I'm writing to you today with a very unusual invitation.
Forgive me for not mentioning this before.
But when you see the very personal and private nature of this invitation, you'll understand why I didn't want to talk about it in the very public forum of The Daily Reckoning.
You see, for the last six months my eldest son, Will, has been working on a very special financial project that may interest you.
It's like nothing we've done before. It involves just my family and a small circle of old friends and partners. And maybe you... If you're interested that is... This really is a very unusual offer, and it's not something I can explain in a brief letter. Please find your personal invitation here.
P.S. If you decide not to accept this invitation, I hope I can trust you not to divulge what you learn inside. It contains details of my own personal finances.
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