We want your valuable feedback on Jim Roemer global weather newsletter!

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* 1. Given Jim's 35 years experience in commodity analysis and weather forecasting, what is your first reaction to Jim Roemer doing global weather newsletter? This will be different then almost all of the free information out there on the web.

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* 2. Thinking about Jim Roemer global weather newsletter, is it something you need or don’t need?

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* 3. If Jim Roemer global weather newsletter were available today, once a month for only $195, how likely would it be for you to subscribe?

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* 4. Would you prefer to receive much more relevant weather, commodity and investing newsletter ideas each week, instead of once a month?

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* 5. If you answered yes to question 4, considering that just one trade alone could "potentially" help you make thousands of dollars in commodities (such as seeing the historical flooding that sent spring wheat prices soaring recently), how much would you be willing to spend on a weekly or bi-monthly newsletter?

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* 6. CLIMATECH (Jim Roemer's in house proprietary long range weather forecast product) has helped major hedge funds, natural gas, grain and coffee traders, food producers, resorts, ski areas and many more make important planning and investment decisions. Some firms pay $1,000/month for this information. However, occasional maps would be included in our newsletter. Is something that you would like?

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* 7. What is most important for you?

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* 8. www.bestweatherinc.com offers FREE weather blogs on its site. What would you prefer?

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* 9. In your own words, what are the things that you would most like to improve about Jim Roemer global weather newsletter?

I have received hundreds of requests over the last few years to do either a weekly or monthly commodity weather newsletter, but also expanding it to include "weather and health"; "long range forecasts of where to ski or travel";  "New research and ideas about solar activity vs climate change"; and "educational information of how to read weather maps and make long range weather predictions.".  I am still "considering" doing one. I  really appreciate you answering the above questions. 

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