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A $500,000 gift for the holidays?

I’ve got a great idea, …

Larry Edelson

If you could give yourself the gift of $100,000 in profits in the new year ... would you do it?

How about $200,000? $500,000? More?

I think I know your answer — I mean; who wouldn’t want profits like those ... right?

So here’s my idea:

As I’m sure you know by now, Supercycle Trader won on 13 of the 14 positions we closed last month — a 93% win rate.

In 2016, we’re going after profits of up to 1,200% and more as Europe and Japan crash and burn — and a massive wave of flight capital drives select U.S. investments, gold and silver through the roof.

A 1,200% profit on a $10,000 investment equals $120,000, so if I can help you do that, you could have your $100,000 profit.

If I could help you do that just two times over the next 24 months, you could walk away with $200,000. Four wins like that over the course of two years and you’d have your $500,000.

And if I can’t do that, Supercycle Trader will cost you nothing. Just let me know you want to cancel and I will refund every penny of your membership fee.

Now, with Christmas coming the day after tomorrow, your new membership in Supercycle Trader could be the best gift anyone has ever given you.

The best part is, you can give yourself this gift with a single click of your mouse. Just click this link for details and to make your decision.

And remember: I’m so sure this is going to work for you, I’m going to give you three years free — just to make sure you’re covered all the way to the end of 2020!

That’s an additional $6,306 gift, on top of that half a mill you could be giving yourself!

Click this link and join me now!

Yours for supercycle profits,


Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader

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