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Dear reader,

A renowned economist recently made a public decision to withdraw $990,000 of the $1 million he holds in a major U.S. bank.

His decision was the result of a serious flaw in the banking system.

It’s the very same flaw that I first reported to Wall Street Daily readers back in October of last year.

In a special broadcast, regarding this fatal flaw, I asked readers...

“Do you need any more reason to get out of the bank... or will you wait until they take everything you've worked for?” – October 3, 2013 9:51 AM EST

I further urged readers in no uncertain terms to...

“Withdraw everything!”

Well, for now, the situation has a silver lining.

The same fatal flaw threatening the banks has also created the highest monthly yields we’ve seen in the last 50 years.

That is, super-yields returning to north of 21% every month.

Such yields would shoot the balance on an average retirement account by $34,428 in just 30 days, and sometimes can run even higher.

In fact, last month alone, you could’ve seen...

A 39% super-yield on a property management company in seven days.

 

A 61% super-yield on a healthcare company in one day.

 

A 137% super-yield on an energy company in 28 days.

 

A 163% super-yield on a petroleum company in 20 days.

 

How do your prefer your yields?

Steady and predictable in the range of 10% to 13% every month?

Or fast and loud in the range of 20% to 50% every month?

Well, the real beauty of these super-yields lies in their ability to be perfectly tailored to an investor's profile.

You see, these yields aren’t simply an extension of current interest rates, as is the case with bank CDs.

Rather, other forces are at play, the most aggressive of which – should you choose to explore it – can drive returns north of 100% in no time flat.

Over the next few minutes...

You’ll learn exactly why this esteemed economist publicly vowed to withdraw $990,000 from a major U.S. bank, and...

You’ll learn all the details concerning the fatal flaw in the banking system putting your funds at risk, and...

You’ll learn about the incredible offshoot of the prevailing situation. That is, historic super-yields powerful enough to increase the balance on an average retirement account by $34,428 in 30 days...

  • $187,483 in 120 days...
  • $350,580 in 180 days...
  • $1,450,852 in 365 days.

Please heed this warning, though...

What took 50 years to arrive could vanish in a single day, which means capitalizing on this historic opportunity will require some urgency on your behalf.

When too many investors pile into the same safe haven, the market always self-corrects.

It could happen in a flash.

When it does, these historic super-yields will likely disappear for another 50 years.

In a few moments, I’ll show you how to “rate-lock” this opportunity.

But first, if you decide to revolutionize your portfolio today, I can promise you the following...

You won't be investing in any penny stocks.

You won't be investing in any low-grade, high-yield bonds.

And you definitely won't be investing in stocks paying unnatural, overinflated dividends.

Instead, you'll be pushing yields to north of 20%, every month.

On the day you hit a million...

The natural tendency of my readers is to thank me. They send flattering messages with very kind words, like Stephanie did, who wrote in and said...

"God has greatly blessed me in life, and following your lead, I've done well investing."

Stephanie is up $2.1 million.

But don’t thank me, I’m just the messenger.

I founded Wall Street Daily six years ago directly into the teeth of the Financial Crisis, knowing that these types of moneymaking opportunities were being hidden from the investment public.

People told me I was crazy to launch a brand-new publication during a time when it looked like the world was ending, but I kept on.

Over 1.5 million readers later, the spirit of Wall Street Daily is perfectly captured by the information I’m about to share with you.

In case you thought your deposits were safe...

The most-recent FDIC Quarterly Banking Profile shows a very serious problem.

That is, the total number of banks on its “Problem Bank” list is 622% higher than in the easy-lending years prior to the financial crash.

Over the five-year period from 2003 to 2007, the Problem Bank list averaged only 75 banks per year.

FDIC Chart

Today, the list stands at 467 banks!

With all the federal money being poured into banks, and all the new restrictions on lending...

How can the number of problem banks be so much greater than the number prior to the financial crisis?

It doesn’t make any sense.

More troubling still, despite the bailout five years ago, 493 more banks have failed. And the list will only get bigger from here.

Are you starting to grasp why an esteemed Ivy League economist would waltz into his bank and withdraw nearly every penny of his $1 million?

You’ll hear his story in a moment.

Meanwhile, the world’s billionaires are pocketing gobs of income as a direct result of this situation.

