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4 Triple-Digit Winners in Up Market, 39.5% Gain During the Downturn

Subscribers have already bagged gains of 303%, 176%, 109%, and 100% on closed options trades.
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4 Triple-Digit Winners in Up Market, 39.5% Gain During the Downturn

Fellow Investor,

Just a quick heads-up about my newest trading service.

Launched in December, it’s called Hi-Tech Trader... and, all bragging aside, the results are nothing short of amazing.

Subscribers have already bagged gains of 303%, 176%, 109%, and 100% on closed options trades.

We had 4 triple-digit winners just in my new service’s first month alone!

And it’s not just the options plays crushing it…

The underlying stocks are also doing well, with subscribers having the chance to pocket gains of 13.8% and 13.9% in just 28 days. That’s gravy on top of those sweet options gains.

What a great start to this service.

But don’t for a second think oversized gains are only available in a bull market...

When the market crashed in early this month, with the Dow plummeting 3,100 points (11%) in just 12 days, my Hi Tech Trader subscribers still had the chance to make a fast buck:

  • Twitter jumped from $22.16 on January 25 to $30.93 on February 9, a gain of 39.5% when the market as a whole was declining...

Bottom line: We’re just getting started in Hi-Tech Trader.

To get in on the absolute best hi-tech stock trades in the market today, click below now for all the details.

These gains are too good to miss.

Best wishes,
Bryan Perry
Bryan Perry
Editor, Hi-Tech Trader
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