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Brand New Service - 213 Slots Available - That's It!

 
Kick-Start Your Retirement Savings with the "Lucky 13 System" View this email in your web browser.
 
 
Brand New Service -- 213 Slots Available -- That's It!
 
Fellow Investor,

My name’s Roger Michalski.

For the last 13 years, I’ve been the Publisher for Eagle Financial Publications – a very discreet, Washington, D.C.-based, financial think tank.

I’m contacting you today with some exciting news.

Nicholas Vardy – Eagle’s London-based expert – has just put the finishing touches on his band new, money-making system. 

However, to say this service is “brand new” is only half right.

That’s because the investment class this service makes money from has been around for more than 100 years.

But it’s so misunderstood, it’s been virtually ignored since the dot-com meltdown.

And that’s too bad because investors hit hardest by the dot-com meltdown could probably benefit most from these investments.

Especially when you realize this “ignored” investment has outperformed the Dow by almost 2-to-1 over the last 50 years.

Nicholas calls it his “Lucky 13” Money-Making System because it uses 13 separate indicators.

That’s a huge advantage.

You see, most services focus on just one or two indicators, and make recommendations based on those…

BUT NICHOLAS ONLY RECOMMENDS AN INVESTMENT WHEN ALL 13 INDICATORS FLASH “BUY!”

As the old saying goes, “13 heads are better than 1,” and that’s certainly the case when you’re talking about investing.

But don’t take my word for it.

See for yourself by taking Nicholas’ “Lucky 13 System” out for a 60-day test-drive. To get started:

Clicking the link does not obligate you to anything.

I guarantee you won’t be disappointed…

Unless, of course, you don’t act on this offer right away, then you may be disappointed

That’s because we’re only accepting 213 new users into the “Lucky 13 System” right now.

Once we hit 213, the offer will disappear. Frankly, I don’t know when we’ll be able to make it again.

That’s why I urge you to click the link below now:

Clicking the link does not obligate you to anything.

Yours for more profits, more often,
Roger Michalski
Roger Michalski
Publisher, Eagle Financial Publications

P.S. I’m anticipating a huge response to this "Lucky 13 System" offer. Unfortunately, I’ve had to limit the number of new subscribers to just 213. After those slots are filled, I’m not sure when more will become available. So I urge you to secure one of these 213 slots by clicking here now.

 
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