They’re hiding in a financially lucrative safe haven 10,000 times more powerful than any Swiss bank account, which I’ll soon reveal.

Such a “block vote” among billionaires alone should speak volumes. But what I’m about to reveal next should make your decision to exit the banks even easier.

With Facebook and Twitter, a simple rumor could spell disaster in less than 10 minutes...

What just happened in a small rural town in eastern China should raise every warning flag here in the United States.

A man innocently walked into his bank in Yancheng, a city in Sheyang County, and asked to withdraw the Chinese equivalent of $32,200.

Not an outlandish request, right?

Well, the bank refused.

Within seconds, the story spread like wildfire.

Fearing the worst, depositors believed that the bank had run out of money.

Minutes later, hundreds of customers were beating on the doors demanding cash.

Despite assurances from regulators and the central bank that their money was safe, a full-scale run on the bank lasted three days!

Still think it can’t happen here, well... then why is a major U.S.bank behaving so strangely?

Citigroup’s annual shareholder meeting was held 1,000 miles away from its headquarters...

The beleaguered bank also refused to webcast the event, which is leading to speculation that it’s running out of money.

Citi’s move could be regarded as very troubling.

Professors at Temple University and New York University collaborated on a study to discover exactly why companies move annual shareholder meetings a long distance from their headquarters, like Citi just did.

The study showed that it happens when companies anticipate poor performance in the months after the meeting.

When specifically asked about Citigroup, one of the professors said it’s “exactly the pattern we’re writing about.”

Worse yet, with Bank of America having just reported a first-quarter loss of $276 million (the results shocked every analyst on Wall Street), who’s to say a bank run can’t happen here?

Believe me when I tell you that the big Wall Street banks haven’t recovered from the Financial Crisis.

I’ve seen their balance sheets, and they aren't pretty.

Just how fragile have these super-banks become?

And how vulnerable is America to a major bank run?

Enough to recommend (back in October) that my readers flee the banking system to the same sanctuary enjoyed by the world’s most influential billionaires.

In the same broadcast I sent urging readers to “withdraw everything,” I also revealed the ticker symbols of eight companies.

Every company was handpicked to benefit as a result of the situation.

I told readers to expect nothing less than a 41% total yield.

Since then, the portfolio’s total yield would’ve shot as high as 55% in just 27 days, including...

  • 317% on Meredith Corporation in 29 days.
  • 92% on Community Bank System Inc. in 29 days.
  • 81% on UMB Financial Corporation in 29 days.
  • 74% on Piedmont Natural Gas Co. Inc. in 29 days.
  • 33% on Matthews International Corporation in 28 days.

Ironically, the same fatal flaw foreshadowing a possible bank run is also responsible for these extraordinary monthly yields.

That is, super-yields powerful enough to increase the balance on an average retirement account by $34,428 in 30 days...

  • $187,483 in 120 days...
  • $350,580 in 180 days...
  • $1,450,852 in 365 days.

 

One document the Feds don’t want you to see...

Of course, in the event of a bank run, lawmakers are sure to step in.

The question, though, is this...

Do they have any ammunition left to make a difference?

I uncovered a telling document as I performed my due diligence for this story.

It’s something that the press isn’t reporting, likely because they haven’t done their homework. (Again, delivering you the truth is exactly why I founded Wall Street Daily.)

If there was a run on the banks here in the United States...

It’s inconceivable to think the FDIC would have enough money to meet its obligations to depositors, meaning your bank deposits – which include checking and savings accounts, money market deposit accounts and CDs – aren’t really “insured.” (Yikes!)

The Feds want you to believe that these accounts are “FDIC insured” up to $250,000.

But by its own admission, the fund’s balance actually went negative during each of the last two crises (the 1980s Savings & Loan Crisis and the Financial Crisis).

So had a bank run actually occurred, well... you can do the math.

The FDIC’s severely underfunded status is documented in the just-filed government banking report conspicuously titled “Assuring Confidence.”

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In event of a crisis, according to the report, the FDIC is extremely vulnerable to yet another negative account balance.

A negative account balance could spark widespread panic.

Here’s where it gets scary...

The FDIC says $120 billion is the ideal amount to have on reserve in event of a crisis.

Yet the latest audit shows an account balance of $37.9 billion, leaving the FDIC short by more than $83 billion!

