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A Retirement Miracle?

Wow! What a week!

Dear Fellow Investor,

I've received 3,633 emails and voicemail messages from you, expressing your concerns about what's happening around the world.

I've just delivered two urgent video briefings online ...

Video #1: Shocking Events — Past, Present and Future

Video #2: 6 Pitfalls You Must Avoid

Over 59,000 readers have attended. And the feedback has been tremendous.

But that's just the beginning.

In just a couple of days, I will reveal what I believe is the ultimate wealth-building strategy for confusing times like these.

Click here to tell me you're coming and I'll make sure you receive the special "Buy" and "Sell" lists for stocks we'll discuss during this series.

In this next series, I will give you my ultimate portfolio strategy, especially designed for the uncertainties ahead.

This is critical. More so than ever before, with the world in constant turmoil and Washington in eternal gridlock, the onus for defining your destiny falls squarely on you.

Wealth building is no longer an option; it's a must. You will need money in order to insulate yourself from the geopolitical and political threats, to live in the world's safest places, to be less dependent on the job market, to better secure your retirement, and to preserve your personal freedoms.

That's what my goal is, both for myself and for our readers. The strategy I'll tell you about in this next briefing could have multiplied your portfolio more than seven times over with a 637% return since 2005: That means the power to turn $100,000 into $737,000, or $200,000 into $1.3 million. Plus, it means an average total return of 61% PER YEAR!

With this strategy, I buy only investments that are at the ultimate pinnacle of quality, representing less than one-tenth of one percent of all the investments we review each week.

It gives me the ultimate in liquidity. Every single investment I own is easy to buy or sell — instantly, at virtually any time.

It gives me the ultimate in diversification — not just diversification among different industry sectors, but also across different broad asset classes — stocks, bonds, gold, and more. Not just in the U.S., but all over the world. Not just for good times, but also for bad times.

And it gives me the ultimate in confidence — because I know, from my direct personal knowledge, that every single investment I put in my ultimate portfolio gives me the best combination I can find — in the world — of SAFETY and PERFORMANCE — regardless of what the future may bring.

All this adds up to the ultimate in peace of mind today — that no matter what happens in the world, your investments, your retirement, your LIFE can be secure.

Just click here to give me your RSVP. This is a pivotal time for all of us. But by working together, we can get through the tumultuous days ahead in safety and comfort.

Good luck and God bless!

Martin Weiss

 

Martin

 

P.S. If you let me know that you're coming, I'll also send you two important lists that I'm going to be talking about:

* The complete list of stocks with the highest Weiss Ratings on our buy list.

* The complete stocks with the lowest Weiss Ratings on our sell list.

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* For fair comparison, the performance of all investments is calculated on an equivalent basis. It represents each investment's total compound returns (price appreciation plus dividends) before taxes and broker commissions. The Ultimate Portfolio uses the same measure, depicting what a hypothetical investor could have achieved if he had followed our new model during the same period. For details, see Terms and Conditions. Data Sources: Bloomberg, Weiss Ratings.

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