The 49 Golden Rules for making Money from Oil, gas & Mining shares by Tom Winnifrith - get your free copy TODAY

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The 49’ers series continues with Tom Winnifrith’s newest book – the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from oil, gas and mining stocks.  It is published TODAY and you can buy it on Amazon for £6.25. Or we have 500 free copies to give away and you can download yours HERE.


This time I have a co-writer in Ben Turney. Before anyone says it I have made mistakes investing in resource – notably mining – stocks. I hope that I have learned from them. And some of those lessons should come through in this short book.

This book is not aimed at experts but at private investors who want to dabble in the fascinating world of resource shares – gold, base metals, oil and gas. I hope there is something for everyone. Accendo has sponsored this project and thanks to it there are 500 free copies ready to download – just fill in the form HERE.

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