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How to keep your money safe in times like these

How to Guard Your Money Like a Junkyard Dog
and Thrive No Matter What Crisis Comes Next

Dear Fellow Investor,

It’s a jungle out there ...

China’s market has been crashing ... the Dow Industrials are swinging violently to and fro ... the European debt crisis is showing no signs of letting up ... and the great U.S. bond market bubble is starting to burst!

What’s next? There’s no telling.

But in my view, all the volatility and uncertainty you’re seeing right now is merely an appetizer, a prelude to even worse conditions. With the world spinning out of control, the question isn’t IF a financial crisis hits our shores, but more a question of WHEN.

And one thing is certain, sadly: Most investors are woefully unprepared. They stand to lose everything if a major crisis like we saw in 2008-2009 were to hit Wall Street tomorrow.

Bottom line: It’s critical you take steps now to shield your bank accounts, safeguard your insurance policies and defend your 401(k) retirement account.

Not to mention make sure you insulate your stock portfolio, the value of your home and other real estate assets — so you can be ready no matter how bad things get!

Most of the folks I talk to don’t have the foggiest clue on how to do any of this — let alone make the right kind of investment choices that can both safeguard their wealth AND grow it.

Which brings me to why I’m writing you today ...

I’d like to do something a little unusual ... and send straight to your mailbox a FREE “hard” copy of my monthly newsletter, Safe Money Report.

Why? Because I know once you get a small taste of the kind of investing intelligence you’ll get each and every month in Safe Money Report, you’ll wonder how you ever got along without it!

That’s because Safe Money Report has a history of warning investors of serious dangers on the horizon ahead of time ... and safely guiding them to profits.

In the late 1990s, for instance, Safe Money Report was a voice crying in the wilderness, warning that the tech stock bubble was about to burst and urging investors to take their profits and get to safety.

Anyone who heeded that warning could have done much more than just escape with their profits intact. They could have used the crash that followed to pile up profits of 58.7% ... 138.5% ... 171.7% ... up to 240.6% with investment vehicles that soar when stocks sink.

As early as 2005, we were among the first — if not THE first — to warn that a massive crash in real estate would soon crush the U.S. economy.

Once again, if you had heeded that warning, you wouldn’t have had to lose a penny in the crash that followed and you could have raked in profits of 82.1% ... 103.4% ... up to 278.02% in inverse ETFs.

That’s why I think you at least owe it to yourself to check out what Safe Money Report has to offer — the guidance you need to safeguard your wealth like a junkyard dog AND to thrive in times of crisis.

As I said earlier, I want to send you this issue free of charge.

That’s how important I think it is that you receive and USE this critical information.

Simply click here to request your free copy and I will mail you a free issue of Safe Money Report right away.

Let me be clear: There’s absolutely no obligation and no payment required.

Just tell me where to send this critical information so you can make sure you see the kind of research that investors have relied on over the past FOUR decades to shield their wealth and grow it during uncertain times like these.

Again, the time to start preparing is NOW. It’s why I’m prepared to mail you a copy immediately.

Go here now to request your FREE issue.


Mike Larson
Editor, Safe Money Report

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