Sunday, August 8, 2010

Glenn Beck for PennyStock

Hello, friends, I'm here to tell you about an exciting new investment opportunity that you've probably never even heard of. Or if you have heard of it, you may have dismissed it out of hand. I'm talking about PennyStock, an option now available to even the smallest investor.

I've been spending a lot of time thinking about the founding fathers lately. Just last night I was flipping through Benjamin Franklin's 'Poor Richards Almanac' and came across the famous quote 'a penny saved is a penny earned'. Now if you're like me, you've heard this before but probably haven't ever given it much thought. After all, if most of spot a penny on the sidewalk we walk right past it. Not Benjamin Franklin, though. He would pick up every penny that came his way, and needless to say, he died a very rich man.

I want to show you something. See what I've got in my hand? You're probably saying to yourself, why the heck is Glenn Beck showing me a piece of gravel? That's worthless. Aha, that's where you're mistaken. Much like the common penny, one piece of gravel is worthless, but a truck full of gravel can help create the foundation of a mighty building. In the exact same way, a truck full of pennies can help create the foundation of your future wealth. That's where PennyStock comes in. Pennystock knows the value of a penny.

I know a lot of you are shaking your heads right now, saying 'Glen, a penny is only worth a penny', but there are others listening who know that the zinc and copper in a modern penny is worth 1.62 cents. What's more, a pre-1982 penny is worth 2.32 cents due to it's higher copper content. That's a huge return on investment without you doing a thing. Need proof? In 2006, the Treasury Department passed regulations criminalizing the melting of pennies. But the fact is, Congress has never put into law an enforcement mechanism, and after the November election, the odds are they will take action to eliminate this toothless regulation. Now is the time to build your penny portfolio so you'll be properly positioned for the future.

Even if you're not ready now to get into the smelting business, there are plenty of reasons to check out PennyStock. As raw materials become more scarce, pennies are a hedge against inflation and a great way to diversify your portfolio. Pennies are a safe haven asset that have never dropped to zero because they are guaranteed by the federal government. And you'll like them because they're a physical asset, an investment you can see and touch.

Right now, for first time investors, PennyStock is offering 10,000 pennies for the unbelievably low price of $130, plus shipping and handling. Act now and you'll also receive the valuable handbook, 'The Art of Smelting'. These are unscreened pennies, which means you'll be getting your fair share of pre-1982 pennies, including coins that may well have much higher intrinsic value to collectors.

You can talk to the people at PennyStock on the phone, and they're not going to pressure you. If it's the right thing for you and your family, and you want some assurance, trust the people at PennyStock. As Benjamin Franklin said, an investment in knowledge pays the best interest.


  1. Pennies?

    Maybe a penny-sized hole in its forehead. Wilkommen zu Moroni-Land, Dreck