I don't have to tell you that times are tough. I do want to tell you ... don't panic.
I also want you to know that help is on the way, and it's on the way in a hurry.
That's the reason I'm urging you to attend our
on Saturday, Oct. 25, at Pier Sixty in New York City.
, you'll have
one-on-one access to some of the smartest people in the investing business
-- James "Rev Shark" DePorre, Lenny Dykstra, Jim Cramer, Helene Meisler, Alan Farley, James Altucher, Dan Fitzpatrick and others.
- Hear their ideas on the best defensive and offensive moves you can make now and in '09.
- Find out which stocks you have to avoid and which stocks you need to buy now.
- Learn what sectors and trends could pay off regardless of continuing market volatility.
- Discover which of today's stock bargains could turn into your portfolio's future winners. .
- Ask our experts your questions about stocks, strategies, tactics -- face to face.
You don't have to go at it alone in planning your investments. Use our professionals. Each and every one of them is personally committed to giving you their top ideas,
so you can get ahead -- and stay ahead -- of this turbulent market.
We believe that it's so important you get these stock ideas and strategies -- information that I'm convinced could make the difference between a winning or losing portfolio in '09 -- that we've reduced the conference rate to
for this full-day event.
Consider this for a moment:
is an incredibly small price to pay to get the answers you need to: "What do I do now?"
So, don't miss this opportunity,
before it's too late and this discounted offer expires.
I look forward to seeing you at the conference.
In addition to your low conference price of $299, you are also eligible to receive an extra bonus: a complimentary annual subscription to
, which features many of the investing professionals you'll meet at the conference. This $229.95 value is yours absolutely free --
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