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Dear High Income Factor Subscriber,

There’s no doubt, at $99 a year, High Income Factor was a steal . . .

Fact is, High Income Factor was never supposed to be priced this cheaply.

Our CEO originally wanted to charge $199.

I said it wasn't fair to make it that expensive — especially for renewals to our existing subscribers.

I argued that a price like that wouldn't let regular folks benefit like the big boys.

And I wanted to create a newsletter that would help everyone prosper — so I wanted to eliminate as many barriers to entry as possible. So after several conversations with the company executives, the price was agreed to be $99 per year.

However, every year, the same “price increase” conversation comes up again.

The CEO, CFO, and COO want to know why we are practically giving High Income Factor away.

They know it has an industry-leading track record, with Open and Closed positions that cumulatively add up to 930.74% — offering a tremendous value.

Right now . . .

  • The Wealth Builder portfolio is up cumulatively 561.25%
  • The Income Strategies portfolio is up cumulatively 168.67%
  • The High Income portfolio is up cumulatively 200.82%

My CEO, CFO, and COO know I have an incredible track record!*

However, since launching High Income Factor 5 years ago, we have never once raised the subscription price.

And every year, I have been able to convince them to keep the rock-bottom price of $99 unchanged . . . until now.

This time, they simply have not backed down.

They planning on raising the price to $199 for a one-year subscription on February 1, 2018.

But, I Have Negotiated a One-Time
Special Offer That Expires Soon!

We have until February 1st before any price change takes place . . . after that, High Income Factor will cost $199 per year.

However, I was able to negotiate a one-time offer for current subscribers that we have never made before . . .

This offer includes:

  • My monthly newsletter: You’ll continue to receive the acclaimed High Income Factor newsletter each and every month. Since 2011, it has helped more than 85,000 of my subscribers — many of whom are retired or want to retire soon and need a powerful income-generating alternative to the typical index fund — to build a portfolio that helps them achieve all of their financial goals.
  • My “High Income” portfolio: I offer not just one, but three model portfolios so my readers can pick and choose the investing style that’s most suited to them. Generating a total return of nearly 10% in the past six years — including big, off-the-radar winners like Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP), up 118%, and Main Street Capital (MAIN), which has soared over 80% — the High Income portfolio is geared toward stocks with higher payouts, but without the risk that comes with chasing high yields. I weed out the desperate, shaky companies and aim at established firms that have the balance sheets and management to support their dividends.
  • My “Wealth Builder” portfolio: Geared for those who want steady, solid, blue-chip names at a bargain, the Wealth Builder portfolio is a collection of the best names in the dividend investing space. With a total return exceeding 20 percent since inception, my readers have jumped into stocks like Pepsi (PEP) and Eli Lilly (LLY) at the most opportune times and enjoyed a return to date of 108% and 140%, respectively. They’ve also scored on stocks like Altria (MO), up 36%, and Vodafone (VOD), up nearly 16% thanks to a generous dividend.
  • My “Income Strategies” portfolio: For those who prefer the more predictable nature of bond-style funds and ETFs, the Income Strategies portfolio delivers. Long-term readers have been able to get in on these steady performers, with 75% gains in the BlackRock Enhanced Capital and Income Fund, Inc. (CII), and nearly 30% returns in People’s United Financial (PBCT), among many others.
  • Weekly updates on our positions: You don’t have to wait for your monthly newsletter to find out all the important news happening with your stocks. Each Wednesday, you’ll get up-to-the-minute analysis of the markets and the key drivers for our positions, meaning you’ll always be ready to act when the time is right to make a move or take a profit. More recently in these updates, we’ve locked in a 96% gain selling Western Refining (WNR) and a 56% profit in General Mills (GIS).
  • Access to all of my special reports: This includes my latest on how you can exploit the Trump energy boom — as the president and Republican Congress push to expand our country’s newfound energy-producing dominance — and another on three little-known income strategies that you can use to potentially triple your returns!
  • 4 Bonus Books every investor should read when you renew for 5 years.
  • Baby Boomer Survival Guide — $19.95 value
  • Be a Millionaire Next Year — $16.99 value
  • Powerful Secrets to Achieve Superior Returns — $29 value
  • The Warren Buffetts Next Door — $29.95 value

In Short, You Can Lock In Your
High Income Factor Subscription for
Up to 5 Years at the Old Low Rate!

You can get access to everything we publish for High Income Factor.

  • Every monthly issue
  • Every weekly commentary
  • Every podcast
  • Every new recommendation
  • Every new research report
  • And anything else that we develop in the future for subscribers

NOTE: If you have a few months remaining on your subscription, you can (and should) still take advantage of this special offer. The additional years will start when your current subscription expires!

I Know What You Are Thinking . . .

“What if I join for as many as five years and Tom stops writing High Income Factor?”

I’ve been writing High Income Factor since 2012, and it truly is my life’s calling.

I have absolutely no intention to ever stop writing High Income Factor.

I truly view my members as family, and want to continue building upon the last five years with many more decades of profitable investing advice.

Remember, the price increase will go into effect February 1st.

After that, you will never see the High Income Factor priced below $199 for a one-year subscription.

This is your one and only chance to get access to my top stock picks, my insight, and so much more, for the next five years . . . for only $495 — which will save you $500!

The best part of this deal is that your subscription comes with our Guaranteed Prorated Refund Policy .

The Guaranteed Prorated Refund Policy states that you can lock in your subscription for up to five years . . . but, if at some point down the road you choose to cancel your subscription, you get a FULL REFUND of the unused portion of your subscription term.

[So, if you sign up for the five-year term, and after one year you decide to stop your subscription — just call, email, or fax us and we will give you a full refund of the remaining four years. Even if you sign up today, but change your mind tomorrow, you get a full refund of the unused portion!]

No questions asked. No hoops to jump through. No tricks!

You have nothing to lose, and so much to gain by locking in your subscription to High Income Factor today.

The Timing Could Not Be Better!

Remember, the price increase will go into effect February 1st.

After that, you will never see High Income Factor priced below $199 for a one-year subscription.

No doubt the next few years will bring many challenges . . . stock market turmoil due to hyped greed and fear . . . interest rate adjustments from the Federal Reserve . . . along with international tension from war abroad and political tension at home.

You don't have to navigate the stock market on your own. I will be there to provide insight and advice so that you will have a safer and more profitable future.

My hope is that you will be there with me, by my side every step of the way, and profiting along with me!

So lock in your subscription to High Income Factor today before the price increases on July 1st!

Simply click here to lock in this special one-time offer.


Tom Hutchinson

The High Income Factor