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Global Currency Bulletin
with CNBC regulars Kathy Lien and Boris Schlossberg
— Celebrating an 81% win rate in 2015 —


Stocks are crashing!

Your life’s savings ... your investments ... your retirement ... all are in extreme danger:

or kiss your money good-bye!

Dear ,

Kathy Lien

It’s not just oil stocks.

GM slumped nearly 3% yesterday. Twitter declined nearly 4.5%. Bank of America plunged nearly 7%. First Data cratered 7.3%. Flowers Foods collapsed 19.7%. General Cable would have wiped out nearly one-third of your wealth, dropping 31.2%. Monster Worldwide crashed 36.2%.

It gets worse: Owning some Nasdaq stocks would have cut your wealth by more than half in a single trading session. Zions Bancorporation fell 56.7%. RiT Technologies plunged 59.2%. Vapor Corp crashed 62.5%.

Here's what you must do — immediately:

First, get as much of your money to safety as you possibly can. Every stock you own — whether directly, in an ETF or mutual fund or in a pension or retirement plan — is now a ticking time bomb in your portfolio.

At a time like this, the smart money will seriously consider selling stocks. The really smart money will also be wary of treasuries and bonds.

And second, move your money that you can afford to risk into an investment market that cannot crash. That has never had a bear market and never will. A market where there is always a way to make money, even in the most severe recession or the deepest depression.

The currency market is just such a market.

It is the world’s largest and most liquid market. More than $5 trillion changes hands daily.

It is an utter impossibility for the currency markets to crash like global stock markets are right now. The currency markets have never crashed and never will.

Because currencies constantly rise and fall in price relative to each other, there is always a way for you to make money.

Because they move independently of stocks, they could keep your wealth growing despite stock market crashes, bear markets, recessions and even depressions.

And with currency ETFs, options on currency ETFs and the spot Forex market, you can often choose the vehicle that suits you best.

In short, we feel that currencies are the obvious choice when you are no longer comfortable risking it all in roller-coaster stock markets.

We won an impressive
81% of our currency trades last year
— and we are here to help you in any way we can.

This is precisely why we created our wealth-building service, Global Currency Investor: To help you escape the terrors of the stock and bond markets by making our “Buy” and “Sell” signals for currencies available to you.

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Happy Trading!

Kathy & Boris Signature
Kathy Lien
Boris Schlossberg
Weiss Research

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