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The Transformity Principle: Double Your Portfolio Every 2.57 YEARS By Investing in Transformational Change

The Transformity Principle: Secular transformational change is the most powerful wealth creator and destroyer in the world. When combined with macroeconomic business cycle timing (i.e. measuring key business cycle indicator indexes and monetary policy to be LONG stocks in expanding economies and short stocks in 4-6 months ahead of economic recession) we at Transformity Research have doubled our portfolio every 2.5 years and since 2013 achieved a 51% annual return or 560% higher wealth creation than S&P 500 Index funds. *[Click here to visit our website ] *https://www.transformityresearch.com/

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