The winter solstice holidays fade farther in the rear window. The bills associated with the holiday festivities fast approach.
I bet it would.
The good news is that we have a high-yield liberty check on immediate offer. Many investors have already claimed their check. Some will claim a check of $2,307, enough to settle all holiday accounts… and leave enough to fund additional festivities.
What did these fortune investors do? How did they collect?
They bought the ‘liberty vouchers’ of a small aerospace company. The company recently declared a S4.25 liberty check on each liberty voucher. The checks generated a yield in excessive of 23%.
The aerospace company issuing these liberty checks is headquartered in Melville, New York. It has a long operating history. The company was founded in 1954. Its liberty vouchers have been publicly traded since 1987.
The liberty checks paid by the aerospace company are worth collecting; its liberty vouchers are worth owning.
The aerospace company has carved a profitable niche in a competitive market. The company develops and manufactures hot-melt advanced composite materials.
The company has further narrowed its focus to increase margins and profits. It has purposely shrunk itself by selling less efficient businesses.
The most recent downsizing occurred in early December. The company completed the sale of its electronics business. It received $145 million in compensation.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the electronics business will fund the liberty check. The remainder will be invested in the existing business.
Management is smart to focus on its core competency. Its core business – advanced aerospace materials — grows. The company reported $12.85 million in revenue from continuing operations in the third quarter ended Nov. 25. Revenue was up 26% year over year.
Net earnings from continuing operations posted at $2.08 million for the quarter compared to $344,000 for the year-ago quarter. That’s a whopping 500% increase.
Management is on our side. The aerospace company is run by the founder’s son. The founder’s son has meaningful skin in the game. He owns nearly 3% of the company’s outstanding liberty vouchers.
We benefit from the high-yield liberty check, and so do company insiders. Everyone wins.
The aerospace company has 20.4 million liberty vouchers outstanding. Anyone can buy its liberty vouchers to claim a liberty check. Investors can claim liberty checks of $2,307-or-more with only a modest investment.
Many of these same investors who claim their liberty checks will claim a profit. They’ll generate additional return trading their liberty vouchers.
But you need the knowledge, and that’s forthcoming.
We’re hosting a free, live webinar on Jan. 9 (today) at 12:00 pm EST (9:00 am PST). You’ll learn how to claim your high-yield liberty check. You’ll learn how to trade the aerospace company’s liberty vouchers for additional income.
The strategy is simple, it’s easy. Best of all, it’s proven.
We have already shown investors how to collect 48 high-yield liberty checks since June 2016.
These liberty checks have generated an average income yield 7X the dividend yield on the S&P 500. One liberty-check issuer issued a check that generated a 41% income yield on its liberty vouchers. Its income yield was 20X more than the dividend yield of the S&P 500.
It’s all for the immediate taking.
You have the opportunity to collect 12X more in immediate income with the next liberty-check payment. You’ll have the opportunity to trade the liberty vouchers for additional return.
Click here to reserve your spot for this free, live event.
Don’t delay. Space is limited. The deadline to claim your liberty check fast approaches.