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Larry Kudlow investigates: "A never-ending income stream"


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Oct 13, 2021



Dear Reader,
 
I thought you should see this new interview with Larry Kudlow and my friend Marc Lichtenfeld.
 
In it, they discuss an investment strategy that two Ph.D. professors say could lead to "a never-ending income stream."
 
In fact, one of the investments they look at grew from $10,000 to $212,500 in just 10 years.
 
And it now pays a 64% yield on the original investment.
 
That's a crazy yield!
 
Larry and Marc say this investment strategy is crucial for anyone worried about rising inflation and higher taxes.
 
I highly recommend you give it a watch.

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Sincerely,
 
Rachel Gearhart
Associate Publisher, The Oxford Club 
 
P.S. Some of the yields they talk about go even higher... even over 100%!

Check it out right here.
 
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