Sunday, August 16, 2009

Benefiting from the Next Big Bank Crash

The Daily Reckoning

Dear Daily Reckoning Reader,

Remember when Lehman went under? Dan Amoss sure does... In fact, he predicted it... A full 5 months before it actually happened!

And his Strategic Short Report readers cleaned up because of it. Some to the tune of $200,000.

Well, the economy is about to claim another big one, and just like last time, Dan is already way out in front of it.

Click here to read his exclusive new report. You will be happy you did.


Kate Incontrera
Managing Editor, The Daily Reckoning

Agora Financial

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