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"Extremely fearful about the future!"

Dear Fellow Investor,

Dr.Martin Weiss

Yesterday, I asked you a simple question: "What worries you the most right now?"

And I obviously struck a nerve, opening the floodgates to a lot of very valuable feedback from readers. Thank you!

The answers are moving; some, downright heart-wrenching. I've heard from ...

  Hard-working Americans who have been robbed of their wealth — not once but twice in recent years.

  Retirees still working one — or even two — jobs, who are terrified that rising taxes and soaring prices for food and fuel will soon render them dependent on their families ...

  Individual investors, worried that artificially low interest rates and run-away money printing have created massive bubbles — and will soon end with disastrous consequences ...

  Everyday Americans, terrified about the explosion of violence around the globe and worried that it could be headed our way.

Every one of them is asking — practically pleading — for a way to keep their wealth growing.

I hear you and I know in my heart that we will ultimately get through this. We have survived before and we will again.

More importantly, you have my personal promise that my team and I will do everything in our power to help you get your wealth through the days ahead intact and growing.

In fact, I'd like to invite you to join me in two very special video briefings that will deliver the help you need to keep your family safe and your wealth intact and growing. So watch your email starting tomorrow for the links to view these important videos.

That's when I'll give you my views and my feedback to your specific concerns.

In the meantime, if you have not yet given me your comments and questions — or you'd like to do so again — there's still time! Here's how:

Send me an email: Send an email to my personal inbox, martinweiss@weissinc.com.

Leave a comment on our blog: Click this link and leave a comment on the Money and Markets blog. Or even ...

Leave me a voicemail: Simply pick up the phone and dial 1-561-226-4820 to leave me a recorded message.

Good luck and God bless!

Martin Weiss

 

Martin

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