The Biggest Banking Lie of the Past 64 Years - Uncovered
Dear Daily Reckoning Reader,
This coming Monday, August 24, at high noon, something that could change the face of the banking industry will be revealed.
One of our analysts - the same man who called Lehman's collapse five months early - is going to expose the next major bank stock set to crash. And for in-the-know investors, this could mean substantial gains.
He put his readers ahead of the game in the Lehman bankruptcy - and led them to as much as $200,000 in profits.
With this vulnerable institution, he believes readers could have a chance to triple their money. And you could be privy to this information...for a mere $1 subscription price.
But time is ticking away - and when the clock strikes 12 noon on Monday, August 24, this report will be released...and the offer closed.
Kate Incontrera Managing Editor, The Daily Reckoning
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