I have good news to share with you. I am announcing a change to improve your Global Stock Investor service to ensure that you receive the latest information as soon as possible.
You now will receive every month’s Global Stock Investor issue via e-mail in addition to the print version that is mailed to you. As a result, you will not receive a hotline during the week that the newsletter is e-mailed. Of course, you will continue to receive the Global Stock Investor hotline during the weeks when I do not have a new newsletter to e-mail to you.
I appreciate the feedback that you give to me and I want to thank the subscribers who suggested that I make this change to expedite the delivery of my recommendations to you. There will be no hotline today, but look for the January 2009 issue of Global Stock Investor to be sent to you via e-mail later this week.
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