Billionaires have found safety outside of banks, so why haven’t you?

Everyone wants to know their money is safe the in event of a crisis, right?

Well, what about someone worth $5 billion?

Such a person would have to spread his wealth among 20,000 different bank accounts to insure each deposit up to the FDIC limit of $250,000.

That’s neither prudent nor practical.

Besides, now we know that the FDIC isn’t really in a position to protect our wealth anyway.

The world’s billionaire investors have long since discovered a “golden parachute.”

Famed investor, Bill Ackman, worth $1.2 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

Famed investor, George Soros, worth $26.5 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

Famed investor, Ken Fisher, worth $2.3 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

Famed investor, Warren Buffett, worth $58.5 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

Famed investor, Ray Dalio, worth $10 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

Famed investor, Richard Chilton, worth $1.4 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

Famed investor, Steven Cohen, worth $9.4 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

Famed investor, Leon Cooperman, worth $2.5 billion, is enjoying his golden parachute.

I’m going to show you exactly how to pull the ripcord on your golden parachute in a moment.

But first, allow me to re-issue my original warning to exit the banking system in favor of these historic super-yields.

It’s been over 50 years since we’ve seen ones powerful enough to increase the balance on an average retirement account by $34,428 in 30 days.

Excuse me, sir, but I’d like to withdraw $990,000...

Now that the billionaires are comfortably in their safe haven...

What about former Harvard economist, Terry Bernham, who publicly vowed to withdraw $990,000 of his $1,000,000?

Well, he realized the same fatal flaw in the banking system that I’ve been warning about, and he’s not sticking around to risk it unraveling on him.

Here’s what he told PBS in an exclusive interview...

“Why do I risk starting a run on Bank of America by withdrawing my money and presuming that many fellow depositors will read this and rush to withdraw too? Because they pay me zero interest.
“Let me explain: Currently, I receive zero dollars in interest on my $1,000,000. The reason I had the money in Bank of America was to keep it safe. However, the potential cost to keeping my money in Bank of America is that the bank may be unwilling or unable to return my money.
“If the chance that Bank of America will not return my money is, say, a mere 1%, then the expected cost to me is 1% of my million, or $10,000. That far exceeds the interest I receive, which, I hardly need to remind depositors out there, is a cool $0.
“Not so long ago, Bank of America would have paid me $1,000 a week in interest on my million dollars. If I were getting $1,000 a week, I might bear the risks of delay and default. However, today I am receiving $0. So my cash is leaving Bank of America.”

Now can you appreciate the fatal flaw in the banking system?

By allowing the bank to hold your money, you assume the risk that the bank may not be able to pay you back. And you should be fairly compensated for that risk!

Over the entire history of banking, depositors have always been fairly compensated.

Yet, today they’re not!

It’s the loudest warning signal in the 3,000-year history of banking...

Let’s say the odds of your bank failing are 4%, which is a fair estimate considering 493 banks have failed despite the bailout, and 467 more are on the Problem Bank list.

Then to offset that risk, you should earn no less than 4% on your money.

Call it a "risk premium," if you will.

If you have $100,000 in the bank, or in bank securities like CDs, well... then you should be earning no less than $4,000, annually.

Unless you have money stuffed inside a Swiss account, though, you’re not being fairly compensated.

Bankrate.com’s latest survey of 100 banks in the nation's ten largest markets showed the annual percentage yield on money market accounts is a pathetic 0.11%.

The annual percentage yield on interest-bearing checking accounts is a miniscule 0.05%.

The annual percentage yield on one-year CDs is an embarrassing 0.23%.

In a way, we’re all actually quite lucky...

Throughout history, banks typically fail without any warning, as AIG and Lehman Brothers both did.

This time, however, if you’re willing to open your eyes, the writing is on the wall...

Put simply, banks don’t have enough money to pay you a fair interest rate, and the FDIC, by its own admission, isn’t properly equipped to insure your account.

Do you need any further reason to find safety elsewhere, as the billionaires already have?

Universal laws can never be violated...

The fatal flaw in the banking system isn’t a death sentence for investors.

Not by a long shot.

In fact, the bank’s fatal flaw has placed four unbreakable laws of the market in perfect alignment.

Known laws.

Laws that never fail.

Laws that have worked for the last 200 years, and will always work.

