I want to talk to you about something Wall Street has been lying to you about for years – options.
Now most of the billionaires and hedge fund managers on Wall Street want you to believe they’re too risky, too complicated, and simply not worth your time.
And they continue putting this kind of fake news out there so you keep dumping the money you’ve been slaving away for while they take all the profits.
In fact, the last thing they’d ever want the average investor to know is the truth about the kind of income you can bring in – with little effort and even less risk.
Just take a look at these numbers…
Why Options are the Fastest-Growing Moneymaker in the World
Less than a month ago, on June 11, my Money Calendar spotted 47 different money-doubling trades. And this was during a pretty volatile period, as President Trump was preparing for his North Korea summit. But of them all, the strongest pattern was on a stock I’m sure you know all too well Alphabet, Inc. (GOOGL) – or the artist formerly known as Google – and it boasted a 90% accuracy rate over the last 10 years…
Google is currently ranked second on Forbes’ world’s most valuable brands for the eighth consecutive year, sitting at a market cap of over $778 billion. It’s also among the world’s most expensive stocks, trading at over $1,114 per share as I’m writing.
That means you’d need to have a cool $1,114 on hand to add one, single share of this stock to your portfolio. For many hardworking people out there, that’s more than two weeks’ of pay. And what’s worse, 100% of that cash would be left at the mercy of the market – which is exactly what the Wall Street guys I mentioned above want you to do.
That’s the kind of thinking – and the kind of greed – that helped lead to the Great Recession of 2008. And you shouldn’t be on the line for some fat cat’s private yacht while they’re gambling your money away.
So I sent a recommendation to my subscribers to open a call spread, or what I like to call a “Green Loophole Trade,” using the GOOGL July 20, 2018 $1170 call options and $1180 call options. When opening a spread trade, you’re both buying-to-open and selling-to-open call or put options with the same expiration date but different strike prices, simultaneously, on one order ticket. In this case, we bought-to-open the July 20, 2018 $1170 calls and sold-to-open the July 20, 2018 $1180 calls at the same time, as one order.
And it only cost us $317 to buy 100 shares of the stock (one options contract is equivalent to 100 shares). That’s over 28,356% LESS than buying 100 individual shares of the stock outright – and partially why Wall Street doesn’t want you trading options.
Here’s the other reason…
Just nine days later, and as my Money Calendar predicted, GOOGL jumped 3.5%, driving the price of our options to $6.57 – a 107.26% gain. And mind you… we only paid $317 to make a triple-digit profit – on roughly a 3 ½% stock move.
That’s the kind of money that’s easy to make ANYTIME using options – and the kind of money the Wall Street billionaires and hedge fund managers have been hiding for years.
And that’s just one recent example. Check out these numbers on another one of the most expensive stocks in the world: Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)…
Back on May 11, I sent my members instructions to open a Loophole Trade using the AMZN June 15, 2018 $1600 call options and the AMZN June 15, 2018 $1610 call options. This was based on a strong bullish pattern my Money Calendar pinpointed that had happened every single year, with the exception of 2011, over the past decade:
Now at the time, the stock itself was trading right at $1,585.46. So imagine trying to get your hands on 100 shares of it. You would’ve needed $158,546 laying around to dump into AMZN – and would’ve needed to cross your fingers, hoping for the best.
But not us.
My members only had to pay $425 for 100 shares – over a 168% discount.
And exactly two weeks later, we pocketed a 101.65% win. And two days after that, we scored another, even bigger win – 121.18% gains – on the same spread. But if you did fork out thousands of dollars buying individual shares of the stock, you would’ve only made a 5.03% on your return.
That’s why it’s almost laughable to see all of the lies and misinformation out there about options. They offer an amazing versatility that you can use in a variety of ways to profit from a rise or fall in the underlying market. And in times of high volatility (like right now), they’re a welcome relief from the uncertainties of traditional investing methods.
You can very quickly – and very easily – create a potentially unlimited stream of income by simply adding options to your portfolio. And the best part is… you’re not limited by market direction, either. Whether the market is up, down, or sideways, there’s always a way for you to profit using options.
— Tom Gentile
Source: Power Profit Trades