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Bret guides you through one of the trickiest yet most profitable market sectors and uses his trademark risk mitigation strategy to ensure you have exposure to a diverse grouping of low volatility and high growth biotech stocks.
Gains from Bret’s biotech recommendations have been massive and any investor who is serious about capturing truly wealth-building and life-changing returns needs to consider adding some biotech to his or her portfolio…and that starts with quality independent research from biotech expert Bret Jensen.
As a former hedge fund manager and technology executive, Bret has years of experience identifying the best investments available and performing at the highest level. And, he shares that knowledge with you — in plain English — in every exciting monthly issue of Biotech Gems.
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