It used to be that options trading was considered a risky, speculative, and complicated way to trade stocks.
That's simply no longer the case. Because today's chaotic financial markets have countless investors making adjustments to their portfolios — and options trading is quickly becoming a preferred way to maximize gains while limiting risk.
Thing is investors have no business trading options without understanding the ins and outs.
That's where Options Trading Coach comes in...
The Options Trading Coach service lays it all out for investors seeking profits from options with a series of reports and investment lessons:
- Options 101 Primer
- Put and Call Options
- Covered Call Options
- LEAPS Options
- The Straddle and Strangle Strategies
- The Dynamic 2-in-1 Strategy
Options Trading Coach seeks to dispel options trading rumors that have kept average investors out of the "game" for far too long.
Many of you have probably heard the following myths about options:
1. Options are only for the professionals with years of experience.
If this were true, you couldn't find the thousands of sites and software solutions offered for beginners — and Options Trading Coach wouldn't exist.
2. You have to be rich to trade options.
You don't have to be rich. In fact, it's often recommended that options traders start out with small accounts. I very rarely see new investors starting with gobs of money. More often than not, investors start off small and grow the monies risked after they've built up confidence.
3. Options trading isn't popular.
That's like saying cable TV or the Internet is a fad. Right now, as many as 5% of all accounts are approved for options trading — and that number is growing.
4. Eighty to ninety percent of all options expire worthless.
According to the CBOE, only about 30% of all options expire worthless.
5. Options trading is far more riskier than stock trading.
This couldn't be more untrue!
Options allow you to invest with much less money for greater returns than stocks...
You take ownership of stocks. That means you have to pony up the money to buy them. But with options, you only buy the right to buy or sell a stock. So you only have to pay a fraction of the price — and you have the right to buy or sell a stock at a certain price. Since you pick that price, you control the risk.
You can even pick a price lower than the stock's trading the day you buy the option, so you make money even if the stock goes down.
You too can start trading them for big profits a lot sooner than you think — with the right guidance, of course...
Let us provide this guidance. Let us be your Options Coach.