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The Fleet Street Letter is more than a financial newsletter, it’s a way of thinking… a way of looking at the world… a way of understanding what is happening on your doorstep right now…
My name is David Stevenson, Investment Director of The Fleet Street Letter — and on this site I’m going to show you exactly how you can get your hands on what we believe are the urgent answers to all your investment concerns for 2013 and beyond.
The Fleet Street Letter – Britain’s most prestigious investment newsletter.
Ever since our founding editor Patrick Maitland travelled to Rome on his personal fact-finding mission – sending his report back to his hand-picked Fleet Street Letter readership…
We’ve dedicated ourselves to:
Helping our elite circle of investors build their wealth, no matter what the economic environment…
Anticipating world trends…
And offering help and guidance to all of our members on financial and economic issues.
Well today, I’d like to offer you the opportunity to become a part of this independent group of investors.
That means if you join us and follow our advice… not only will you benefit from our forecasts and predictions… you’ll also have a team of experts analysing each of our recommendations in detail…before you invest in them. But as an investor looking to grow your wealth today, the most important thing for you to know is this:
We’ve just published our latest opportunity for UK investors, called: "Turbocharge Your Portfolio with the "Dividend Multiplier”.
Inside, you'll find a complete action plan, aimed at helping you to boost your income…
We’re talking about dividends of 13%... 17%... even 21% from what would be considered some of the UK's safest companies.
You’re probably wondering why haven't you heard about these bigger dividends until now?
Don’t expect the daily newspapers or the evening news to warn you what’s coming. Those kinds of ‘mainstream’ organisations are too caught up with the short term moves of the markets.
They’d rather scream about what’s happening today – than look to the future to help you anticipate what’s coming.
Become a member of The Fleet Street Letter today, and not only will we help you look to the future… we’ll also help and guide you towards what we believe are the best investments you can buy to potentially profit.
That way, not only will you get our latest big picture analysis – alongside specific recommendations you can put into practice today – you’ll also become a valued member of Britain’s most prestigious financial newsletter.
The Fleet Street Letter is a purely advisory newsletter. You can follow some, all or none of our advice.
If you take a trial, for the next 30 days you’ll receive everything we publish and our full portfolio. Every recommendation will be recorded here, alongside its performance and specific BUY, HOLD or SELL advice, aiming to help you take profits, cut losses or take advantage of new buying opportunities.
I’d like to thank you for reading – and welcome you to The Fleet Street Letter.
To your wealth,
Investment Director, The Fleet Street Letter
P.S. There’s never been a more precarious time to be a private wealth builder than today…
The eurozone teeters on the brink of collapse … Western economies are saddled with huge amounts of toxic debt… and stock markets seem paralysed with fear…
That’s why in our view there’s never been a better time to start receiving our “against the grain” guidance and advice
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A full portfolio is available on request. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Editors may have an interest in shares recommended.
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