The laws are listed as follows...

The Law of First Sanctuary (unbreakable).

The Law of Dividend Increases (unbreakable).

The Law of Acceleration (unbreakable).

The Law of Compounding Returns (unbreakable).

Just how perfectly into alignment has the bank’s fatal flaw placed these four laws?

Enough that I was able to release the ticker symbols of eight companies back in October (along with my warning to “withdraw everything”).

Each company was perfectly positioned to perform in the face of the banking crisis.

As I told readers, anything less than a 41% return was unlikely.

Since then, with unbreakable laws governing behavior, total yields would’ve shot as high as 55% in just 27 days, including...

  • 317% on Meredith Corporation in 29 days.
  • 92% on Community Bank System Inc. in 29 days.
  • 81% on UMB Financial Corporation in 29 days.
  • 74% on Piedmont Natural Gas Co. Inc. in 29 days.
  • 33% on Matthews International Corporation in 28 days.

 

Super-yields of this magnitude would increase the balance on an average retirement account by $34,428 in 30 days...

  • $187,483 in 120 days...
  • $350,580 in 180 days...
  • $1,450,852 in 365 days.

 

Law #1, The Law of First Sanctuary, has everything to do with the safety billionaires are presently enjoying outside of the banking system.

UNBREAKABLE LAW #1:

The Law of First Sanctuary

It doesn’t matter that Citigroup moved its annual shareholders meeting 1,000 miles away from its headquarters.

Nor does it matter that the FDIC is severely underfunded, and vulnerable to running out of money in the event of a crisis.

These super-banks can’t dupe the laws of the market.

The laws of the market can never be fooled.

It’s like Leonardo da Vinci said, “Nature never breaks its own laws."

When an object weighs less than air, it flies. Period. No exceptions.

The laws of the market work in much the same way.

The Law of First Sanctuary simply states that...

When billionaires move in packs, like wolves, follow them wherever they go.

This law has played out time and again throughout the history of financial markets.

Billionaires aren’t just close to the smart money... billionaires are the smart money.

So when they move in tandem, you better believe it’s for a reason.

The Law of First Sanctuary is asserting itself right now, as billionaires have flocked to the safety of yields.

Bill Ackman.

George Soros.

Ken Fisher.

Warren Buffett.

Ray Dalio.

Richard Chilton.

Steven Cohen.

Leon Cooperman.

Together, that’s a net worth of over $111 billion, all having portfolios positioned alongside dividend-paying companies with fantastic yields.

According to Unbreakable Law #1, the prudent move is to follow them. But that doesn’t mean to follow them blindly.

Fortunately, another unbreakable law can pinpoint their exact location.

UNBREAKABLE LAW #2:

The Law of Dividend Increases

It’s no secret that dividend-paying companies dramatically outperform the benchmark averages. Even without the added benefit of reinvesting dividends, that is.

Dividend-payers are simply more prone to stock gains.

If you invested $50,000 in the S&P 500 back in September of 1993, you’d be sitting on a modest $180,500.

However, if you invested only in the S&P 500 companies that paid dividends, your $50,000 would be worth $300,005.

Vastly better, right?

Well, billionaires are extremely demanding of performance, especially when seeking safety outside of the banks.

They’ll never jump solely on the merits that dividend-payers outperform the market.

What they really covet is protection.

Better still, the protection of another unbreakable law.

A law that can never be violated.

It’s called The Law of Dividend Increases.

The law can be stated very simply as follows...

Companies with longstanding histories of increasing their dividends profoundly outperform dividend-paying companies with no such history of increasing dividends.

Watch what happens using the same example...

If you invested $50,000 in a basket of companies with histories of increasing their dividends for at least 10 years running, well...

Your $50,000 investment would now be worth a whopping $635,000.

To recap, since September 1993...

The S&P 500 has returned 261%.

The dividend-paying companies in the S&P 500 have returned 500%.

That basket of dividend-paying companies with at least a 10-year history of increasing dividends has returned 1,171%!

And that's without reinvesting any dividends.

Finding these companies is no easy task, however.

Among a universe of over 10,000 stocks, only 250 companies have increased their dividends for 10 years running.

Even fewer (about 25) have increased their dividend every year for the last 25 years.

Armed with this knowledge, it’s easy to position yourself directly alongside the billionaires and these unbreakable laws.

