Using Options For Modest, but Consistent Gains

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  • Most options investors screw it up. They may just buy a call option and hope a stock will rally further, leading to huge profits. Or they buy a put and hope a company immediately starts filing for Chapter 11.

    The fact of the matter is, stocks fluctuate. They may eventually go way up or way down, but it won’t be in a straight line. And knowing how to profit from more modest moves in a stock—the more typical daily moves you’re going to see over most of your investment life—is crucial for any options investor.

    That’s where options spreads come in. This strategy uses two options in a trade instead of one. The goal is simple. To reduce your risk by reducing the cost of your trade. The cost of that? You cap your upside. But for stocks making a small move, it’s one well worth taking.

    • Screw Up All Of Your Trades And Still Bank Monthly Gains The Perfect Trading Strategy for risk-averse conservative traders who want consistent, predictable and reliable weekly and monthly income from trading stocks… even when… they are 100% WRONG on every trade. Over a recent 30-day period, a well-known trader used this conservative trading technique to earn a substantial $13,241.50. He explains everything (and shows you the PROOF) in his just-released video report. I won’t leave this video up forever. So watch now because you’re about to discover some things about active trading for weekly and monthly income you’ve never seen before.

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