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Mark Matson, founder and CEO of Matson Money appeared on CNBC’s “The Call” this morning with Larry Kudlow. In the segment Mark describes the benefits of global diversification, rebalancing, and short-term fixed income investments. Mr. Kudlow suggested that Mark is on his list for the Nobel Prize in Economics. We are so pleased to be seeing the message of long-term investing and free market thinking in the mainstream media. Watch the segment now by clicking on the link below.

http://www.matsonmail.com/emailmarketer/link.php?M=2200&N=759&L=367&F=H
Enjoy the segment!
Best regards,
William Riley

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