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July 2008 Issue & Supplement

If there’s anything investors crave in these unsettled times, it’s stability.
They’re looking for a little peace of mind. But where do you find it?
Many folks look in the wrong places and come up disappointed. You don’t
have to be one of those people.
During this month’s visit, we’ll zero in on three reliable techniques for
controlling your risk in today’s roller-coaster markets. With a stable base
under you, you can reach for all the great growth opportunities that our
dynamic global economy has to offer.

July 2008 Issue & Supplement

If there’s anything investors crave in these unsettled times, it’s stability.
They’re looking for a little peace of mind. But where do you find it?
Many folks look in the wrong places and come up disappointed. You don’t
have to be one of those people.
During this month’s visit, we’ll zero in on three reliable techniques for
controlling your risk in today’s roller-coaster markets. With a stable base
under you, you can reach for all the great growth opportunities that our
dynamic global economy has to offer.

April 2005 Issue

It’s an open secret. After five years of wrestling witha a stingy stock market, a lot of investors feel torn. But I would hate to see you miss out on the superb opportunities for long-term growth that are waiting to be plucked in today’s market. I’m talking about a small, select group of blue chip stocks so cheap that you’ll want to hold them for years and years.

March 2005 Issue & Supplement

To pull ahead of the crowd, you need a plan—and we’ve got one! In this
month’s visit, I’ll share with you the two essential pieces of our strategy. Hint: It’s not just about buying the cheapest stocks we can find; when you buy is almost as important as what. Fortunately, we’ve got a raft of solid values to choose from—and a great opportunity to pounce should come during the month of March.

September 2004 Issue & Supplement

In this month’s visit, I’ll show you how to fine-tune your portfolio for
safety and profit. Radical surgery isn’t called for (certainly not if you’ve taken the baby steps I suggested in the July and August issues). Instead, I advise you to focus your efforts on generating more income here and now from your investments. If you do, the capital gains will flow back to you in due course.

WHAT'S NEXT FOR OIL?

Oil prices have gyrated wildly this week. On Tuesday, West Texas crude for immediate delivery briefly touched an all-time high above $42 a barrel. Today, though, OPEC agreed to supply 2 million extra barrels a day, starting July 1. Crude closed down 81 cents on the news, at $39.15.

WHAT’S NEXT FOR OIL?

Oil prices have gyrated wildly this week. On Tuesday, West Texas crude for immediate delivery briefly touched an all-time high above $42 a barrel. Today, though, OPEC agreed to supply 2 million extra barrels a day, starting July 1. Crude closed down 81 cents on the news, at $39.15.