The midterm elections are Tuesday…

And while most Americans worry about which party controls Congress and statehouses across the country, we see the uncertainty as an opportunity to strike.

If you’ve been following us over the past month, you’ve seen Daily editor Teeka Tiwari mention a rare “Anomaly Window” that occurs every four years like clockwork.

It’s a time when we believe an event or catalyst will massively increase market activity… and history shows markets thrive after a midterm election.

In 17 of the 19 midterm elections held since 1946, the market performed better after the election than it did leading up to it.

So no matter which side wins, you stand to profit with the right strategy.

Teeka recently put on a special briefing to show you how to use this strategy to potentially generate 30 years’ worth of market gains over the next 30 days.

All using safe, blue-chip stocks.

If you want to talk politics, then the Daily probably isn’t the newsletter for you.

But if you want to take advantage of midterm market uncertainty, I suggest you watch Teeka’s special briefing.

For a limited time, you can watch a free replay right here… you’ll even get the name of his three top stocks to play this window – just for watching…


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Chaka Ferguson
Editorial Director, Palm Beach Daily