written by reader Dylan Jovine’s Next Takeover Target (Behind The Markets newsletter)

By BUMMERS, February 22, 2020

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”There is nobody better than picking takeovers than Wall Street legend Dylan Jovine.
For the past two years, every buyout he’s picked has been taken over 88 days after he recommended it, on average. And each deal returned average profits of 86.6% to investors who bought it when he recommended it. No wonder investors have been lining up to get his next one. Get Dylan’s ”#1 Takeover Target for March” here >>>
You’ll discover: How this breakthrough ”Cancer Blocker” treatment can save 300,000 lives a year…
Why Big Pharma has already spent $11 Billion buying the only two other firms with similar technology…
And how a deal could provide you with the chance to earn $31,250 in profits any day now…
That’s because in this letter, you’ll discover how to get in on this company right now – before it’s too late!
But hurry! This deal could happen any day, as a Big Pharma company just announced that it now owns 11% of this tiny biotech.”

Here’s his recent claims:
”How has he been able to pick an average of a new takeover every 70 days?
It started on September 28, 2018 when he recommended American Railcar… 54 days later it was taken over for a fast 51% gain.
And on October 1st of 2018, he recommended shares of Tesaro… 63 days later it was taken over for an easy 91% profit.
On October 19th of 2018 he recommended Pacific Biosciences… 4 days later it was taken over for a quick 72% gain…
On January 4th, 2019, super-investor Dylan Jovine recommended shares of Loxo Oncology… 3 days later it was taken over for a super-fast 71% gain…
And recently, he took easy 148% profits on Array Biopharma after Pfizer agreed to acquire it.”

Sounds pretty good, right?

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