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Lesson 26: R.S.V.P.


There are still a few more days left for any of Mrs. B's readers who would like to have an influence on her trading in the upcoming year to send her an e-mail listing those markets they would most like to see her trade in 2001. She very much appreciates the tremendous response she has received from her readers so far and is in the process of working out a method for selecting the several markets that she will be trading from the responses she is receiving. Where has the e-mail come from that arrives here daily at Bruce Gould's Web site? We have received a large number of e-mails responding to the very important announcement that will be made shortly by Bruce Gould via regular mail from nearly,


  1. Every state in the United States and
  2. Every province of Canada


We have also received numerous e-mails requesting information on this very important announcement from the following locations,


  1. American Samoa
  2. Argentina
  3. Aruba
  4. Australia
  5. Bermuda
  6. Botswana
  7. Brazil
  8. Bulgaria
  9. China
  10. Croatia
  11. France
  12. Germany
  13. India
  14. Indonesia
  15. Israel
  16. Italy
  17. Kazakhstan
  18. Kuwait
  19. Latvia
  20. Malaysia
  21. Nepal
  22. Netherlands
  23. New Zealand
  24. Poland
  25. Portugal
  26. Puerto Rico
  27. Russia
  28. Saudi Arabia
  29. Scotland
  30. Singapore
  31. Spain
  32. Sweden
  33. Turkey
  34. Ukraine
  35. United Kingdom

This announcement will be sent out via regular mail very shortly. Watch for it in your mailbox. In the meantime, there is still the opportunity for you to have an input into the markets that you would like to see Mrs. B trade over the upcoming twelve months. The question is,

Is it humanly possible for a hypothetical investor like Mrs. B to make money speculating in commodity futures in the year 2001?

To find out the answer to this question, let Mrs. B know what markets you would like her to see her trade. Mrs. B is ready, willing, and able to commence her well-defined trading plan just as soon as the markets that her readers would most like to see her trade can be selected. If you have not already done so, send Mrs. B your favorite markets by simply clicking on her mailbox below and sending her an e-mail with the list of your favorite markets, limit three. It is as simple as that.

To send Mrs. B the markets you would most like to see her trade, click here.

After sending Mrs. B up to three markets that you would most like to see her trade, you may then proceed by clicking here.

Bruce Gould


Always remember that stock, options, and futures trading may involve substantial risks and that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.