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Most people who succeed financially are savvy investors. Unfortunately, not everyone who thinks of himself as a sharp money manager really is one. You see, the vast majority of individuals who dabble in the investment markets do so as rank amateurs.
Thankfully, it's easy to pick them out from any crowd. They're the ones whose incessant chatter gives away the dangerous fact that they are all too happy to embrace the promise of returns without fully understanding the risks involved in investing.
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If you do sign up for this eCourse AND if you commit between 10 and 25 minutes every other day to truly think about what you've learnt, then in one short month you'll be confounding and astounding your friends and family with your brand new 'investment smarts', as you effortlessly explain to them erudite concepts like...
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