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I've read Ken's book and loved it! But I too was a bit put off by the high price, and the lack of a 'sample' newsletter, etc. At these prices, there at least ought to be an escape clause if you find the actual product to be not what you expected it to be. A short term, say monthly, option ought to be available to give the potential subscriber some options. Am still trying to decide what to do, but it seems like a lot of subscriptions at $200 per is a windfall for Ken, considering the potential number of subscribers. Welcome to the brave new world of instant millionaire's, which I'm sure we will all be making of Ken, due to his new web site. I doubt if things at the BI folder at TMF will be the same. $$ and power corrupt! (Wish it had been my idea!)

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