Over the last few months, I’ve honed in on my options trading skills — and you better believe I want to teach you everything I’ve learned thus far.
I realized I love trading options on tech stocks because of the money-making potential they offer — I guess you can say it’s my passion right now.
As we inch towards 2021, I want to zero in and teach you some of my techniques to make money off options on tech stocks.
Listen, I have to be honest with you…
For the most part, I’ve talked to you about options spreads because I figured it would be an easier strategy to learn and take advantage of the market — getting beat down from time decay and volatility crush.
Of course, not everyone wants to trade options spreads, and I get it. They’re complicated at first glance. That’s why I want to provide you with exciting new updates.
I won’t be taking anything away — in fact, you’ll learn more about options trading and other techniques to attack the market.
Here’s what you can expect to learn:
- How traders can leverage the power of options to attack the market. Even if you’ve never options traded before, you’ll learn some of the techniques I use to attack the market… and I believe now is the best time to learn them.
- How to trade options in nearly any market environment. Some traders only profit under certain market conditions. I’ll show you techniques that I use to position myself for success when the market is trading higher, lower, or even sideways.
- Real money case studies. Take a page out of my playbook and learn from my best trades and setups. Why experiment when you can lean on someone with experience and willing to show you the ropes?
That’s just the tip of the iceberg…
I also want to narrow the focus with the newly revamped Options Wire.
That means you’ll hear me talk a lot more about trading options on tech stocks because that’s where there are the most opportunities in the market, in my opinion.
In the coming days, you’ll notice electrifying changes — so expect to learn a whole lot more when it comes to trading options.
P.S. I truly value your input here, and I want to hear any comments, thoughts, concerns, or critiques. Send me a text to my community number +1 (410) 210-4522.