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This won't wait ...

Weiss Research

Larry Edelson

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Dear ,

Larry Edelson

Forgive me for discussing business on a sleepy Saturday morning, but this simply won’t wait:

If the extreme volatility we’re seeing in the stock and bond markets is keeping you up nights ...

If you agree that Wall Street is looking for all the world as if it is about to crash again ...

And if you suspect that, in this crazy, mixed-up economic environment, stocks and bonds are no longer sensible choices for you ...

You really should seriously consider currency investment:

Because even if every stock market in the world suddenly crashed and burned, there would still be a way to make money — LOTS of money — with currencies.

This is precisely why we introduced you to our currency specialists, CNBC regulars Boris Schlossberg and Kathy Lien over the past several weeks.

But if you’ve considered joining their Global Currency Investor — if you want to use their expert “Buy” and “Sell” signals to pursue profits in the global currency market — you’ll need to hurry ...

Your $3,000 Early-Bird Membership Discount expires this coming Monday, February 8; the day after tomorrow.

The ONLY way for you to save $3,000 on your membership is to click this link ... get the membership details ... and get on-board as soon as you can!

I’m sure you already know what’s at stake here — after all ...

Boris and Kathy won 81%
of their closed trades in 2015.

That’s critical; let me repeat it:

If you could have followed Kathy and Boris’ recommendations in 2015, you could have WON 81% of your trades.

That is, hands-down, the most impressive success rate I’ve ever seen from any currency trader.

More than that: This win rate is based on actual round-trip trades they recommended, not on some back tested model: Honest, actual results confirmed by skeptical number crunchers in our own Research Department.

And as Boris and Kathy documented in last week’s three-part series, “Three Shocking Forecasts for 2016,” ...

The profit potential in currencies is enormous:

 Last Monday, they showed you how you could go for pre-commission profits of up to 1,587% as the New Zealand dollar soars in the months ahead.

 On Wednesday, they revealed how you could go for gains of more than 1,400% as the euro continues to plunge ...

 And yesterday, they unveiled their strategy to help you go for gains of up to 1,392% as low oil prices crush the Canadian dollar.

In other words, these three trades could turn a $10,000 investment into $168,700 ... $150,000 ... and $149,200 respectively.

And the thing is, Boris and Kathy will bring you many trades like these throughout the year in Global Currency Investor!

Investment vehicles that
already feel like old friends ...

In their Global Currency Investor service, Boris and Kathy recommend investment vehicles that fit your own objectives and risk tolerance hand-in-glove:

With ETFs that are familiar and comfortable to you ... with high-powered options on those ETFs ... or, if you prefer (and with Boris and Kathy’s help), with the spot Forex market.

Plus, you get the most extensive collection of member benefits we’ve ever offered ... you get a one-year, 100% money-back membership guarantee ... you get to be on-hand when Kathy and Boris issue their next investment recommendations ...

And so long as you join us now — certainly no later than this coming Monday — you will save $3,000 on your Early-Bird membership.

Do NOT allow this deadline to pass until you have the facts you need to make an informed decision:

Click this link for details on Global Currency Investor and sign up today!

Regards,

Mike Larson Signature
Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst
Weiss Research

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