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Diversifying your investments across market sectors—or hedging--can help soften the blow of a sell-off. Cherry-picking the right ones depends on sector performance and your objectives. To learn more about investing in any market condition, sign up today for Online Trading Academy’s FREE workshop and get our Wall Street Insider Kit as a bonus.

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