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"Buy This Stock Today (Yes Today)"

Many people are concerned right now…And I understand the headlines we’ve seen lately are hard to ignore.

However, one man, who CNBC once called “The Prophet,” thinks the current market sell-off – the steepest decline ever – is way overdone.

His name is Whitney Tilson.

“I’ve experienced many investor panics throughout my career, and have taken advantage – and made tens of millions of dollars for my investors.”

Instead of panicking, Tilson says investors should be thinking about putting money to work.

Specifically, he thinks you should be buying shares of the investment he calls America’s #1 Retirement Stock.

Today, the stock is the best value it’s been in seven years.

He has personally bought shares 6 separate times in his storied career, many times in situations like the one we are in today… and made money every single time.

Today he is telling folks:

“Take my advice and use the temporary pullback in stocks to “back up the truck” and load up on shares of world-class companies, like America’s #1 Retirement Stock.”

This single decision could help you make a lot of money in 2020. 

He’ll tell you the name and ticker symbol of this stock for free right here.

Keep in mind: Tilson is a Wall Street legend.

He bought Apple at $1.50, Amazon at $56, Netflix at $7.78, McDonald’s at $15… has appeared on 60 Minutes (twice), Fox Business, and CNBC.

Take a moment while you can to access the full details here.

About Empire Stock Investor

Empire Stock Investor is a monthly research service where Whitney Tilson and his team share their top investment recommendations, ideas, predictions, and warnings – in short, everything you need to know to beat the markets in the coming years.

***Past performance is not a predictor of future results. All investing involves risk of loss and individual investments may vary. The examples provided may not be representative of typical results. Your capital is at risk when you invest — you can lose some or all of your money. Never risk more than you can afford to lose.