Saturday, September 12, 2009

Ride the Bullet Train to 6-Figure Profits

From the desk of Mark Skousen

Fellow Investor,

The volatility of the markets put many investors in a delicate situation and right now they are stranded in Kyoto Station with no idea which direction to go.

What is Kyoto Station you ask?

Kyoto Station is one of the largest, and most intimidating, buildings in Japan -- standing 15 stories high with more than 2.5 million square feet of floor space. Every few minutes a Shinkasen -- a Japanese bullet train -- goes streaking off to a different destination at speeds of up to 200 kilometers per hour.

Imagine yourself in Kyoto station. You begin to feel overwhelmed as you know your destination, but you don't know where to meet your train... or how to get there.

Loads of investors, just like yourself, are stuck in Kyoto Station right now. Everywhere you turn in the markets, there's confusion, risk... and uncertainty. You want to protect the capital you have while positioning yourself to profit at the same time... but you don't know how, or where, or with whom.

That's why I'm writing you today.

Despite the volatile markets, I want to guide you in the right direction to preserve and grow your hard-earned investment capital. Not only to make big money in the weeks ahead... but to enjoy big, consistent gains for years to come.

In fact, I'm going to start by taking you out of "Kyoto Station" and show you how you can make $442,000 over the next 7 months.

To get the full details on this potentially life-changing opportunity, click here.


Mark Skousen, Ph.D.
Editor, Skousen Hedge Fund Trader

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