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You may be about to make a major mistake … All enrollment for Global Currency Investor could close at virtually any minute but you haven’t yet activated your membership. That could cost you dearly in the year ahead. Please click this link for details and join now.

— Stan Pyatt, Manager, Customer Care Department, Weiss Research

Global Currency Investor

Celebrating 81% winners in 2015

Dear ,

Boris  Schlossberg

Bright and early this morning, Kathy and I rushed our newest “Buy” signals to members of Global Currency Investor.

The first trade has the potential to turn $10,000 into $102,500 this year.

The second trade has the power to turn $10,000 into as much as $106,300.

So with both trades, you could turn a $20,000 grubstake into more than $200,000.

But that’s only if things continue to develop at the current pace. If, as we suspect, we see a sudden, violent collapse in Europe or Asia, you could make that money — or more — in much LESS than a year.

Sadly, you weren’t able to join us by the deadline yesterday, so you won’t be with us as we go for those profits.

But there’s good news, too:

 First, we’re leaving enrollment open for the time-being so there’s still time for you to get in on our next recos.

 Second, by joining now, you can still save $2,100 on your membership.

 And third, your membership is still risk-free: You must be thrilled with the money we help you make or you can cancel anytime in your first year for a full refund.

Fair warning, though: Enrollment may close at any time without notice ... the minute we hit our membership goal ... and you owe it to yourself to get the facts before you make your final decision.

CLICK THIS LINK to review the benefits of joining and activate your membership while you still can.

Happy Trading!

Boris  Schlossberg< Signature
Boris Schlossberg
Weiss Research

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