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Claim the first 4 issues of MoneyWeek, Britain's best-selling financial magazine, absolutely FREE!

A MoneyWeek magazine subscription gives you intelligent, easy-to-read commentary on the week's financial news, plus practical investment advice, all in a lively, colourful format.

MoneyWeek readers have already banked gains of 35%, 80% and 500% in the last 18 months.

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MoneyWeek is the must-read magazine for everyone who wants to protect and grow their wealth - and enjoy it.

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• The first 4 issues of our award-winning magazine absolutely FREE and delivered to your door every Friday.
• Full and immediate access to moneyweek.com including the most up to date subscriber-only articles, magazine archive and special investment reports.
•Our daily investment email 'Money morning'
MoneyWeek tells you everything you need to be a successful investor - in both good times and bad.
"No other financial magazine informs and intrigues like MoneyWeek." Oliver Russ, Partner, Argonaut Capital
Every week MoneyWeek magazine brings you:
• 'Big picture' views and predictions. For example...what you should be doing now to protect yourself from the financial crisis... when you should buy into property again... what's next for oil, gold and commodities... which emerging markets give you the best opportunities to profit...
• Share tips - which specific shares to buy, sell, hold or avoid, including our 'Tip of the week', 'Turkey of the week' and 'Gamble of the week'.
"If you want to be informed, ahead of the pack and enhance capital, then you'd better read MoneyWeek." Jim Mellon, Chairman, Burnbrae Ltd.
• Expert views and recommendations from City professionals, including fund managers, economists, stockbrokers, small cap specialists, commodities traders? giving tips you won't hear anywhere else.
• The best investment opportunities in the UK and from around the world - whether stocks, bonds, funds or ETFs etc.
• The week's most important financial news, summarised and explained in an intelligent, enjoyable and thought-provoking way - and also bringing you different perspectives from newsletters and blogs you've probably never heard of.
• Practical tips on protecting your personal finances in the financial crisis - how to pay less tax, which mortgage deals could save you money, which pension mistakes to avoid, how to get discounts etc. • And much, much more...

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