll probably make some mistakes as everyone does when they’re learning something new. But you’ll probably get it with enough practice.

Or you can work with Mr. X, Mark, and me and…

Have (offshore) recommendations served to you on a silver platter

We’re just about to launch our newest subscription service.

It relies on Mr. X’s method of picking winning stocks at the right time.

But just as much, it fulfills our core mission: To help people go offshore…

We call it the Nestmann Global Stock Analyst

I’ll admit, it’s not the most creative name. But it’s accurate.

Because it helps you to go offshore in the easiest way possible for most people — by investing in offshore companies.

Here’s how we deliver on that promise…

A monthly newsletter

Every month, we’ll bring you at least six recommendations — some conservative, some more speculative and the rest focused on dividends. You’ll receive everything you need to get in and get out for the most profit.

Quarterly special briefings

On topics important to international investors. That includes important regulatory compliance information, practical considerations that come with investing offshore, and other non-publicly traded opportunities that may be suitable for certain types of investors.

Alerts (as needed)

If the markets are volatile or something urgent will affect our portfolio, we’ll send subscribers an alert with the best course of action.

All of our recommendations will be pulled from markets that are easy for US clients to access… (You can even access them from your local discount online broker.)

And perhaps most importantly…

These picks will help you get out of the US dollar and away from US-centric companies

That’s the important part.

Because you know there are some great newsletter services out there. Some that can offer results (almost) as good as our Mr. X.

But none of those help you get out of the declining US dollar. Or so explicitly move you away from the US economy.

Offshore investing lets us make money in three ways

At its core, we’re looking for companies that:

Have a great fundamental story in areas tied to trends that can attract a lot of capital.
That the charts are telling us is poised to go up in price sooner than later.
Are in countries with currencies that respond to different factors than the US dollar does.

Just like in the examples above, most of our profits will come from capital gains. Occasionally, a pick can pay us to hold it in the form of dividends. And, there’s the potential to benefit from currency appreciation too.

How easy is it to invest offshore anyway?

As an American, investing in foreign companies is very easy because you can get started with any good domestic broker. Most of our clients who do it use Interactive Brokers, which offers access to more than 135 markets in 30+ countries and a few dozen currencies.

By starting out this way, there’s no extra reporting in most cases and for most people, your tax situation won’t change.

The other option is to set up an account with an offshore broker. In recent years, this has become a lot harder as many international brokers just don’t want to do all the paperwork needed to maintain a US client.

Still, however, there are two ways around this:

  • 1
    Establish residency in another country. Most of the time, banks and brokers that normally won’t work with Americans will still work with residents even if they carry a US passport.
  • 2
    If you have enough money (at least $500,000), certain wealth managers will let you use their platform to access foreign investments and help you with the paperwork. They will usually charge you a “management” fee to do so.

That said — if you’re just starting out in this — we recommend just buying non-US stocks through your domestic broker. As you gain more experience, then it makes sense to move to an offshore firm with strong respect for property.

WARNING: This is not an offer to “get rich quick”

I’ve heard many investment subscription offers over the years. I have to give credit to the few good ones who don’t promise to make you a fortune overnight.

Because the reality is, no investment approach will make you huge gains overnight unless you’re willing to take on huge risk (and maybe lose in the process.)

Now, that’s not to say that we won’t produce consistent winners. Mr. X’s record stands for itself. But we’re not going to do so in a way that endangers your capital.

You’re ultimately responsible for your own investment decisions. And you should only use money you can afford to lose.

That’s what Mark and I are doing…

We’ve found that subscribers like to know that the people behind a service like the Global Stock Analyst really stand behind their work.

That’s why Mark and I have committed to investing in every recommendation we put out there.

That way, you can rest easy knowing our money is right in there with yours.

Signing Bonus:
World Markets Forecast

I mentioned earlier how Mr. X picks the right targets. But what I didn’t mention was the research he does to help him narrow down the vast world of targets into a manageable list.

For that, he regularly analyzes the world’s big market indexes to understand where things are going. Because sometimes a company may look great but the overall market is ready to correct.

Or sometimes certain markets play on each other. The S&P, Nasdaq and Russell 2000 indexes tend to do this, for example. Seeing a pattern in one can give a sense of what’s going to affect the others… and what that can mean for the market at large.

That’s why we asked Mr. X to look at the big indexes in the US, Europe and Asia and make an informed guess as to what may affect both our recommendations and any other investments you hold too.

This bonus is yours free as our thank you for trying out this service.

And the price

If you’ve been with us for a while, you know our services are very much driven by our clients. This includes the Global Stock Analyst.

In this case, we checked in with a few dozen private clients. Many have been with us for years. In a few cases, decades.

Among other things, I asked them how much we should price this service.

I was surprised at what they said. Because although a few did mention a specific number, in true investor fashion, the more common sentiment was,

“It depends on how much money you make for me.”

That makes sense. Because you’ll only consider this a win if our recommendations make you money.

Still, we have to set a number somewhere. And after some further discussion, we set it at $1,997 a year or $547 if you’d like to pay for it quarterly.

If you have $25,000 to invest, a 10% gain over a year more than covers that fee.

Your subscription is fully guaranteed

Naturally, we can’t guarantee results since — at the end of the day — it’s up to you to invest as you see fit.

But we can guarantee you’ll be happy with the Global Stock Analyst. Try it for up to 60 days. If you like the service, you’ll want to continue. But if you don’t, let us know and get a full refund. It’s as simple as that.

Could this be the next Apple, Amazon or Microsoft?

You might have noticed a tendency among newsletter publishers to refer to their recommendation like this:

… and so on.

I get why they do it — because we all have a habit of putting off till tomorrow what can be done today. Even if there’s a direct cost to that.

So they think if they can activate your “greed glands” and then make you afraid to miss out, you’ll magically just pull out your credit card.

I’m not going to do that though. Instead, I’ll just say this.

Our recommendations are based on the best of our knowledge using a method that’s proven to make people money over time. They tie into major trends with a lot of potential. We’ve brought on Mr. X to help us time the market so that we all make the most money on a given foreign stock.

And maybe we will pick the next Apple, Amazon or Microsoft.

And maybe we will occasionally uncover a truly “one-time-only opportunity.”

But chasing a pipe dream is not the goal. Rather, our goal is to help you go offshore in a way that makes you the most money with the least risk.

On behalf of everyone here at The Nestmann Group, we look forward to helping you do that.

Sincerely,

Brandon Rowe
Senior Associate, The Nestmann Group