Your publisher Nick O’Connor is holding a special emergency broadcast today at 2pm.
And it is vital you watch it and understand what is said.
This private webcast between Nick and award-winning trader Eoin Treacy – to which you’ve been invited – could be the most lucrative market raid opportunity we’ve ever shared with you.
Recent volatility in the financial markets means Wednesday’s webcast is so timely it needs to be seen by every investor and trader I can reach.
And that’s what concerns me today. As head of customer relations at Southbank Investment Research, it has come to my attention that thousands of you have registered to take your FREE SEAT at Wednesday’s event.
But that means there’s still a lot of you out there who are yet to tell us if you’ll be joining us.
Don’t make this common mistake: to not at least consider whether you want to take up your FREE invitation.
If you’re not interested in learning how you could bank as much as £15,000 (based on trading £10 per point) – in a matter of weeks – from plunging stocks then that’s fine, give this emergency broadcast a miss.
Otherwise, if you want to be “in the know” and get FREE access to this world exclusive, then follow these steps:
- Take two minutes to read the event details right here
- Enter your best email and click “YES, I’m IN” to let us know you’ll be attending
- You’ll get instant access to a private VIP website, with £250 worth of trading videos and research at your fingertips
- Clear your diary for 2pm, this afternoon for our world exclusive methodology to benefit from falling stock markets.
(By clicking above you’ll automatically receive our free and valuable “Exodus Trading Fortunes” messages to get you ready for the broadcast!)
Please note: if you’re busy at 2pm on Wednesday don’t worry, still register (it’s free and there’s no penalty if you can’t make it) and we’ll be sure to send you a recording of the event later that evening.
I hope you give this invitation your full consideration.
To good trading whatever’s happening in the markets,
Head of Customer Relations, Southbank Investment Research