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We are still offering our one year subscription for only $149 for 10 issues and email alerts any time changes are made to our model portfolio. We now have a new subscription option. You can subscribe to the Commonsense Investletter for $249 and receive a full refund if we do not do our job of beating the S&P market average.* If the advice we provide does not earn you any more than the passively managed S&P 500 market average, you pay nothing. That's right! We will refund 100% of your subscription price. We are providing no value to our subscribers if our advice does not do any better than the market as a whole. We make no guarantee we will beat the market average and at some point we will probably fail. We have outperformed the S&P average in ten of the past eleven years. The decision is yours; you get the same time tested advice with the chance to pay absolutely nothing for it. If you are willing to bet against us, at some point you are bound to be right. Is this the year?

In our first seven years of publication a $10,000 portfolio invested as represented by our Investletter Model Portfolio would be worth $30,133. Compare this to the $13,037 you would have accumulated by investing in a portfolio modeled on the S&P 500 index. Click here to see how we could have helped you earn more money last year.

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