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Lose Weight with Three EZ Reverse Engineering Exercises


Here are three simple exercises that can reverse engineer hunger patterns and help us to lose weight.

A recent survey asked the question. “What are the most important life goals?” After thousands of replies the top answer was “Being Healthy”.   One of the most important keys to being healthy is good nutrition and weight control.   This is part two in this series can help enhance our natural health and keep things in life EZ.

A link to part one “Delicious EZ Way to Lose Weight”  (1) is below.

To lose a pound requires burning somewhere between 2,800 and 3,750 calories.  An accepted standard is 3,500 calories.  There is some argument that because the body holds onto fat if it loses weight fast, even more burnt calories may be required to lose a pound.

Losing weight with exercise is not the answer because the average runner burns about 100 calories per mile.  Walking at a three mile per hour pace (20 minute mile) takes between 9 and 15 hours to lose a pound depending on weight.

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From article “Three Reasons Not to Run a Marathon” (2).  A 4th reason not to run a marathon is to lose weight!

Eat a Cheesecake Factory bistro shrimp pasta (3,129 calories).  Go run a marathon (if possible).  The calorie loss might not even break even.  Running might require 30 miles or walking all day to become even from a caloric point of view.  Enjoy a Red Robin Peppercorn Monster Burger, served with a side of steak fries, and a Monster Salted Caramel Milkshake,  (3,540 calories) requires that we would have to run an extra four miles or one to two walking hours.

Most of us won’t find exercise a practical weight loss solution, so let’s reverse engineer the process and look at three exercises that can help reduce hunger so we won’t consume the calories in the first place!

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When at our farm, I walk this path almost every day after a meal.

Exercise #1:  Take shorter walks, but at the right time.  Walk after a meal.  Many studies have shown that a post-meal walk, as short as 15 minutes, can in fact help with digestion and improve blood sugar levels.  In a study published in 2009, researchers found that a 20-minute walk about 15 minutes after dinner led to lower post-meal blood sugar levels more than either a walk before dinner or no walking at all. Another study, found that walking for 15 minutes shortly after each meal improved daily blood sugar levels better than a single 45-minute walk in the morning.  The post-meal stroll causes more of the glucose in the bloodstream to be taken up by the muscles instead of converting it into fat.

Exercise #2:  Rub the stomach.  In his book “The Book of Internal Exercises”,  (3) Dr. Stephen Chang tells how rubbing our stomachs can promote proper digestion, sound sleep and a healthy heart.  This is a weight loss method of ancient Chinese sages called The Crane.

stephen chang crane

Image from momsthumb.blogspot.com (4)

It is only a 2 minute exercise.  First, lay flat on your back.  Put the palm of your right hand on your navel.  Simply rub clockwise from the center outwards. Start with small circles. Slowly with gentle pressure expand the movement until all the stomach and abdomen have been rubbed.  Rub slowly and with gentle pressure. Rubbed outwards for 1 minute. Then reverse directions and run inwards from large to small circles.

The Crane uses the body’s electricity to gently massage the intestines, the blood vessels, and the digestive and eliminatory system.  The fatty accumulations and deposits are disrupted and passed into the eliminatory system and out of the body.

Book of Internal Exercises

Book of Internal Exercise (Amazon.com)

Exercise #3: Exercise the sphincter muscles.

Dr. Paula Garbourg’s book “Secret of the Ring Muscles” (5) shows one simple exercise for better digestion and weight control. This is so simple yet so powerful because it only has to do with the way you chew. Here is what she says:

Chewing should be done with the lips closed, but with the oral cavity open as wide as possible. When chewing is done correctly the lower sphincters and intestines can be felt working in rhythm and causing the abdomen to contract.

All the sphincter muscles are connected so when you exercise the oral sphincters with this type of chewing, you exercise them all.  The functioning of the sphincters is closely linked to the correct functioning of digestion.  Good digestion improves nutrition and helps reduce food cravings.

Secret of the ring muscles

Secret of the Ring Muscles at Amazon.com

The final most important action for weight control is to make a commitment.  The power of commitment cannot be overestimated.

Commitment is the key to gaining mastery over your hunger. The ability to create mastery is a fundamental to success in any field, in any place, at any time, and at any age.  This is an era when the value of experience is worth more than the cost of getting it, so everyone over or approaching age 50 should read the latest book I wrote with Bob Gandt, “MASTERY: A Mission Plan for Reclaiming a Life of Purpose, Fitness, and Achievement”.

