The “discount window” Wall Street has been hiding…

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How to get in on the very next one!

A lot of people buy and sell stocks and options during the day… When Wall Street has the high ground.

But in the last few hours of the trading day, there's a little known market window where Wall Street is forced to sell, sell, sell… Temporarily pushing certain stocks lower and lower in the afternoon.

I call it the "Discount Window"

And anyone who places a quick trade in the Discount Window could get in for dirt cheap and close it out the next day for what could be a couple hundred dollars or more…

Take a look at JetBlue back in July…

Right when 12pm rolled around… The Discount Window opened up.

Notice how this stock steadily fell lower and lower until the market closed.


I'm sure this would send most folks into panic mode…

But anyone who got in before the close could have captured a wonderful overnight payout…


And this phenomenon sets up every single day.

Granted, we cannot promise future returns or against losses.

But if you click here, you can see how to get into the next one.

See you on the flip side,


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