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This could wipe out your retirement in 2016

Is Your Retirement Safe in the Current
Stock Market?

(Probably Not)

This urgent bulletin explains how to protect yourself and
your wealth in these times of chaos.

Fellow Investor,

Mike Larson

The writing is on the wall. Investors in the stock market are taking a beating, with no signs of it slowing down.

And if you don’t play your cards right, your hard-earned retirement could be gone in a flash.

To help protect your retirement in these chaotic times, I’ve prepared a special free report called Winds of World War III. I urge you to read it now.

When global turmoil erupts, stocks tumble down a crater. Just look at the volatility of past couple of weeks: From Saudia Arabia and Iran to China and North Korea. And that’s not even to mention ISIS.

The stock market put in its worst opening week EVER.

However: We also know one sure fire thing about investing in times of war and chaos.

All of the smart capital in the countries embroiled by conflict has to go somewhere … somewhere safe.

And believe it or not, the United States is still the world’s safe haven, despite the domestic problems we do have.

Throughout history, in times of crisis, flight capital pours into U.S. markets, the most liquid and stable on the planet.

For those in the know, all of that flight capital flooding our shores presents a MASSIVE profit opportunity, if you are a savvy investor.

To help protect your retirement — and of course continue to grow your wealth — I’ve prepared a special FREE report. It’s called Winds of World War III.

Winds of World War III

This urgent report contains everything you need to know to invest in the stocks that historically soar when flight capital rushes our markets.

Not only will you protect yourself and your wealth … but some HISTORICALLY GREAT profit opportunities are on the horizon for those in the know.

I urge you to read my free report … before this report goes offline and these life-changing profits pass you by.

Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Real Wealth Report

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