To make it possible for everyone to read this valuable book and because I need your help, you can gain the benefits of mastery free.

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“Mastery” is about how to create and fulfill missions for health, enjoyment, happiness, ideals, education, friendships and wealth.

Regain That Old Feeling

 

You can regain that old feeling of energy and health.

Bon and Anne Gandt

Bob Gandt and his wife Anne after Bob completed a 2012 Clermont, Florida triathlon.  He took first place in the over-70 group.

A recent survey asked our most important questions. “What are the most important life goals?”

After thousands of replies the seven top answers in order of importance were first, “Being Healthy”.  “Enjoying Life”.  “Being Happy and Content”  was third and – “Pursuing Ideals & Passions” fourth. “Achieving Intellectual Growth”  fifth,  “Having Close Friendships” sixth and finally “Having Financial Freedom” was seventh.

You can fulfill this entire bucket list with mastery.

I was delighted when my friend, Bob Gandt, asked if I could participate in writing a book together about mastery.

The underlying foundation that fulfills all desires is the same; mastery.

Mastery is the ability to start and complete personal missions, with friends, family and health.   Mastery makes every aspect of life better.

For example, “Mastery” has an entire section on how to improve our natural health one step at a time.  The Peak Health section provides safe, sane, effective ides on nutrition and how to have more health with less effort.  Learn the power of posture and how to sleep better in this section.  There is also a section on fitness and how much fitness helps natural health and success in every part of life.

Another section of “Mastery” shows how to increase the powers of the mind.  In this section we learned the fast way to slow down, how to use muscle memory and expand our intuition bandwidth. Learn how to use zoning, super thinking and super reading to become smarter.

The “Embracing the New” section shows ways to make friends and have more adventure in life at any age.  See how to embrace technology, gain transformative power from travel and create missions great and small.

Part Five of Mastery: The Anti-Retirement section helps how to be sure we never run out of money.  Gain power from a pinnacle career.  Earn by following your passion. Learn how to stay mission capable and earn with a writing mission.

Bob Gandt has special credentials to share how to learn, earn and enjoy with writing.

Flying, writing and running have been Bob Gandt’s dual passions.  He published his first story at age sixteen – the same year he first soloed an airplane. Since then he has accrued something over 25,000 hours, written fifteen books and countless articles.

While being the U. S. Navy’s youngest pilot at one time Bob logged over 300 carrier landings and nearly 2,000 hours in the A-4 Skyhawk.

For over thirty years he was an international airline pilot, with Pan Am and Delta Airlines, domiciled in Berlin, Hong Kong, New York, San Francisco, and Atlanta.  He has sixteen books published by major publishers including Viking Penguin Press, Wm. Morrow & Co., Naval Institute Press, Penguin Putnam and Random House.

While Bob lived in Hong Kong he joined a group of runners called the Hash House Harriers, an international group of non-competitive, running social clubs.  Gaining mastery over running up and down the hills of Hong Kong started Bob on a lifelong trek towards  better health.

The way Bob and I have gained so many  mastery ideas during our global lifestyles makes Mastery an easy, but must read.

Bob Gandt

A majority of our readers are Boomers and at age 50 above so I was captivated by the idea of a book on how to make the years after age fifty the best year yet.  I felt very privileged that Bob asked my to co-write a book about the power of missions and how they can make your life better, fuller and more abundant at any age, but especially after 50.

We did it.  For the past year we have enjoyed this labor of love and have written “Mastery, A Mission Plan for Reclaiming a Life of Purpose, Fitness, and Achievement”.

This book offers Bob’s and my best ideas on how to lead a meaningful life, every day regardless of your age.

So you know Bob better I have included a brief video in which Bob is featured.   There is food for thought for anyone, at any age in any endeavor in this video!

Bob Gandt

Bob Gandt

Click here to see this 2 minute 58 second video that can change your life. Click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJXJCrGLcS0

Here is the introduction to “Mastery, A Mission Plan for Reclaiming a Life of Purpose, Fitness, and Achievement”.

Something is Missing

You know the feeling. It hits you an hour before dawn. You’re lying awake in the darkness. A nagging uneasiness has settled on you like a fever. You can’t put a name to it or locate the source of the feeling. You only know that something isn’t right.

Something is missing.

