What the Dow's Dip This Morning Really Means, and What Happens Next

After four record-high closes in the space of a week, the Dow is finally taking a breather.

News outlets and pundits alike are worried about reports that China may stop buying U.S. debt and blame this morning's market dip on the resulting rising interest rates.

But Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald knows better. Keith is a 35-year market expert who correctly saw both the dot-com bubble and the 2008 debt crisis coming ahead of time. He's in constant contact with the traders on Wall Street, who are telling him exactly what's happening on the trading floor right now.

This morning, he appeared on Fox Business Network's "Varney & Co." to share his knowledge of why the markets are down today... and what happens next.


What Keith Didn't Say on TV...

Keith is showing readers how to cash in on a series of lucrative partial and full plays generating over 80 triple-digit winners...

...and average weekly gains that began at 59% last year... and quickly grew to 127%... then 210%... then 313% this October.

What's next? For the sake of your own wealth, you need to see this...

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