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If the landscape in which we operate is interfered with or is not capable of being conducted as reasonably expected for any reason, The Investing Times has full discretion to modify, suspend, terminate or cancel the terms outlined to the full extent permitted by law,.

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Suspension Policy

Unfortunately, temporary suspension is not a facility offered by The Investing Times. Therefore, subscribers will need to decide between termination or retention.

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The Investing Times reserves the right to provide incentives or monetary consideration to outside parties for introducing new subscribers to our publication. Conversely, The Investing Times also reserves the right to receive incentives or monetary consideration from outside parties.

Staff Policy

As we are a publishing business, and do not provide any specific recommendations or advice, staff and related parties may hold investments that are related to the commentary within in the publication. However, as a matter of principle we make every effort to ensure that staff holdings do not conflict with any commentary that we publish, and will be disclosed where deemed appropriate.


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