Profit Confidential Review

New York, NY (PressExposure) July 05, 2011 -- Profit Confidential is a free daily e-letter published by the financial experts at Lombardi Financial, a division of Lombardi Publishing Corporation, one of the world's largest consumer information publishers having served over two million customers since 1986.

Today's reporters and journalists are trained to tell you the news-not what it can mean for you! What you read in the popular news services, be it the daily newspapers, on the internet or TV, is the news from a "reporter's opinion." And there's the big difference.

With Profit Confidential Review you are receiving the news with the opinions, commentaries and interpretations of seasoned financial analysts and economists. We analyze the actions of the stock market, precious metals, interest rates, real estate and other investments so we can tell you what we believe today's financial news will mean for you tomorrow!

And who are our analysts and economists? Combined, we have over 100 years' experience in analyzing various investment markets. Our analysts include MBAs, BAs, B. Comms, P. Engs, MAs, LLBs... and most importantly, years of experience investing and managing our own money successfully!

Over 200,000 astute investors turn to Profit Confidential Review every day: Because we sort through the financial news to tell you what it can mean to you where it counts... in your pocket!

Profit Confidential Review is primarily focused on investing in stocks, real estate, investing in gold, currencies, interest rate predictions and economic analysis.

As of June 2011, Profit Confidential Review had the following forecasts:

Immediate term outlook: The bear market rally in stocks that started March 9, 2009 remains intact. Since March of 2009 we have been and continue to be immediate term bullish on stocks. Gold bullion is up $1,200 since we first recommended it in 2002 and we are still bullish on the metal. We turned bearish on bonds in the summer of 2010.

Short-to-medium term outlook: National debt increasing at the rate of $125 billion per month is debasing the U.S. dollar. Long-term U.S. interest rates have been in an uptrend since October, 2010. Our concern is future deterioration of the greenback against other world currencies will push domestic short-term interest rates higher, eventually negatively impacting the American economy and equities.

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