Life ought to be sweet. You’re retired. On permanent vacation. Life is supposed to be carefree. And it is, sort of. You can’t help worrying about money. Or, more precisely, running out of money. Two recessions, an imploded real estate market, and a capricious stock market have done a number on your net worth. Your income stream has dwindled.

And your health. . . well, it’s on a par with your contemporaries. Same elevated blood pressure, cholesterol, joint problems. Standard senior stuff. That’s what meds are for, right? It gives you something to talk about at lunch.

You passed on the hardball stuff—running, free weights, singles tennis, high-energy aerobics. Had to preserve the knees, shoulders, heart. A few rounds of golf and a Sunday walk are enough. Granted, that paunch and jowly jaw weren’t in the photo the day you handed in the ID card, peeled your name from the office door, drove out of the parking lot.

You headed into retirement like a stranger into a strange land. The mantra was stay busy. Keep yourself occupied. Take the obligatory cruise, visit the relatives, hit the parks, see the shows, spend time with the grandkids. Your days filled with busyness— errands, social events, yard work, games, lunch with friends, fixing things around the house, checking email, forwarding stuff to friends.

It was a shared joke: Before you retired, how did you ever find time to work?

One day folded into the next, leaving scarcely a trace. Months passed. Years. Time swept around you like the water of a fast-running stream. And sometimes in a reflective moment you wondered:

Where did it go?

What did it mean?

Why do I have this feeling that something is missing?

It’s more than a feeling. The uneasiness you sense is real and justified. Something is missing. You haven’t identified it because it’s an intangible, nearly indefinable part of the life that you left behind. It’s called mission. Without a mission, your energy, brainpower, and creative spirit are being dispersed like chaff in the wind. You are operating on a level far below your optimum plateau.

To have a mission is to have purpose. Direction. A set of goals. Human beings of every age and disposition—civic volunteers, soldiers, greeters, teachers, astronauts, corporate chiefs, caregivers, truck drivers, writers—function at their highest level when they have a mission.

And so will you. With a mission—and a mission plan—you will attain a new level of performance. You will learn new skills, become physically and mentally stronger, perform at a level higher than you ever believed possible. You will become an advanced human being. You will be on the road to Mastery.

That Old Feeling

The road to Mastery is a long and winding route. The path is lined with waypoints, forks, obstacles. Along the way choices must be made, commitments honored, promises kept. Particularly the promises you make to yourself. As you progress on this journey, you will observe changes in yourself. You may discover that you can do things you thought were out of your reach.

These might include:

— recapturing the physical fitness and mental agility you believed were lost forever.
— starting a business that provides a steady income stream and restores your creative spirit.
— becoming fluent in the foreign language you believed only kids could learn.
— recovering muscle mass that you’ve lost as you’ve aged, despite what you’ve been told.
— writing the novel, memoir, or how-to book you’ve secretly dreamed about—and see it published and sold.
— learning to meditate, recharge, and revitalize your brain and body.
— acquiring new skills: photography, computers, martial arts, oil painting, chess, cooking.
— running, riding road bikes, swimming in the ocean, climbing a mountain.
— learning the piano, guitar, saxophone, or any musical instrument you choose.
— reading 1000+ words a minute and retain what you learn.
— memorizing entire pages of text, strings of numbers, lists of names.

And at some point in your journey a realization will strike you. That nagging uneasiness that used to settle over you in the pre-dawn darkness? It’s gone. It’s been replaced by another sensation. One you’d almost forgotten. That old feeling. It’s the feeling from years ago when the world was fresh and nothing seemed beyond your reach. It’s that ready-for-action surge you had when your feet hit the floor in the morning. That kickass feeling when you headed out the door for a five mile run. That heady, take-no-prisoners exultation you sensed when you knew you were going to close the deal before you walked into a meeting. The blissful satisfaction that warmed your tired body when you crossed the finish line of the long race.

You remember it.  The feeling of empowerment.  Independence.  Self-determination.  Fulfillment.  It’s still there, and you can get it back.

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(1)  Delicious EZ Way to Lose Weight.  https://www.garyascott.com/2015/09/25/43957.html

(2)  3 Reasons not to run a marathon

(3)  Book of Internal Exercise (Amazon.com)

(4) momsthumb.blogspot.com how to rub your stomach away Crane

(5) Secret of the Ring Muscles

Delicious EZ Ways to Lose Weight


Here are some delicious ways to lose weight and enhance natural health.   Turmeric adds spice to food and brings many health benefits.

