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Playing chicken with your money ...

Global Currency Investor
Boris Schlossberg & Kathy Lien, Editors
Celebrating 81% winners in 2015!

Dear ,

Kathy Lien

With every tick of the clock, Boris and Kathy’s hot new recommendations come closer.

They could come in the next few days ... the next few hours ... or the next few minutes — whenever they get the green light, Boris and Kathy will rush them to members of Global Currency Investor.

If you get on-board in time, they could multiply your money ten times over:

>> The first trade is a play on a currency that is being crushed under massive, unpayable debts, a slowing economy and threats of terrorism.

The last time we saw this currency making this kind of move, with the right move, you could have earned a 963% gain — enough to turn every $10,000 you invested into $106,300.

>> The second trade is a global play on the political and economic chaos we’re seeing in Asia, the Middle East and Europe right now.

The last time we saw this trade at these levels, if you played it right, you could have grabbed a 925% gain in a matter of months.

That’s enough to turn $10,000 into $102,500 ... $25,000 into $256,250 ... and $50,000 into $512,500!

... But if you hesitate now — whether for a day or even a few hours — you run the risk of MISSING trades that could make you up to ten times richer.

Playing chicken is never a good idea. Doing it with your money could prove extremely costly.

CLICK THIS LINK for details on Global Currency Investor — and activate your membership while there’s still time to make sure you receive these “Buy” signals the minute we release them!

Sincerely,

Stan Pyatt, Manager
Customer Care Department
Weiss Research

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