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So did today’s slight rally put an end to the dangers of a correction? Is buy on the dip still in force?

Usually I’d be teasing my post on my paid here and telling you to subscribe if you want to read all of what I think tomorrow will bring after yesterday’s extraordinary volatility and today’s lukewarm response. The Dow Industrials fell 372 points and the VIX volatility index soared 46.38% yesterday. And today the S&P 500 tacked on only a 0.37% recovery.

But thanks to the ongoing 20-anniversary celebration of I can instead say “Use my free 30-day offer to get access to and read my take on the market’s likely response to the challenges of a weekend, options expiration day, President Trump’s first overseas trip, the dollar and more.

How do you want to be positioned going into this weekend?

I think if you try my paid site, you’ll like it.

And this post on tomorrow’s volatility and the continued strength of the buy on the dip reflex is exactly the kind of market information that makes worth the price of a subscription.

With this free offer you’ll get everything site the has to offer for free. (Did I mention “Free”?) No credit card required. No auto-charge. (Although we will send you a few reminders as your 30-day free trial comes to an end urging you to subscribe. If you do, you’ll get a special 20th anniversary price of 20% off or $159 for the first year. That’s right a free month and then a 20% discounted price of $159.

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(Of course, you get more than just a read on the next day’s volatility on You’ll also get my new Volatility Portfolio, increased coverage of ETFs and commodities such as gold and coffee, added recommendations for options when I have found a particularly tempting play, and recommendations on the VIX and other hedges. To the regular daily emails that you’re used to on, I’ve added exclusive posts on sectors and trends. And for this 20th anniversary, I’ve relaunched my sort-of daily videos.

Looking forward, one way or another and God willing, to another 20 years of posts.

And, as always, thanks for reading.