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When that long overdue major market correction hits, make sure that you have an investment strategy in place to capitalize on the change in market direction. Watch this video and get introduced to 4 methods for capitalizing on a selloff in the stock market.  To learn more about how to invest in all market conditions, sign up today for Online Trading Academy’s FREE workshop and receive our Wall Street Insider Kit as a bonus. 

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