UNBREAKABLE LAW #3:

The Law of Accelerated Returns

By now, you’re likely beginning to appreciate how I was able to handpick eight companies whose total yields were unlikely to return anything less than 41%.

That is, eight companies whose average yield would’ve shot as high as 55% in just 27 days.

I leveraged Law #1, The Law of First Sanctuary, and followed the billionaires into dividend-paying companies.

Next, I leveraged Law #2, The Law of Dividend Increases, and strategically added only companies with longstanding histories of raising dividends to the portfolio.

But as every billionaire knows, certain yields can be safely boosted even higher.

That is, by leveraging yet another unbreakable law.

A law that safely accelerates time, without fail.

A law that safely speeds up the process.

A law that safely compresses six months down to four weeks...

Four weeks down to five days...

Five days down to 20 hours...

It’s called The Law of Accelerated Returns.

The Wall Street Journal describes this law as being able to “juice returns in any market."

The law can be stated as follows...

If a stock is moving higher, the market lets you "lock-in" the (higher) future price today.

Agriculture giant, Caterpillar (CAT), is the perfect example of a safe, reliable company coveted by billionaires.

Caterpillar has raised its dividend for more than 10 years running, which infinitely increases the likelihood of capital gains.

Law #3, allows you to safely lock-in Caterpillar's higher (future) stock price today. As in, right now!

It's an opportunity to earn the safest lightning-quick gains you've ever witnessed. Safe enough to use in an everyday retirement account, according to the IRS.

No waiting around for the stock to move higher.

The gain hits the books that same day.

What's the tradeoff for accepting Law #3's safe and generous gift?

It's simple, really. You must agree to surrender all of Caterpillar’s additional upside above the "lock-in" price.

Caterpillar presently trades for $105.

If you choose to "lock in" a future price of $140, it would score a safe, lightning-quick profit. But if Caterpillar keeps moving upward to say... $200, you wouldn't see a penny of the higher price.

But who really cares? You’ll already have pocketed a small fortune.

The moment shares hit the "lock-in" price, they automatically disappear from your account. No hassle, whatsoever!

Now, Law #3 can end right here...

In fact, Laws #1, #2 and #3, working in perfect concert together, are powerful enough to boost anyone’s total yield to historic levels.

My conservative readers love the safety aspect, too.

But some folks still want to be more aggressive.

They want even higher yields, like... say, north of 20% a month.

Well, if you’re such a person, Law #3 lets you do it.

Anyone can push the Law of Accelerated Returns even further by leveraging a pricing anomaly inside a certain corner of the market.

The law clearly states that the anomaly exists every day the market is open, and never disappears.

How powerful is this anomaly? Powerful enough to accelerate the total yield on stocks to north of 100% in less than a month.

Just like Meredith Corporation, whose total yield maxed at 317% in 29 days.

Or Community Bank System Inc., whose total yield maxed at 92% in 29 days.

Or UMB Financial Corporation, whose total yield maxed at 81% in 29 days.

In fact, my readers just enjoyed two such opportunities... 40% on HollyFrontier Corporation in six days, and 32% on Pfizer in 14 days.

Whether you want to push Law #3 to its maximum limit is entirely up to your own personal risk tolerance.

At the very least, now you can appreciate why 21% every month represents only a conservative estimate on these “accelerated” yields.

UNBREAKABLE LAW #4:

The Law of Compounding Returns

Albert Einstein called Law #4 “the greatest mathematical discovery of all time.”

It really needs no introduction, does it?

It’s an unheralded force of nature that describes how wealth grows.

The law simply states that...

The initial principal will aggressively accumulate in size as profits are repeatedly reinvested.

Think about it like a small snowball rolling down a hill. As it increases speed, it keeps increasing in size. Eventually, you’ll get a giant snowball.

Since the banks' fatal flaw has placed four unbreakable laws into perfect alignment, our snowball could get really big.

Big enough to increase the balance on an average retirement account by $34,428 in 30 days...

  • $187,483 in 120 days...
  • $350,580 in 180 days...
  • $1,450,852 in 365 days.

 

And there you have it...

A 21% yield on stocks every single month, forever.

You could do it over... and over... and over...

As many times as your heart desires....

All the way to $1.4 million by the end of your first year.

