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The Long and the Short of It: Big Profits Ahead for These Fintech Plays

Our Garrett Baldwin believes that we're in the early stages of what could be a nasty recession.

Still, not all the news is horrible.

In fact, we have seen technological innovation accelerate, and this impact will change lives and finances for the better long after the virus has faded into history.

Nowhere is this truer than in banking and personal finance.

And with the markets facing another selloff, Garrett wants to prime you for an opportunity to make some money playing one of the most important tech trends of the decade...

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average Drops More than 1,000 Points at Session Low Today

The Dow Jones Industrial Average could lose more than 600 points today on South Korea's 600 reported coronavirus cases.

South Korea raised alert on coronavirus to the "highest level" this morning. The ongoing spike of cases outside of China has driven governments to panic, while analysts continue to warn that global economic growth is poised to slump.

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The Best Tech Stock to Profit on the Booming Self-Employment Trend

Earlier this month, we celebrated the best Labor Day weekend in decades.

No, I'm not talking about all of those holiday sales – or my backyard barbecue (though it was pretty awesome).

Instead, I'm talking about the numbers the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics unveiled on Friday, Sept. 1, a few days before Labor Day.

According to the BLS, the nation created more than 200,000 jobs in August, beating forecasts. The unemployment rate remained at a decades-low 3.9%.

On top of that, wages are finally on the rise after stagnating since the recovery began almost a decade ago. With a 2.9% year-on-year growth, wages climbed at their fastest rate since June 2009.

But here's the thing. There's something about this jobs boom that Wall Street isn't telling you about.

Independent contractors also find themselves in the midst of a huge rally.

A new report says that the barely-talked-about freelance workforce is growing three times faster than overall labor growth. Right now, it contributes $1.4 trillion to our economy.

This trend is bound to shake up employment as we know it.

And I've uncovered a great tech leader poised to crush the market thanks to this unstoppable trend.

Check it out...