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Phillips launches Lou Dobbs' Money Letter.

Phillips Investment Resources LLC's new Lou Dobbs' Money Letter will provide readers "with unique access to Lou Dobbs' unparalleled insights commentary and perspective on the economy and the markets," Phillips' Jennifer Myers said. "It will also feature in-depth interviews with top executives, analysts and money managers to help investors succeed through these difficult times."

Dobbs, the anchor and managing editor of CNN's Lou Dobbs Moneyline and a columnist for a number of publications, said, "The newsletter gives me the opportunity to help investors in a new, direct and cohesive manner. I'm thrilled to be able to team up with Phillips Investment Resources. Over the last couple of years investors have been dealt one bad hand after another to the point that their trust in our financial markets has been shattered. I've seen firsthand the mistakes that have been made, but I firmly believe the individual investor can avoid the pitfalls and succeed with the right information and perspective. I will do my best to provide both through the Lou Dobbs' Money Letter."

The monthly newsletter costs $199/year, which includes a weekly hotline update and access to a subscriber-only website.

Dobbs is probably the most well-known of Phillips' 15 editors adding their own names to the titles of their investment and mutual funds newsletters

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