What happened on Friday shocked some investors…

The S&P 500 reached an all-time high of 4,839.81.

But wait…

That wasn’t supposed to happen – at least not according to the mainstream media narrative.

See, global central banks have started hinting that they won’t lower interest rates as fast as the markets anticipated.

And, again, the mainstream narrative tells you that whatever the Fed or other central banks say is the only driver of the stock market.

So rates could stay a little higher for a little longer. This should have killed the rally!

Yet it continues.


The 18.6-Year Real Estate Cycle Predicted It

The stock market rally continues because we are in the final melt-up stage of the 18.6-year real estate cycle.

At this stage, assets rise in value, from land, to real estate, to equities, and beyond.

And not only do they rise… they break records.

During this time, you’ll also keep hearing about the tallest buildings, the longest bridges, the largest megaprojects, and the most ambitious investments, both public and private.

It’s the age of the superlative.

And we have just witnessed another example of that.

The markets are soaring. And they won’t stop here.

What’s Next?

First, make no mistake. Most investors don’t understand what’s going on.

They just see these numbers, and they can’t wrap their heads around the fact that the markets keep advancing despite the slight change in the accepted narrative.

That’s okay. Most investors haven’t been exposed to the knowledge of the 18.6-year real estate cycle. They follow noisy headlines and stay in this constant state of confusion.

Second, the current 18.6-year real estate cycle isn’t over yet.

Which means that there are more records coming.

You’ll hear about them over the next couple of years.

Some of them will be so unexpected and huge that they will make most investors doubt every single thing they know about how the market works.

Well, you don’t need to be one of those.

Since we started publishing Cycles Trading, I made several predictions. And with the help of my knowledge of the 18.6-year cycle, we had some great successes describing the future.

The rise of housing stocks… economic growth despite all the recession talk… record-setting market performance despite the changing interest rate narrative.

It’s really simple as far as I’m concerned… listen to what the 18.6-year cycle suggests and forget about the stories that global elites and mainstream media push.

They are hardly the best sources of information, let alone investing edge.

The 18.6-year cycle, however, has worked for me and my readers.

And I expect this trend to continue.



Phil Anderson

Editor, Cycles Trading with Phil Anderson

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