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Dear Investor,

For 37 years I have been asked the same question

How long do you hold a stock before it moves up and what is the average holding time for your stocks?

Unfortunately there is no set answer. It can take weeks, months or years. My goal is to find quality stocks at low prices that have good profit potential.

I look at the Track Record and Superstars as conversation pieces that ask you - the investor - a simple question …

Did your newsletter or broker recommend any of these stocks at these prices?

If you had subscribed to The Cheap Investor, you would have had the opportunity to buy all of these stocks at low prices and had the potential to make HUGE PROFITS.

bill mathewsYour's in success,
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Bill Mathews, Editor & Founder

8+ Year
Track Record

Bill's lifelong goal — his reason for living — is uncovering quality stocks at incredibly low prices that have huge potential for profit.

And he's very good at it.  In fact, for the last five years (2013 through 2017), his recommendations have produced an amazing average potential profit of 190%.

Just look at some of the big names on Bill's Superstar List for example. Or take a look at his entire 8+ Year Track Record right here.

Each month we deliver 3-4 low priced stocks that we think have the potential of moving at least 50%. If you look at our record you will see a large number of our recommendations have met or exceeded our 50% goal.

The track record shows each stock and the price at which we recommended it in the monthly issue.  The High Price column lists the highest price the stock hit after our recommendation.

Now just to be clear. We are not saying you should buy every stock Bill recommends, or that you should necessarily hold them indefinitely.  Every decision is entirely yours, as we don't give sell recommendations.

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