You Must Check This Report Before Next Tuesday August 19, 2009
Dear Capital & Crisis Reader,
With a 192-year-old history and 37,000 employees, its crash would drop like an A-bomb on unsuspecting shareholders yet my favorite short-side analyst, Dan Amoss thinks that's exactly what's going down on Tuesday, August 25.
That's because the bank he's set his sights on will announce earnings at 2 p.m. next Tuesday
First, I want to make sure you don't have this bank's stock in your portfolio.
Second, I want to give you a chance for profits on the stock's downside. Dan can show you how.
Find out all you need to know in his report which comes out Monday, Aug. 24.
P.S. Dan's short analysis normally costs $1,995 per year, but because this opportunity is so important, and could impact so many investors, Dan's giving it away for just $1. Find out more here.
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