Ferrari IPO: What you need to know

The most exciting IPO of 2015 is just around the corner.

You could soon own a piece of Ferrari.

Opportunities like this don’t come along often.

Inside you’ll discover:

  • Ferrari’s long-term prospects

  • Why demand is expected to be high

  • How you can get involved

It’s due to start in just a matter of days!

There’s no time to waste

Best regards,
The Galvan research team



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