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A recent message looked at health benefits that organic turmeric brings to the heart.

Another message Simple Health Benefits from Turmeric outlines how turmeric helps cleanse the liver, is an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial and can even safely kill cancer stem cells in a way that chemo and radiation cannot.

A diet high in turmeric may even help reduce weight gain by suppressing the growth of new fat tissue, according to a study conducted by researchers from Tufts University and published in the Journal of Nutrition.

There’s a little more to turmeric, too.  That pinch of health is going into our food adds a dash of color and is delicious also.  I thought it would be handy to have some tips on ways to enjoy turmeric.

The website thekitchen.com (1) shows 7 ways to enjoy this healthful spice.

Here are three that I like and use.

#1: Add turmeric to scrambles and frittatas.

#2: Toss turmeric with roasted vegetables in soups. A bowl of vegetable or chicken soup feels even more warming when it’s tinged with golden turmeric.  There is a great recipe for Creamy Curried Cauliflower Soup.

#3: Make tea. Mix powdered turmeric with boiled milk and honey.  This is a great replacement for dinner at night.  (Skipping dinner once in awhile or often is very healthy as well.)

Important Note About Moderation

Do NOT overindulge.  More turmeric is not better. Our feend Blaine Watson who lived in India for years and works regularly with ayurvedic physicians reminds us of the importance of using a little turmeric every day, not a lot. He wrote:

“Gary, remember that a diet high in Turmeric for westerners can kill them.  Literally.  Turmeric squeezes the liver.  The western liver, not raised on turmeric like it is in India, will start to detox massively.  This can cause serious detox trauma and this we try to avoid at all costs.  The toxins coming out can be as deadly as the toxins going in, especially in the cold season when the channels tighten up.   All detox is reserved for the warm season when the channels are open.  Cooking with a little turmeric every day is what is recommended but not a diet HIGH in turneric.”

Turmeric is a delicious spice that helps us be healthy in many ways.  I keep a shaker of organic powdered turmeric with my salt and pepper shaker and make the spice a regular part of my meals.  I am happy to learn this can help keep my weight in line as well.

Gary

Gain From Election Volatility

Here we are again… another election on its way… all the robo calls from politicians… the dirty tricks and the innumerable amounts of nonsense this vital process brings.

However America’s politics turn out, one thing is sure.  There will be volatility in stock markets during the election process.

The first reason markets will bounce has nothing to do with politics or policies.   A market correction is due regardless of the party or the person in office.

Second the new politics has created an uncertain era.  Everyone has been shaken over the past three years whether they are pleased with the government or not.

Nothing frightens markets like uncertainty.

Third if we see rising interest rates, this will push markets down.

Despite these pitfalls, there is a way to profit using the strong US dollar and undervalue non dollar stock markets to pick up good value shares.

During nearly five decades of global investing I have noticed found that good value strategies are the best way to profit long term, through good politics and bad.  The steps to take are simple.

The first tactic is to seek safety before profit.

We can look at Warren Buffett’s investing strategy as an example.  Buffett success is talked about a lot, but rarely does anyone explain how he make so much money.  That was the fact until some researchers really stripped his operation bare.  They looked at everything and learned the deepest of Buffett’s wealth management secrets.  Fortunately they published all in a research paper at Yale University’s website. that reveals important truths about extending wealth.

This research shows that the stocks Buffett chooses are safe (with low beta and low volatility), cheap (value stocks with low price – to – book ratios), and high quality (stocks of companies that are profitable, stable, growing, and with high payout ratios).

The second tactic is to maintain staying power.  At times Buffet’s portfolio has fallen, but he has been willing and able to wait long periods for the value to reveal itself and prices to recover.

A 45 year portfolio study shows that holding a diversified good value portfolio (based on a  good value strategy) for 13 month’s time, increases the probability of outperformance to 70%.

However those who can hold the portfolio for five years gain a 88% probability of beating the bellwether in the market and after ten years the probability increases to 97.5%.

Time is your friend when you use a good value strategy.  The longer you can hold onto a well balanced good value portfolio the better the odds of outstanding success.

The Buffett strategy integrates time and value for safety and profit.

A third tactic is using limited leveraging, tactic in the strategy boosts profit.  Buffett leverages his portfolio at a ratio of approximately 1.6 to 1.   The Yale published research paper shows the leveraging methods used by Warren Buffett to amass his $50 billion fortune.  The researchers found that the returns from Buffett’s investment company, Berkshire Hathaway, far outweighed those achieved by any rival that has operated for 30 years or more.  The research shows that neither luck nor magic are involved.  Instead, the paper shows that Buffet’s success hinges on using leverage at the rate of 1.6.

