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Dear ,

Jon Markman

Did you miss the 1,008% gain when Apple launched the iPhone?

Or the 5,604% gain when Amazon redefined retail by taking sales online?

Or the 12,678% gain when Intel created the microchip?

Like any great fisherman, every great investor has a story of “the one that got away ...”

The one you ‘shoulda’ invested in ... the one that ‘coulda’ made you a fortune ... the one that ‘woulda’ let you retire early.

If you’re kicking yourself for missing out on some of the biggest technology trends of our generation, you just might get a second chance ...

That’s because The Coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave is about to serve up incandescent investments like we haven’t seen since the dawn of the computer age.

Here at Weiss Research, we believe this could well be the biggest profit opportunity of your lifetime.

If even the conservative estimates are correct, this Internet shockwave could be bigger than Apple, Amazon, Intel and Microsoft COMBINED!

But if you want to take advantage of the companies right now riding this $19 trillion revolution, you MUST register for my FREE 3-day event. Because you can only attend if you are registered.

Do you really want to risk missing out again?

Registration is FREE, but I must here from you today to get your name on the registration list and your simple attendance instructions sent to you.

Here’s what you can look forward to ...

  • Why this new technology advance is about to trigger a world-changing disruption in the way we live, work and play ...

  • The secret to investing at the precise moment a technology goes “disruptive” — potentially turning independent investors into millionaires ...

  • The great fortunes that stacked up the last time new technologies (the personal computer, the Internet, mobile communications, video streaming, etc.) changed the world ... and why it will happen again ...

  • The new technology that will catapult this growing market from today’s $1.9 trillion to $19 trillion in just 5 years ...

  • PLUS four shockwave stock investments that could double, triple, quadruple your money in 2015, 2016 and beyond ...

Now click this link to register and put these dates and times in your calendar.


“How to Profit from The Coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave”
With Weiss Senior Analyst, JON MARKMAN


Session #1: Monday, October 19
Session #2: Tuesday, October 20
Session #3: Wednesday, October 21


2:00 PM Eastern Time
(1:00 PM Central, 12:00 Noon Mountain, 11:00 AM Pacific)



This Coming Sunday October 18, 2015!

I urge you NOT to miss this all-important briefing so you won’t miss out on the next great tech fortune.

Click this link to reserve your place NOW!

Yours for a prosperous future,

Jon Markman
Senior Analyst
Weiss Research

P.S. On Monday at 2 PM — just two days from now — I begin my exclusive briefing on The Coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave.

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