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The final countdown begins ...

Dear ,

Larry Edelson

The final countdown has begun:

This coming Tuesday, I’m going to release my first major recommendations for precious metal investments in years.

To receive these critical recommendations, you must activate your membership in Supercycle Trader right away — certainly, no later than this coming Monday, just three days from today.

Plus if you join me now for two years I’ll pay for you to receive three additional years — a $7,491 value — absolutely free.

That way you’ll be covered as long as this opportunity lasts: For five full years until December 31st, 2020.

The profit potential for you — IF you get in on the ground floor now — could be truly enormous:

Even if the precious metals only hit ONE-FOURTH of the levels now being predicted by my cycles charts you can go for life-changing profits in ...

  • GOLD: One of the positions I’m considering could post a 1,215% gain. Another could surge 1,273%. And a third could soar 1,303%, enough to multiply your money more than 14 times.
  • SILVER: A position I’m eyeing should rise 1,517% in value. Another could soar 1,896%. And yet another has the very real potential to explode 2,002% higher, multiplying your money more than 20 times.
  • PLATINUM and PALLADIUM: The positions I’m considering here could post gains of 1,750% and 2,370% — enough to turn every $10,000 invested into more than $240,000!

But joining now is the only way I can guarantee that you’ll receive my historic “Buy” signals for precious metals the minute they’re released on Tuesday.

And the deadline is this Monday; just three days from today:

CLICK THIS LINK RIGHT NOW to get the full story, then activate your membership in Supercycle Trader while there’s still time to save $7,491 AND to be on-board for these exciting trades!

Yours for supercycle profits,

Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst
Weiss Research

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