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Here’s What to Do When the Stock Market Corrects

Here’s What to Do When the Stock Market Corrects

It’s been one heck of a ride.

While world markets climbed an average of 50% to 60% over the last decade, U.S. stocks have jumped 250%.

It makes you wonder: Are we setting ourselves up for a correction in the market?

Based on the data I’ve seen — which I’ll share with you in a moment — that might well be the case.

This 1 Event Could Send Stocks Plunging

It’s like a game of musical chairs. We don’t know when the music will end. But we want to make sure we have a chair lined up for when it does. And that’s what I talk about in today’s video … how you can outsmart everyone to snag a seat for yourself.

You’ll discover:

  • Which sectors to invest in to keep you profiting through the correction … and which ones to avoid.
  • The coming event that could finally spell the end of this never-ending bull market.
  • The strategy to start employing now to protect your profits.
  • The one thing to do to make sure you have a warning when the decline is coming.

To find out all of this, and more, click HERE to watch my latest video. Or click on the image below.

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Kind regards,

Ted Bauman
Editor, The Bauman Letter

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