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Trump vs Clinton. Join us for a Special Investor Summit ...


Dear Reader,

Please check out this special invitation from our sister company Weiss Education about their upcoming Online Investor Summit, Trump vs Clinton: How to Make Money in the Markets No Matter Who's Elected President.

— The Money and Markets Team

Join us For a FREE Online Investor Summit…

Trump vs. Clinton
Making Your Portfolio Great Again!

What Stocks, and Sectors Could Soar Under Each.
Your 4 -Year Plan for Profit and Protection

Click here to register for this free online event!

Dear ,

The primaries, the posturing, and the post-debate spin are finally over. Next up, Election Day on November 8. But what's up next for your investments?

In about two weeks one of the more polarizing elections in American Political History will be history. Some are predicting a downright revolution. But no matter who wins, one thing is for certain: No one knows for sure how the markets will react.

This election is the equivalent of hitting the reset button on the entire U.S. Economy drawing a new line in the sand for investors for the next four to eight years. So you must prepare now for either outcome before it's too late.

That's why I am so excited to announce our new online investor event being held on Wednesday October 26 called Making Your Portfolio Great Again where you will discover:

  • Top 3 Sectors and Stocks for a Clinton administration
  • Top 3 Sectors and Stocks for a Trump Presidency
  • A historic look at market performance under past Democrat and Republican Presidents
  • How the stock market may already be predicting the winner?
  • Post-election forecast for taxes, gold, the U.S. dollar, interest rates, inflation, and more.

No matter what happens on Election Day, I can assure you'll be better prepared by joining us on October 26 at 2pm.

Click here to register for this free online event!

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The event will be hosted by David Frazier, President and Chief Market Strategist at Frazier and Mayer Research a firm that provides proprietary research for hedge funds, registered investment advisors, and high net-worth individuals.

Over the past 17 years David has accurately forecast nearly all of the major turning points in the U.S. stock market, including the March 2000 to October 2002 tech stock crash, the November 2002 to October 2007 bull market, the October 11, 2007 to March 9, 2009 stock market collapse and the current bull market that began on March 10, 2009.

So I think you will really benefit from hearing what he has to say this time.

This Online Event is Being Held LIVE on Wednesday, October 26 at 2pm Eastern Time

Click here to register for this free online event!

Forget About Red States and Blue States. Discover How to Put More Green On Your Screen…No Matter Who Wins

One of the biggest mistakes investors can make around Presidential elections is to let their political biases cloud their investing behavior.

Whether you are a life-long Republican or Democrat, it's critical for you to take off your red or blue-tinted lenses this election and replace them with green ones---as in the color of cold hard cash.

No matter who you vote for, it's likely to have huge implications for your portfolio. So if you want to see more green on your screen during the coming years, I strongly recommend you join us for Making Your Portfolio Great Again

The investment decisions you make …or fail to make…over the next few weeks could make a huge difference in your wealth, retirement, and financial freedom in the years to come.

So please, register today to attend Making Your Portfolio Great Again for free.

Regards,

Nick Moccia
Publisher
Weiss Educational Services

This Online Event is Being Held LIVE on Wednesday, October 26 at 2pm Eastern Time

Click here to register for this free online event!


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