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Ray Blanco’s FDA Trader

Ray Blanco’s FDA Trader focuses on medical tech stocks with prices that move based on triggers generally unknown to the market.

It is designed to alert you to breakout moves could ultimately drive huge stock market gains...

Make 500% on a Drug That Stops the Government From Killing You

At 7:30 p.m., June 1, 1979, on a quiet Friday evening in the small town of Hamburg, Arkansas, Charles Laverne Singleton walked into the York's Grocery store and stabbed Mary Lou York. Mary Lou York died soon after from profuse bleeding resulting from the two stab wounds that Singleton gave her. At 8:06 p.m. on Jan. 6, 2004, exactly 9,279 days or 25 years, four months and 27 days later, Charles Laverne Singleton was strapped into a bed and given a lethal injection to kill him. In between these 9,279 days or 25 years, four months and 27 days, the United States of America made a decision for you and me that you must know about.

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Ray Blanco’s FDA Trader

Ray Blanco’s FDA Trader focuses on medical tech stocks with prices that move based on triggers generally unknown to the market. It is designed to alert you to breakout moves in the medical markets that could ultimately drive huge stock market gains. It’s the single best way to connect the dots that link today’s dynamic, innovative medical market.

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Paul Mampilly

Back when Paul Mampilly was growing up in India, nobody talked about the stock market. Yet as a kid, Paul read voraciously about the Great Crash of 1929 and found it fascinating.

When he turned 18, he came to the United States by himself. Since then, he’s had close to 25 years of investment...

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