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Like many others I'm sure, I took a pretty good hit in my accounts this week.
Then comes the aftermarket downgrade Friday, and I'm really wondering what to look forward to Monday morning.

So today I wee in my email inbox a message from Motley Fool entitled " How to protect yourself Monday morning"

I'm thinking great, some premium advise for a very uncertain Monday morning.

Only I open it up and it is nothing more than a %$#! sales pitch, containing absolutely no guidance or advise on what is fast approaching.

Really? After that very specific title?

I am beyond disappointment with this opportunistic charade.

Same kind of disappointmnet that Ralphie felt in the Christmas Story movie with the decoder ring, " Be sure to eat your Ovaltine"

Come on guys, is this the best you can do?


Did anybody else get this and
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