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A Strong "BUY" Recommendation
 
Fellow Investor,

Hi, Nicholas Vardy here. 

I've been asked this question a fair amount lately...

“Does aligning your portfolio with the ‘investing masters’ really pay off?”

My response:  Absolutely. That’s why the financial industry calls this the “smart money.”

In fact, it’s the very foundation of -- and methodology behind -- my Smart Money Masters portfolio, which includes Warren Buffett’s and George Soros’ top investments.

A portfolio boasting 85% winners, including one stock that has soared as high as 30% after I recommended it 21 days ago.

Even with the recent share price surge, I regard this company as a VERY STRONG BUY -- short-term and long-term. 

The company’s run by one of the 50 people I consider Smart Money Masters.

He’s a billionaire...  a turnaround specialist with a proven track record of buying down-and-out companies and turning them into gold.

Simply put, his strategy is buying crisis-ridden companies in distinctly unsexy industries like steel, coal, telecom, and textiles.

He later sells these for a fortune after revamping their operations, like the bankrupt steelmaker he bought for $325 million… and promptly sold for $4.5 billion two years later.

That’s no typo. Millions turned to billions.

He doesn’t make headlines, yet has an estimated net worth of $2.5 billion, and attributes his success to simplicity and execution.

Why all the accolades?

His big new bet is also my #1 recommendation for Smart Money Masters subscribers.

(The same stock I mentioned earlier that’s already given my readers the opportunity to collect a 30% gain...)

So I now have a question for you.

Is this billionaire starting to sound like someone you’d want your money aligned with?

If so, I’d ask that you keep reading... because I’m going to show you how following his lead -- and mine -- could make you 150%... even up to 200% on your money.

Click here to keep reading.
 
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