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The Fleet Street Letter
Nick Hubble

Nick Hubble - Editor and financial strategist

Times are tough for you, and your money.

It was bad enough with soaring prices, the toughest tax regime for 70 years and a possible pension “armaggedon”

Now record interest rate hikes are threatening the “biggest house crash ever”.

So let me ask you: will you have enough money to retire?

Will your current investment portfolio “see you through”?

Can you trust the government or the financial services industry to look after you personally?

Or do you need a plan B? An alternative source of advice that has proved itself successful for thousands of investors through the biggest test of all – time.

Today you have the chance to join an elite and rarefied club…

A network of intellectuals and investment veterans who, for over 85 years, have helped private, hard-working Brits protect and grow their wealth…

Genuine insiders like founder Patrick Maitland, the 17th Earl of Launderdale… the multi-millionaire British business tycoon, Nigel Wray… Lord William Rees-Mogg, former editor of The Times… Charlie Morris, a former Guards officer turned £3 billion, 17-year City fund manager... and now the most influential British politician of the last half century.

Today I’d like to invite you to join them at Britain’s longest-running financial advisory…

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The Fleet Street Letter

Since its foundation in the 1930s, The Fleet Street Letter has established an incredible track record in pinpointing the big 'turning points'… and helping our members profit from them.

85 years of crisis, capital and change…

Founder Patrick Maitland set the bar high in 1938, when, after a fact-finding mission inside Germany, he predicted war in Europe within a year, while everyone else was in denial.

For over three quarters of a century now, this small fellowship of investors have used this kind of information to grow their wealth… no matter what the political, economic or financial climate.

In September 1999, while the world piled into tech stocks, Fleet Street Letter readers received this simple warning: "CRASH IMMINENT." The FTSE peaked four months later, falling into a three-year bear market.

It also predicted the fall of communism, the 1980s property boom and 1987's Black Monday where UK stocks plummeted 27% in a fortnight, and the boom in Taiwanese shares in the mid-90s.

In September 1999, while the rest of the world was piling into tech stocks, they received another warning: ‘CRASH IMMINENT’. The FTSE 100 began its decline four months later.

And when most investors hated gold back in 1999… this group of elite investors were able to quietly position themselves at the beginning of one of the biggest bull markets ever.

In 2008, this small circle of investors were discreetly warned that “the City’s dream run is about to end… and it could trigger our worst recession in 35 years.” Five and a half months later Lehman Brothers collapsed and the entire financial sector buckled.

Each and every one of these warnings has been archived in the British Library at St Pancras, Central London. In fact, if you had the time, you could review them yourself - in 73 leather bound volumes.

The Fleet Street Letter couples "big picture" political and economic analysis with detailed and fully researched investment recommendations.

Indeed, from January 2016 to earlier this year, had you invested alongside The Fleet Street Letter’s portfolio recommendations (and followed each one to a tee)… you would have grown a £100,000 investment pot into just under £200,000…

And in recent years, you would also have been warned – ahead of time – about the threat of soaring and persistent inflation (and the drive for value and dividend stocks)… the bonds crisis well ahead of Liz Truss’s controversial budget… a timely and profitable move back into fossil fuels… the delusion of net zero… the real danger posed by Central Bank Digital Currencies… and the smart way to invest in Artificial Intelligence.

Start TODAY – for just £249 £79 a year

Take out a year’s subscription and you will receive 12 issues of The Fleet Street Letter at today’s exclusive introductory rate.

Our monthly letter is the beating heart of the service – a three-pronged, must read:

Every month, you’ll hear from me, Nick Hubble. I’ll cover the big financial stories that are not being told elsewhere, along with the threats and opportunities they could present.

Nigel Farage will also bring his perspective – both as a former commodities trader and his insights from over 30 years spent in politics and the corridors of power.

And then Investment Director Eoin Treacy – a man the professionals go to for training – will turn those insights into actionable investments.

During your trial you will have full, unrestricted access to our model portfolio – carefully curated by our Eoin, who is also an award-winning wealth advisor and much sought-after global strategist with more than $1 BILLION of assets under management.

