Grant's Interest Rate Observer Free Recent Issue & Fall Subscription Offer

Dec 03, 2013, 11:05 ET from Grant's Interest Rate Observer

NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- For a limited time, Grant's Interest Rate Observer is running a special fall subscription promotion, and offering a rare opportunity to read a very recent issue for free. Grant's is an independent, value-oriented and contrary-minded journal of the financial markets, where in every 12-page issue you'll find some of the best securities analysis this side of Omaha, Nebraska—as well as astute observations on interest rates, the credit markets and currencies (including the legacy currency, gold).

To download the November 15th issue of Grant's free of charge, a $100 value, please visit the Fall Promotion page today.

Grant's Interest Rate Observer has also extended the deadline for a free gift with your subscription. New subscriptions placed by December 31st, 2013 still qualify. New subscribers will receive either an autographed copy of Graham and Dodd's classic "Security Analysis," or the 2008 collection of Grant's articles entitled "Mr. Market Miscalculates."  If you already have those, you can also opt for a reproduction of the classic Grant's cartoon, "Will you marry me, going forward?"

In addition, as part of this promotion, you can subscribe to Grant's at the reduced rate of $965 for one year (24 issues). That's $60 off the regular one-year rate of $1,025. Or, if you prefer, you can sign up for two years at the discounted rate of $1,855, and get two additional issues. Your choice.

Anyone can take advantage of these offers from now until December 31st, 2013, by visiting the Fall Promotion page on the Grant's Interest Rate Observer website. In addition to the free issue this page offers a selection of sample articles for download. These free downloads allow you to preview what you will find in a typical issue of Grant's so you can more fully appreciate the benefits of joining the family of Grant's subscribers.

Any questions about these offers or about the publication itself can be directed to John D'Alberto: (646) 312-8890.


To learn more please contact:

Eric Whitehead, Media Relations, Two Wall Street, New York, New York 10005 Office: (212) 809-7994Fax: (212) 809-8492

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