In regards to $1.4 million on day #365...

Science includes many principles that act more like laws of nature...

Newton's law of gravitation. (Unbreakable.)

Newton's three laws of motion. (Unbreakable.)

The ideal gas laws. (Unbreakable.)

Mendel's laws concerning heredity. (Unbreakable.)

The laws of supply and demand. (Unbreakable.)

And so on.

I've just described four more today.

The Law of First Sanctuary (unbreakable).

The Law of Dividend Increases (unbreakable).

The Law of Acceleration (unbreakable).

The Law of Compounding Returns (unbreakable).

On the day your account hits a million, the natural tendency of my readers is to thank me.

They send flattering messages with very kind words. Like Stephanie did, who wrote in and said...

"God has greatly blessed me in life, and I've done well investing."

Stephanie is up $2.1 million.

But, allow me to remind everyone again...

I'm only a messenger.

While I love the praise, it's a bit misdirected.

Four perfectly aligned laws of the market, along with their infinite reliability, have made this opportunity possible.

Let’s give some credit to the heads of Wall Street’s six super-banks, too, for putting us in this situation.

My brilliance – if you even want to call it that – comes from the ability to parse these opportunities for maximum impact. And I even have an unfair advantage in that regard, too...

I founded Wall Street Daily in the midst of the worst financial crisis in American history. I did it with the sole mission to uncover stories just like this one.

A million-and-a-half readers later, our inbox is full virtually every day...

"I want to thank you for making my dream come true. I'm writing you this letter in New York City, where I took my whole family to attend my son's graduation commencement. The trip expense is covered by the profit generated from your recommendations. And I've still got an extra $4,344 in my pocket." – Mark K.
"I'm up $10,977. I don't know how to describe it. I've never had success like this." – Jeff G.
"I've been trading for years now, but this was the BIGGEST gain I've ever had. Wow. Wow. Wow. All I can say is thank you!" – Michael R.
"I started off with limited funds that I couldn't afford to lose. It's an incredible feeling to have doubled my account in four months." – Joshua C.
"I'm working with about $100,000 and growing because of you and the work you do. I feel like I might not be a complete failure in investing my own money thanks to you!" – Richard H.

It’s not worth risking...

So will your bank fail or not?

Like I said, Wall Street Daily’s financial models put the likelihood at about 4%.

Although those are long odds, it’s still what we financial professionals call “significant,” meaning it’s not worth leaving to chance.

By allowing the bank to hold your money, you assume the risk that the bank may not be able to pay you back. And you should be fairly compensated for that risk!

Over the entire history of banking, depositors have always been fairly compensated.

Yet today, the banks are paying zero percent.

That’s what has me so concerned.

The billionaires have already pulled the ripcord on their golden parachutes.

I urge you to invoke Law #1, The Law of First Sanctuary, and join them immediately.

Billionaires are never wrong about money.

I then urge you to invoke Law #2, The Law of Dividend Increases, and retreat as they have to companies with longstanding histories of raising dividends. Although hard to find, they’re the safest companies on Earth.

I then urge you to invoke Law #3, The Law of Acceleration, and lock-in the higher (future) price of your shares now.

Finally, I urge you to invoke Law #4, The Law of Compounding Returns, and reinvest.

Do it over and over again.

All the way to $34,428 in 30 days...

  • $187,483 in 120 days...
  • $350,580 in 180 days...
  • $1,450,852 in 365 days

 

Although these super-yields can return about 215% every month, they oftentimes run even higher.

You’ll recall that last month alone, you could’ve seen...

A 39% super-yield on a property management company in seven days.

 

A 61% super-yield on a healthcare company in one day.

 

A 137% super-yield on an energy company in 28 days.

 

A 163% super-yield on a petroleum company in 20 days.

 

It’s easier than you could ever imagine.

Heck, on first news of the fatal flaw, I released the ticker symbols of eight companies.

I handpicked each one to thrive in the present situation.

I even went on the record to expect no less than a 41% return.

Well, total yields would’ve shot as high as 55% in just 27 days, including...

  • 317% on Meredith Corporation in 29 days.
  • 92% on Community Bank System Inc. in 29 days.
  • 81% on UMB Financial Corporation in 29 days.
  • 74% on Piedmont Natural Gas Co. Inc. in 29 days.
  • 33% on Matthews International Corporation in 28 days.

