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Really? You're giving away $2,700???

Dear ,

Boris Schlossberg

This can’t be right. Can it?

I mean ... why would anybody just walk away from $2,700?

But unless something changes soon, it looks like that’s what’s happening!

After all — Charter Enrollment in Global Currency Investor CLOSES this coming Tuesday — THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW and you still haven’t activated your risk-free membership.

This is serious. Because when Charter Enrollment closes, your $1,800 Charter Discount on one year and a $2,700 discount on two years — WILL EXPIRE.

There is one way and ONLY one way to keep that from happening: Click this link to lock in your savings before it’s too late!

Don’t forget ...

Global stock markets are crashing all around us ... but the currency markets have never crashed and never will.

Because currencies constantly rise and fall in price relative to each other, there is never a bear market in the currency market; there is always a way for you to make money.

Because currencies 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.

And don’t forget, we won 81% of our recommended trades in 2015!

In other words ...

When you are no longer comfortable
risking it all in roller-coaster stock markets,
currencies are the obvious choice

And the plain truth is, a membership in Global Currency Investor is a tremendous bargain. For example: Assuming you invested just $10,000 in each of the three positions we’ve told you about over the past two weeks — and assuming they perform as we expect ...

 The $139,000 potential gain on the Canadian dollar/U.S. dollar trade could pay for up to 107 years of membership in Global Currency Investor ...

 The forecast $158,000 gain on the euro/dollar trade could pay for up to 108 years of membership, and ...

 The potential $140,000 gain on the New Zealand dollar/Swiss franc trade could pay for up to 122 YEARS of membership!

Think of it: Just hitting ONE of these trades out of the ballpark could cover your membership for up to 122 years ...

Please hurry: Charter Enrollment closes the day after tomorrow — and when it does, your $2,700 Charter Discount will EXPIRE — NO EXCEPTIONS!

Remember: Your membership is fully covered by our one-year money-back guarantee:

You must be thrilled with the money we help you make or you can cancel for a full refund.

Click this link to grab your risk-free Charter Membership in Global Currency Investor before it’s too late!

Happy Trading!

Boris Schlossberg Signature
Boris Schlossberg
Weiss Research

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