You Could Have $90,523 in “Unclaimed Profits”

Imagine logging into your brokerage account right now and finding an additional $317,780.

How would that feel?

That’s exactly what a Berkeley trained mathematician showed Tom T. how to do.

The mathematician’s name is Dr. Richard Smith. And he’s come up with what’s quite possibly the most unique investing idea of the last quarter century.

Dr. Smith discovered that upwards of 99% of investors have potentially thousands of dollars hiding in their brokerage accounts.

Now he’s come up with way that shows you how to identify and collect the unclaimed money currently sitting inside your portfolio……without the need to buy anything new.

But don’t take my word for it… or Dr. Smith’s for that matter.

You can watch as he walks a group of investors through their accounts and shows them how to find tens of thousands, often hundreds of thousands of dollars that rightfully belong to them…

Like Ann C. Dr. Smith revealed an extra $500,000 hidden in her account… and then showed her how to start immediately collecting that money.

How much in “unclaimed profits” is your portfolio hiding?

In the Live Demo, you’ll see how to find out…including where all that money comes from and why you’re rightfully entitled to claim it.

Watch the Live Demo Here:

Unclaimed Profits in Your Account

There’s no such thing as free money.

But if you own stocks, there’s a simple way for you to make up to $50,000 or more in “Unclaimed Profits.”

This chart tells the full story:

Trade Stops Chart

In short: A Ph.D. has developed an online tool called “The Magic Calculator” that could help you add $1,000s in extra profits to every position you own.

You don’t have to buy any new investments.

All you have to do is go online… sync your brokerage account… and potentially double your profits on every stock you own.

In fact, the Magic Calculator is now used on more than $1 billion by thousands of traders in 97 different countries…

Plus, it’s drawing the attention of experts profiled by the Wall Street JournalForbes… and USA Today.

See how it works here.

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