The spirit of Amsterdam lives on...

In the same PBS column where he publicly vowed to withdraw $990,000 from Bank of America, Mr. Burnham also said...

“Someone should start a bank that charges interest and doesn’t make loans. An anti-lending bank could be quite successful. I’d be a customer.”

Ironic, isn’t it? The very act of lending itself is what causes banks to get into so much trouble.

Interestingly enough, there was such a bank once called the Bank of Amsterdam.

The bank charged customers a fee in return for a safe place to store funds.

It didn’t make loans.

In fact, in his famous book from 1776 “Wealth of Nations,” Adam Smith speaks very highly of the Bank of Amsterdam.

What a cool idea, huh?

Well, I don’t plan on ever starting a bank. And I’m sure not making any loans.

But in the spirit of the Bank of Amsterdam, I’d like to offer you a seat in my research service, The Dividends Accelerator.

Although the retail price for The Dividends Accelerator is $6,500/year...

Today, I’m offering a one-year, risk-free membership for only $1,495.

Yes, I charge a fee.

The fee covers the cost to deliver this groundbreaking research, including paying my full-time staff of 40 people, and the overhead costs of over 60 support staff.

In return, you’ll get every detail concerning these historic super-yields.

You’ll get immediate access to my three latest company-specific recommendations, all of which have yields ready to be accelerated north of 50% in 30 days.

You’ll get access to my members-only website, along with a library of special reports.

You’ll get access to my call center, too, where trained representatives are standing by to answer any questions you may have about your membership.

You’re never alone in the venture.

You’ll even get to listen-in on my conference calls. That is, the ones I have with legit industry insiders.

My 100% money-back guarantee...

I think you'll agree that the cost to join ($1,495) is very fair.

With that being said, I’d like to cordially ask you for your business today.

If, for any reason whatsoever, you decide that The Dividends Accelerator isn't right for you...

Just call me before the end of your 90-day trial period, and I’ll refund your entire subscription cost.

To reserve your seat click here and you'll be taken to a secure order form. Or call us at 888.570.9830 or 1.410.454.0498  and mention Priority Code: WBBIQ903.

My ambition is to succeed in every way that your bank has failed.

Your bank doesn’t have your best interests in mind.

Your bank isn’t compensating you fairly.

Your bank hasn’t given you the opportunities to become incredibly wealthy.

I will.

No loans.

No zero-percent interest rates.

No ailing balance sheets.

Just the best yields research in the entire world.

Space is extremely limited...

A few years ago, a glitch in an ATM machine in England caused it to pay double the cash.

Customers were walking away with hundreds of dollars in free money.

News spread like wildfire.

Before long, the line stretched around the block.

One customer said, “I realized it was paying double, so I walked up again and withdrew even more.”

Needless to say, the frenzy also led to the ATM being quickly shut down.

The same thing can happen in our case...

These super-yields have the very real potential to earn you a fortune.

You could have the opportunity to close a winner every day the market is open.

The chance to earn $1.4 million in your first year is there for the taking.

That being said, too many investors piling into the same “safe haven” is a surefire way to ruin it for everybody.

These historic yields would dry up faster than you can change a lightbulb.

Their effectiveness would be totally undermined.

To guard against this ever happening, I’m strictly limiting the number of new members to the first 750.

So some urgency on your behalf is required.

First come, first served.

Again, if you’re not satisfied with The Dividends Accelerator for any reason, just cancel within 90 days for a full and courteous refund.

Keep everything you’ve received up to that point, my compliments. (I wouldn’t have been able to successfully launch one of the biggest financial publications on Earth – straight into the teeth of the Financial Crisis – without the guts to stand behind my research.)

Those who accelerated the yields on the eight companies I released upon learning about this situation (on October 3, 2013 at exactly 9:51 AM EST) – even though I was conservative on my estimate of returns – could’ve earned enough to retire in 27 days.

I expect these returns to be even bigger.

To reserve your seat, click here and you'll be taken to a secure order form. Or call us at 888.570.9830 or 1.410.454.0498 and mention Priority Code: WBBIQ903.

My three latest companies, all of which have yields ready to be accelerated north of 50% in 30 days, are available for immediate access.

Here’s to 20% every month!

Robert Williams
May, 2014