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Total Wealth is Shah Gilani’s three-times-a-week newsletter where he shows you how Wall Street’s high-stakes game is really played – and how to win it.

Whether you’ve been trading for a week or several years, chances are you’ve found yourself frustrated with a seemingly “sure thing” that turned out to be a dud.

Or maybe no matter how hard you try, you can’t match the S&P 500, let alone beat it.

It’s not your fault. There’s a simple explanation, and it’s designed to keep investors in the dark –

Wall Street.

It’s the ultimate private money club where hedge fund millionaires, traders, politicians, and regulators are all shaking hands behind closed doors, scheming together to make yet another buck for themselves – at your expense.

You can’t beat the system. Wall Street is the system. And it’s designed to take your money.

But you can learn how to play it.

You just need someone who’s been on the inside… someone who knows exactly how the game is played and who’s been making a killing in the markets for years.

Shah Gilani is that insider.

As a member of Total Wealth, you’ll not only get the latest dirt on Wall Street’s most crooked players, you’ll get the best stock picks, ETF recommendations, short and long plays, risk management strategies, and more.

And you’ll get it all free of charge.

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