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Sean Hyman: Editor of The Ultimate Wealth Report

Tuesday, 29 May 2012 06:05 PM

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Sean Hyman is the editor of Newsmax’s advisory service The Ultimate Wealth Report. Sean’s goal with The Ultimate Wealth Report is to become your trusted partner in building a better financial future by offering impartial research with only your best interests at heart.

Sean Hyman has an extensive background in the financial markets, having spent more than 20 years in the investing trenches. Over that time, he’s been a stockbroker at Charles Schwab, a trading course instructor for foreign exchange market maker Forex Capital Markets (FXCM), and a financial writer for numerous outlets.

Through his variety of experience in these positions and trading his own accounts, Sean Hyman has accumulated a wide range of tools to decipher key market trends, and to find opportunities in often-overlooked corners of the market.
Sean Hyman, Editor of the Ultimate Wealth Report
In The Ultimate Wealth Report newsletter Sean brings you all of his knowledge and expertise in the financial markets so that you can enjoy the same wealth-creating returns he has enjoyed over the years.

And while the government continues to dilute the value of everyone’s dollars, Sean will protect and grow your wealth in these high inflationary times and direct you toward the things that get inflated in such a scenario: commodities.

Sean will also attack the dilution of the dollar head-on by investing in foreign currencies.

Sean recently took part in an investigation into the upcoming “Currency Wars” between the US, China, and other countries battling for economic supremacy. You can watch the entire investigation here.

According to Sean, by linking U.S. dollars to foreign currencies — which you can do by purchasing exchange-traded funds — you can retain purchasing power and de-link yourself from the dollar-dilution game the Federal Reserve is playing.

Also, by investing in assets that inflate, like gold, copper, oil, etc. (again, through ETFs), Sean can show you how to ride the wave of inflation, rather than stand by helplessly and become victimized by it.

With Sean Hyman’s commodity and currency advisory service The Ultimate Wealth Report, you won’t necessarily have to fear higher oil or gasoline prices – you will be profiting from them. The same goes for food costs, because Sean will show you how to profit from them, too.

While you will still have to purchase that expensive tank of gas and that costly cart of groceries the same as everyone else, you will also know the secret the “haves” understand and the “have-nots” don’t: You can get your share of rising prices by investing in the commodities people can’t live without.

As a member of Sean Hyman’s Ultimate Wealth Report, you will be empowered to take assertive charge of your future and look inflation square in the eye, with tools to outsmart the government’s reckless policies regarding the dollar.

To learn more about Sean Hyman and his Ultimate Wealth Report advisory service, click here.

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