To sum up the strategy, Buffet uses limited leverage to invest in large purchases of “cheap, safe, quality stocks”.  He limits leverage so he can hold on for very long periods of time, surviving rough periods where others might have been forced into a fire sale or a career shift.

Stated in another way buffet uses logic (buy good value) to have the conviction, wherewithal, and skill to invest with leverage over many decades.

What do we do when we are not Warren Buffett?

May I introduce the Purposeful Investing Course (Pi) for those who want to invest like Warren Buffet, but know they are not.  This course is based on my 50 plus years of investing experience combined with wisdom gained from some of the world’s best investment managers and economic mathematical scientists.

Enjoy Extending Wealth

Pi’s mission is to make it easy for anyone to create a three point strategy, like Buffett’s even though they do not have a lot of time for or knowledge about investing.

Pi reveals investing secrets and the sciences that make investing easy, safer, less time consuming and increases the chances of profit.

One secret is to invest with a purpose beyond the cash.  One tactic as mentioned is staying power.  This means not being caught short and having to sell during a period of loss.  This also means having enough faith in a strategy that we stick to the plan.  When we invest with purpose, doing what we love, we enjoy the process more and are more likely to hold on during down times, when most poor investors panic and sell.

Slow, Worry Free, Good Value Investing

Stress, worry and fear are three of an investor’s worst enemies.  They create the Behavior Gap, a trait exhibited by most investors, that causes them to underperform any market sector they choose.  The behavior gap is created by natural human responses to fear.   Pi helps create profitable strategies that avoid losses from this gap.

Spanning the Behavior Gap

Behavior gaps are among the biggest reasons why so many investors fail.  Human evolution makes fear the second most powerful motivator.  (Greed is the third.)  Fear creates investment losses due to behavior gaps.  Fear motivates us more strongly than desire.  By nature investors are risk adverse.

Winning investors though embrace risk because they have a plan based on good value.

Purpose is the most powerful motivator,  stronger than fear and greed, so a strategy with purpose is the most powerful of all.

Combine your needs and capabilities with good value secrets and the math to back up your value selections through the Pifolio – The Pi Model Portfolio

Lessons from Pi are based on the creation and management of a Primary Pi Model Portfolio, called the Pifolio.  There are no secrets about this portfolio except that it ignores the stories (often created by someone with vested interests) and is based entirely on good math.

The Pifolio is a theoretical portfolio of MSCI Country Benchmark Index ETFs that cover all the good value markets using my (almost) 50 years of global experience and my study of the analysis of four mathematical investing geniuses (and friends).

The Pifolio analysis begins with a continual research of international major stock markets that compares their value based on:

#1:  Current book to price

#2: Cash flow to price

#3: Earnings to price

#4: Average dividend yield

#5: Return on equity

#6: Cash flow return.

#7: Market history

We follow this research of a brilliant mathematician and have tracked this analysis for over 20 years.    This is a complete and continual study of international major and emerging stock markets.

This analysis forms the basis of a Good Value Stock Market Strategy.   The analysis is rational, mathematical and does not worry about short term ups and downs.   This strategy is easy for anyone to follow and use.  Pi reveals the best value markets and provides contacts to managers and analysts and Country Index ETFs so almost anyone can create and follow their own strategy.

A country ETF provides diversification and cost efficiency by spreading one simple, even small investment into a basket of equities in a good value stock market.  The costs are low and this type of ETF is one of the hardest for institutions to cheat.  Expense ratios for most ETFs are lower than those of the average mutual fund.

Little knowledge, time, management or guesswork are required.  The investment is simply a diversified portfolio of good value indices.  Investments in an index are like investments in all the shares of a good value market.

Pi matches this mathematical certainty with my fifty years of experience. This opens insights to numerous long term cycles that most investors miss because they have not been investing long enough to see them.

For example in the 1980s, a remarkable set of two economic circumstances helped anyone who spotted them become remarkably rich.  Some of my readers made enough to retire.  Others picked up 50% currency gains.  Then the cycle ended.  Warren Buffett explained the importance of this ending in a 1999 Fortune magazine interview.  He said:  Let me summarize what I’ve been saying about the stock market: I think it’s very hard to come up with a persuasive case that equities will over the next 17 years perform anything like—anything like—they’ve performed in the past 17!

