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My rollercoaster visit to Chongqing, China ...

Dear ,

Larry Edelson

OK, if you saw my email yesterday, hopefully you have already watched my third video ... and have acted on it.

If you didn't see it, please watch it now.

I was excited when I got here. But I'm even more excited now. It makes a big difference to actually put your feet on the ground and explore an investment opportunity like this first hand.

Incredibly, most people in the financial business never even leave their desks!

That's probably why the new Silk Road is still a "hidden" opportunity. Nobody else has bothered to come out here and discover what's really happening.

For myself, this trip has been a game-changer. I have already made some significant changes to my own portfolio. And once I get home I'll be sharing my thoughts and recommendations with my readers.

But first, I would love for you to watch the third and final video.

This is where you discover what to do, and how to do it. This is where you take the first step in transforming your own portfolio, and your life.

This is the big one. The game-changer.

Watch my third video and then take the next step.

Excited in Chongqing,

Larry Edelson
Larry Edelson

P.S. If you've already had the opportunity to watch my China trip videos, you can jump forward to information on the free reports here... If you haven't seen the videos yet, you really don't want to miss them!

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