market letter

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Noun1.market letter - a newsletter written by an analyst of the stock market and sold to subscribersmarket letter - a newsletter written by an analyst of the stock market and sold to subscribers
newsletter, newssheet - report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group
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The KonLin Letter" is considered an authority on low-priced stocks, has consistently been one of the leading publications on Wall Street, and is rated one of the best performing market letters in the nation.
A selection of the best from more than 300 stock market letters with a subscription value of over $40,000, spotlighting special stock recommendations.
It has been rated one of the best performing market letters in the nation offering a unique service that each month recommends five low-priced selections, including a featured stock of the month.
It has been rated one of the best performing market letters in the nation, offering a unique service that each month recommends five low-priced selections, including a featured stock of the month.
IFT) (OTCBB: IFUE) is featured in the November issue of The KonLin Letter, a leading investment newsletter consistently rated as one of the best performing low-priced stock market letters in the nation.