letter of intent

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letter of intent

a letter indicating that the writer has the serious intention of doing something, such as signing a contract in the circumstances specified. It does not constitute either a promise or a contract.
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And the market already gives us abundant means of protecting against it, from Consumer Reports to the countless investment letters that evaluate stocks, mutual funds, brokers, corporate buyout offers, etc.
Advice abounds through such things as investment letters, usually at significant costs for those who have the time to read and trust advice.
The investment industry exec takes pains to state his appreciation of "business success" and abhorrence of "government meddling in the economy," but in a rhetorical style not usually found in investment letters adds:
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