The “tech glitch” behind your losses

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Earlier this year, I warned my readers that the tech-driven market rally was erratic.

You don't need to be a Swiss mathematician to know that when a few large-cap tech stocks drive a market rally, even the slightest tech tumble can tank your portfolio.

This is precisely what happened to investors yesterday.

One bad earnings report threw the entire stock market into chaos, and if you're overweight in tech, blue chips, or large-caps, you likely lost money again.

However, even with 11 sectors posting negative returns (ripple effect)...

There was one bright spot for investors, which you can learn about here.


You Could Dedicate A Few Hundred Dollars to These Trades and Potentially Make Between $7k to $15k Every Month

 In this video, my friend J.R. helps you develop a new approach to the markets.

His goal is for you to have the chance to see consistent cash flow generated in your name every 24 hours (by targeting low-risk, high-reward setups during lunchtime)...

I mean, that tiny window between 11:45 am and 1:30 pm ET, when certain high-value stocks move lower, giving you the chance to pocket substantial gains on the pullback.

The best part is you don't need to bet the farm to profit from lunchtime trades.

You can start with $500 or $1,000 and grow it to $7,000 or more in additional monthly income.

Learn which "lunchtime trades" to target for $7k- $15k in additional monthly income.

To big profits and beyond,



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