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A tribute to Larry Edelson

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Dear ,

Hi, this is Walter Pearce, Executive Publisher of Money and Markets. I’m reaching out to you today on behalf of the entire Weiss Research family to share a short, special video.

As you know, our good friend and colleague Larry Edelson passed away unexpectedly in March.

Since then, the outpouring of love and support from all of you has been truly overwhelming. Larry’s family — as well as our entire staff — have been touched by your kind words, condolences, and fond memories.

We sincerely thank you for the thousands of emails, blog comments, phone calls, cards, and even visits to our headquarters here in Palm Beach Gardens. It’s wonderful to know just how much of a positive impact Larry had on you.

You should also know that all of us here at Money and Markets are dedicated to carrying on Larry’s legacy. Larry taught us all so much, and we promise to continue his groundbreaking work.

The team has put together a short video tribute to Larry. It’s only a few minutes long, and I hope you take a few moments to watch.

You’ll meet those of us who have worked side-by-side with Larry for up to 20 years, and hear our fondest memories of a great man.

Plus, I think you may get a kick out of some of Larry’s “bloopers” we caught on film over the years. (I think Larry would all want us to have a laugh!)

Please click this link to view our short video tribute to Larry Edelson.

Warmest regards,

Walter Pearce and the entire Weiss Research family

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