We’ll show you what’s happening… how your life could change as a result… and crucially, what you can DO about it. The mission is simple:

  • Help you understand what’s coming next in the world of money and markets
  • Show you what that means for you, your money and your family
  • And share specific investment recommendations to help you protect yourself or profit

Also included in your subscription are the following introductory guides:

REPORT #1: Real wealth: nine alternatives to the stock market

The only logical way to protect some of your capital from a digital pound is to get it ‘off-grid’. How much is entirely your call. But how do you do that? 

That’s what you’ll discover in this report.

You’ll see NINE different ways you can move a portion of your money off the grid… out of the traditional system… and away from a financial system that’s increasingly built around surveillance and control.

REPORT #2: Gold 101: the unspoken advantages of a UK gold investor

Gold is money.

Real money.

And that’s why it’s going to play a KEY role in helping you protect yourself as money potentially becomes programmable.

This report shows you how to get started buying and storing gold and other precious metals investments.

REPORT #3: The Road To Financial Freedom

When it comes to financial markets, everyone seems to be an expert already. Not that they give you the same answer to even the most basic questions… You’re right to be suspicious. And cautious.

It pays to understand the stock market – literally.

This guide will demystify the stock market, teach you how to buy and sell shares, show you how to mitigate risk, lay out how to weigh up any costs involved and show you why investing in the right companies at the right time can completely change your life.

You will also receive two invaluable emails:

Southbank Insider

Southbank Insider

An unmissable and lively email from former Deutsche Bank MD John Butler, who has also been ranked #1 Investment Strategist by Institutional Investor magazine. John will keep you up to speed on all the important financial and political changes in the world that matter the most. Threats, opportunities, big picture, new trends: you’ll know what’s happening – and how it affects your money.

Fortune & Freedom

Southbank Insider

Intelligent insight, in plain English, about the threats to your money and how to avoid them. You’ll get the truth about your money – behind the headlines, jargon and spin.

Totted up, you’ll have unrestricted access to hundreds of pounds worth of valuable financial ideas, wisdom and investment recommendations.

And don’t forget:

You have a 30-DAY money-back guarantee

A full year’s subscription to The Fleet Street Letter usually costs £249.

Today, I’d like to offer you over 65% OFF that normal full price.

That saves you £170.

So you pay just £79 for your first 12 issues.

And, of course, you will have instant 24/7 access to the private members’ only website where you will find all the reports mentioned above – and many more.

Better still, don’t forget your guarantee.

Take the next 30 days to review The Fleet Street Letter.

If you’re unhappy for any reason, call our member services team within this period, and cancel your membership. You will receive a prompt refund of the membership fee you pay today.

Plus, you’ll get to keep your reports and briefings, whether you decide to stay beyond your 30-day pass or not. A win-win, just for giving us a try.

I look forward to welcoming you on board.

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Important Risk Warnings:

Advice in The Fleet Street Letter does not constitute a personal recommendation. Any advice should be considered in relation to your own circumstances. Before investing you should consider carefully the risks involved, including those described below. If you have any doubt as to suitability or taxation implications, seek independent financial advice.  

General - Your capital is at risk when you invest, never risk more than you can afford to lose. Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. Bid/offer spreads, commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments. There is no guarantee dividends will be paid. 

Overseas shares - Some recommendations may be denominated in a currency other than sterling. The return from these may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations. Any dividends will be taxed at source in the country of issue. 

Funds – Fund performance relies on the performance of the underlying investments, and there is counterparty default risk which could result in a loss not represented by the underlying investment.  

Bonds – Investing in bonds carries interest rate risk. A bondholder has committed to receiving a fixed rate of return for a fixed period. If the market interest rate rises from the date of the bond's purchase, the bond's price will fall. There is also the risk that the bond issuer could default on their obligations to pay interest as scheduled, or to repay capital at the maturity of the bond. 

Taxation – Profits from share dealing, including both capital gains and dividends, are subject to capital gains tax and income tax respectively. Interest received from bonds is subject to income tax. 

Capital gains from commodities are subject to capital gains tax. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate certain activities, including the buying and selling of commodities such as gold, and investments in cryptocurrencies. This means that you will not have the protection of the Financial Ombudsman Service or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. 

Investment Director: Eoin Treacy. Editor-in-Chief: Nick Hubble. Editors or contributors may have an interest in shares recommended. Information and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of other editors/contributors of Southbank Investment Research Limited. Full details of our complaints procedure, privacy policy and terms and conditions can be found at, www.southbankresearch.com

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