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John-Stepek 'Money Morning' is our FREE daily investment email. In just a couple of minutes' enjoyable reading each morning, John Stepek (our editor) and regular guest contributors explain to you:

• What's been going on in the markets
• How the day's economic and political developments will affect your wealth
• The latest investment opportunities, and how you can profit

"Money Morning is fantastic...Your outlook and comments are far more interesting and relevant compared to the garbage spewed forth by talking heads on TV and what is found in the daily press." Bob Connolly, JP Morgan Chase & Co.

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Top small cap expert, and former City fund manager, David Thornton will help you master the world of pennies-to-pounds investing!

Having scoured the globe to seek out undiscovered gems David has a knack of uncovering the next small cap superstar.

Each and every week he will pass on his simple, plain talking insights and expertise that really could change the way you think about investing.

No catch. No commitment. Just useful, fun and to-the-point small cap commentary - delivered from a real small cap expert straight to your inbox.

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• Big Data and the vast potential for returns...

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bengt-saelensminde 'The Right Side' is our FREE contrarian investment email headed up by one of the shrewdest investors you'll ever meet – Bengt Saelensminde. He's a former Square Mile trader who was running his own portfolio by the age of 13. After making his name in the City he went on to start a business and property portfolio.

Now he dedicates his time to revealing unique market insights he's picked up along the way in his financial newsletter The Right Side – delivered every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to a core group of readers. Recently they discovered:
  • The one investment your portfolio shouldn't be without
  • House prices: the biggest bubble since the last one
  • Why stocks are still your best bet – don't let a bit of volatility put you off
  • How Bengt learned to stop worrying and love fracking

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Johbn-burford'MoneyWeek Trader' is our free spread-betting email from our trading veteran, John Burford.

In each jam-packed issue he lets you in on his new ideas and strategies to help you avoid the common pitfalls most spread betters fall into, and maximise the potential for profits! Recently, John's readers discovered:

• The best way to trade currencies in the era of quantitative easing
• How to day trade the FTSE100 using his unique 'tramline' trading technique
• How to spot 'cycles' in the market for bigger profits
• The secret of 'self knowledge', and how it can make you a better trader
• When to use the 'Golden Ratio' and how this little-known number sequence could transform your trading returns

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'The New World' is MoneyWeek's FREE globally-focused weekly email, bringing you the most exciting investment stories from Asia and Latin America.

The New World features news and insights on emerging Asia from Lars Henriksson, and on Latin America from James McKeigue.

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Bill-bonner"So well written. To the point. No holds barred. Direct. Seasoned. Intelligent."

That's just some of what Daily Reckoning readers say about best-selling author Bill Bonner's acclaimed free financial daily newsletter. And no wonder...

Bill's been reckoning every day, Monday to Friday, since 1999 when the internet and email made it possible. More importantly, he realised continual analysis of the market – often a debunking of conventional wisdom and the mass manias that follow – was possible and necessary in an age filled with so many financial frauds and con men. He was right in 1999 and he's still right today.

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• Avoid the common, wealth-destroying mistakes that most investors make
• How the day's economic and political developments will affect your wealth
• Stay one step ahead of the game with Bill's contrarian insights

It doesn't matter if you're new to the game or an old pro; a bull or a bear; a buy-and-hold conservative or a risk-taking speculator - you'll find something in the Daily Reckoning to make you a better investor.

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