I did well then, but always thought, “I should have invested more!”  Now those circumstances have come together and I am investing in them again.

The circumstances that created fortunes 30 years ago were an overvalued US market (compared to global markets) and an overvalued US dollar.

The two conditions are in place again!  There are currently ten good value (non US) developed markets,  plus 10 good value emerging markets.

Pi shows how to easily create a diversified, worry free portfolio in some of these good value markets using Country Index ETFs.

The current strength of the US dollar is a second remarkable similarity to 30 years ago.   The dollar rose along with Wall Street.  Profits came quickly over three years.  Then the dollar dropped like a stone, by 51%  in just two years.  A repeat of this pattern is growing and could create up to 50% extra profit if we start using strong dollars to accumulate good value stock market ETFs in other currencies.

This is the most exciting opportunity I have seen since we started sending our reports on international investing ideas more than three decades ago.  There is so much more to write and the trends are so clear that I have created a short, but powerful report “Three Currency Patterns For 50% Profits or More.”   This report shows how to earn an extra 50% from currency shifts with even small investments.  I kept the report short and simple, but included links to 153 pages of  Good Value Stock Market research and Asset Allocation Analysis.

The report shows 20 good value investments and a really powerful tactic that shows the most effective and least expensive way to accumulate these bargains in large or even very small amounts (less than $5,000).  There is extra profit potential of at least 50% so the report is worth a lot.

This report sells for $29.95 but you’ll receive the report “Three Currency Patterns For 50% Profits or More” FREE when you subscribe to Pi.

Leverage

Pi also explains when leverage provides extra potential without undo risk.  For example in 1986 I issued a report called “The Silver Dip” that showed how to borrow 12,000 British pounds (at almost 1.6 to 1 dollars per pound the loan created US$18,600) and use the loan to buy 3835 ounces of silver at around US$4.85 an ounce.

Silver had crashed, I mean really crashed from $48 per ounce.  As prices decreased from early 1983 into 1986, total supply had fallen to 449.7 million ounces in 1986.  Mine production was restricted by the low prices at this time, with silver reaching a low for this period of $4.85 in May 1986.  Secondary recovery also was constricted by these low prices.

Then silver’s price skyrocketed to over $11 an ounce within a year.  The $18,600 loan was now worth $42,185.

The loan was in pounds and in May 1986 the dollar pound rate was 1.55 dollars per pound.  So the 12,000 pound loan purchased $18,600 of silver.  The pound then crashed to 1.40 dollars per silver.  The loan could be paid off for $13,285 immediately creating an extra $5,314 profit.  The profit grew to $47,499 in just a year.

Conditions for the silver dip have returned.  The availability of low cost loans and silver are at an all time low.  The price of silver has crashed from nearly $50 an ounce to below $14 as did shares of the iShares Silver ETF (SLV).

finance.yahoo.com chart SLV

iShares Silver Trust (symbol SLV) from www.finance.yahoo.com

Imagine investing in a spike like this… with leverage!

At the same time the silver gold ratio hit 80, a strong sign to invest in precious metals.

I have updated a special report “Silver Dip 2019” about a leveraged silver speculation that can increase the returns in a safe portfolio by as much as eight times.  The purpose of the report is to share long term lessons gained through 30 years of speculating and investing in precious metals.  While working on the report, when the gold silver ratio slipped to 80 and the price of silver dropped below $14 an ounce, I knew I needed to share this immediately.

I released a new report “Silver Dip 2015” so readers were able to take advantage of these conditions and leverage 1.6 times as a speculation.  That report generated profits as high as 212% and a revised 2019 issue has been produced.

“The Silver Dip 2109”  sells for $39.95 but  you receive  “Silver Dip 2019” FREE when you subscribe to Pi.

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Enroll in Pi.   Get the first monthly issue of Pi, and the report “Three Currency Patterns For 50% Profits or More” and “The Silver Dip 2019” right away.

#1:  I guarantee you’ll learn ideas about investing that are unique and can reduce stress as they help you enhance your profits through slow, worry free purposeful investing.

If you are not totally happy, simply let me know.

#2:  I guarantee you can cancel your subscription within 60 days and I’ll refund your subscription fee in full, no questions asked.

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(1)  thekitchn.com 7 ways to eat& drink turmeric