You and I Need to Talk …


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Posted on November 1, 2017 by Martin D. Weiss

I’m writing to you because you have distinguished yourself as one of my company’s closest and most loyal friends, and I need your help.

I need to hear from you as soon as possible — so I can better understand your views, goals, fears and hopes.

For all of us — and especially for many readers I’ve heard from lately — the world suddenly feels like a very dangerous place. For ourselves, our families and our wealth, the threat level is rising rapidly, day by day.

Everywhere we look, we see rising tensions between nations … new cold wars … savage shooting wars … more divisiveness in U.S. politics than at any time since the Civil War and now, even the constant threat of terrorism right here in America.

The investment picture is no less unsettling: Despite everything, we’re seeing sky-high stock and bond prices. And now, the Fed has announced that its massive 8-year bond-buying program is officially ending.

It’s enough to make the hair stand up on the back of your neck: The ominous feeling that the other shoe is about to drop … but not knowing what it will be or when it will happen.

My question for you is simply this: How can I best help you?

Next week — on Monday and Wednesday — I’m going to invite you to join me in two very special video briefings. There will be no promotion whatsoever. Nothing at all to buy. Just the help you need to keep your family safe and your wealth intact and growing.

But before I prepare for those briefings, I need to hear from you:

How do you feel about this alarming new environment? What worries you most right now? What are your greatest wealth-building challenges today? How can my team and I best help you?

Please give me your personal feedback now, while you’re thinking about it. Hearing from you now will go a long way towards helping me to help you in the most effective ways possible.

Good luck and God bless!

Martin

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  1. Ray November 20, 2017

    There is a lot of talk about bringing overseas money back to USA and bringing back good paying manufacturing jobs. But I suspect a lot of these future manufacturing jobs will really be done with robotics! Is there a Robotic ETF that you can recommend that would be rated B or higher?

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  2. ROBERT LOCKWOOD November 17, 2017

    I AM 86—HAVE FINANCIAL PRoBLEMS—HAVE GONE BACK TO WORK 40 HOURS PER WEEK—WORKING OVERNIGHT SHIFT–AS A GUARD AT A HUGE FACTORY–I AM THE ONLY GUARD ON DUTY. SO NOT MUCH INVESTING INTEREST RIGHT NOW. SPOUSE MEDICAL PROBLEMS PRIMARY CONCERN.

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  3. Peter Hemphill November 12, 2017

    Seems like the market is at an inflection point with tax reform being the trigger. Is it going to be a “sell on the news” event given the expectations built in the market? Or are there going to be real drivers that will take us to new highs?

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  4. Herb Kincey November 7, 2017

    I am a strong believer that hard times are coming, probably a very serious recession in the near future. In addition to the usual types of preparation, what % of our assets should be kept in actual cash? Or is the U.S. dollar going to be even worth enough to bother holding onto as cash? Are we safer just keeping a small amount in cash and investing most of our liquid assets in gold and silver? I have read that it is recommended that American maintain positions in stocks that tend to hold most of their value in bad times. Any comments? Herb Kincey:

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  5. Richard Rountree November 6, 2017

    I type in a comment last week so i guest it got lost. I will try again. I have a limited income an live on dividends only so it would be terrible if theyarecut or elimated. Must try with my limitede income to buy stocks that will go up in value when I have cash avaible. Your program can be a big help. Thanks

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  6. Edward Hvizdak November 6, 2017

    What is your long term opinion
    of AT&T and Verizon stocks?

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  7. C. B. KNOOP November 6, 2017

    Am especially concerned about the apparent mentality which keeps the markets going up, the so called “melt-up” in spite of the extremely dire longer term forecasts which any investor should be aware of. Are investors playing “chicken” essentially?

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  8. Steeg November 6, 2017

    I am so tempted to pull money off the table. Question is When? Will this run through 2018? I do not trust govt at all.

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  9. carole November 6, 2017

    My husband and I arrived at retirement unprepared due to circumstances beyond our control. He is still working part time, but he won’t be able to work much longer. We have little money and I’m trying hard in a couple of Weiss sponsored services. But the investment money is limited and I’m really worried about what’s ahead and if we’ will be able to catch a ride up through this predicted turmoil and come out on the other side with gain. It troubles me that so many of the trades lose money and some we are just waiting and waiting. You may have other advice which is “safer” but there isn’t enough to invest elsewhere. So, I’m hanging on with the hope and the trust in your guys.

    Your concern is genuine and I really trust the services.

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  10. Ajoy Mukherjee November 5, 2017

    i live in India so need to know how these things will affect us and what we can do to get around it.

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