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Each weekly issue of 100+ pages contains a wealth of research, analysis, and forecasts covering the latest “Trends on the U.S. Economic Front,” “Trends on the Global Economic Front,” “Trends in the Markets” from stock market expert Gregory Mannarino, “Trends in the Vaccination Rollout,” “Trends in Geopolitics,” “Trends in Survivalism” by self-defense expert Bradley J. Steiner, “Trends in Getting Healthy” by Gary Null… and much more.
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