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An investment newsletter is a publication designed to help investors make informed investment decisions. An investment newsletter can be a hard-copy publication, a faxed publication, or, as is more common today, an investment newsletter is emailed or made available online. In the majority of cases an investment newsletter is designed to help an investor profit in the market through specific investment recommendations. However, that is not true of every investment newsletter. An investment newsletter may provide an investor with insights into the markets or into a specific market sector, leaving specific investment decisions to the investor's own discretion. While an investment newsletter may provide solid information it is always recommended that investors do their own due diligence before making any investment.



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