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What if he's right ... AGAIN?

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This senior analyst could have multiplied
your money 15 times in the past seven months.

But what he's saying now has investors looking
forward to gains of up to 1,347%!

Dear ,

If you had been following Mike Larson's recommendations for the last 8 months, you'd be sitting fat and happy right now ...

 Your Deutsche Bank position would have posted a 109% gain in just 43 days ...

 Your Citigroup position could have made you 145% richer in just SIX days ...

 Your MetLife position could have tripled your money with a 203% gain in just 17 days ...

 And your Goldman Sachs position could have nearly tripled your money with a 270% gain in just 13 days.

In all, you could have piled up these kinds of gains on 15 separate trades just since last August alone!

Now, Mike is warning that the most severe crash of this century is speeding towards us — and he's recommending the investments that could soar up to 1,300%, turning every $10,000 into $140,000 or more.

You have to ask yourself: Could he be right — again?

Could his forecasts and recommendations not only save your wealth but multiply it in 2016?

The answers are here — in Weiss Research's new 30-minute news special, "THE UNSEEN HAND."

There is no charge for viewing it — but please hurry: It may be taken offline at any time without notice.

Click this link to view "THE UNSEEN HAND" now!


Mike Burnick
Mike Burnick
Director of Research
Weiss Research

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