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The Best Play in a Trillion-Dollar Market

In the go-go 1980s – back when the hit movie Wall Street told us that "Greed Is Good" -Carl Icahn was known as a "corporate raider"… and was revered for his windfall-producing decisiveness.

Icahn is still around. And he's still active. Only now – in the politically correct 2000s – he's known as an "activist investor" who's gone up against the likes of Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY).

I don't really care what we call him. I just know that Icahn has done us a big, big favor.

You see, Icahn the Great has just cleared our path to a big profit – a company in a hot new market whose shares could surge 50% in the next two years.

And today I'm going to tell you a tale that shows how Icahn did this – and show you the stock that's ready to run.

Your Money

How 401(k) Fees Are Costing You 33% of Your Nest Egg

If you have a 401(k) chances are you're getting ripped off and you don't even know it.

With all of the associated 401(k) fees, the truth is you could be losing as much as 33% of your retirement nest egg to the financial advisors who run your plan.

Typically, these fees are completely buried in your 401(k) statement– and even if you do manage to find out how much they are, the fees won't seem like much at first glance.

But overtime, the fees can literally cost you a small fortune.

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