About Capitol Hill Daily
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s time you knew the truth – your own representatives are lying to you. Yes, the very same people you rely on for a voice in government! In fact, behavioral science tells us that politicians are lying to us 93% of the time.
It’s no secret that Washington, D.C. is obsessed with power – and wealth. Politicians will do whatever it takes to protect their incredible advantages, too. And why wouldn’t they? The deck is totally stacked in their favor.
How else could they land a 378% one-day return on an IPO, a 1,566% return on a Congressional land deal, or a $225,000 profit on the passage of Obamacare?
It may be hard to believe, but trust me… these examples are just the tip of the iceberg.
In fact, according to a study by the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, our congressmen are “master” traders. The study examined 4,000 trades made by senators and 16,000 trades made by members of the House.
The results? Congressmen, particularly Senators, routinely crush the performance of the benchmark indexes.
They win and we lose because our brains have been conditioned to cooperate in their con game.
That is, until now.
You see, Capitol Hill Daily is in a unique position to turn the game on its head. Our team of unbiased professionals includes a former D.C. insider with connections all across Washington. Let’s face it: The most informed investor always wins. And access to government information is critical.
Being on good terms with the gatekeepers of that information – elected officials, politicians, and bureaucrats – is the difference between getting rich and getting hammered in the market.
Take billionaire Peter Soros, for example. He bought huge stakes in Powerspan, American Electric Power, Ameren, and NRG Energy just weeks before they received hundreds of millions of dollars in government grants.
I’ll show you how to mimic Soros’ success.
When Rick Perry was elected to the Texas House of Representatives, he was making just $45,224. Yet today, he reports a net worth of nearly $3 million.
You’ll soon be employing the very same strategies that made Perry rich.
Or how about Dennis Hastert, who was nothing more than a farm boy when he was elected?
By the time he left office in 2007, Hastert had amassed a net worth of $11 million!
You’ll have every opportunity to duplicate Hastert’s success.
Here’s the bottom line: I’m personally challenging you to read our content for the next 30 days, and see for yourself. If we’re doing our job effectively, you’ll undoubtedly be richer by the end of the first month.
But you don’t have to take my word for it! Even Peter Schweizer, a research fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, said, “If you’re a big investor, you’re a sucker if you don’t play the Washington game.”
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To life, liberty, and prosperity,
Chief Investment Strategist