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14 Recommendations, 13 winners!

I don’t mind saying it: I told you so, !

Larry Edelson

Since last year, I’ve practically begged you to join me in Supercycle Trader.

I’ve shown you how accurate these venerable, time-honored cycles can be when it comes to predicting the markets.

I told you I believed with all my heart that they were going to lead us to winner after winner in the months ahead.

And sure enough ...

If you had followed my signals on the 14 trades we concluded in November this year, you would have had the opportunity to make money on 13 of them.

That’s currently a winning rate of 93% on these recommendations!

Now be honest: Can YOU name any other investment approach that’s winning 93% of the time during these treacherous months?

I sure can’t — and now, with the IMF declaring open season on the euro, I expect we’ll do even better!

The greatest value going ...

By joining me for two years in Supercycle Trader now ...

  • I’ll pay for you to receive three additional years free so you’re covered through 2020 ...
  • And in the unlikely event that you’re not thrilled with the money you make, I’ll even refund every penny you paid to join, no questions asked.

All I ask is that you make your final decision soon. The die has been cast. The handwriting is on the wall for the euro. I’m afraid that if you hesitate now, you could miss out on some of the greatest profits.

Click this link for details on Supercycle Trader and activate your membership right away.

Within seconds, you’ll find an email in your inbox with all the details on this timely recommendation. I strongly recommend that you act on it quickly.

Yours for supercycle profits,

Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader

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