Stock Market: The Zero Risk Way of Investing
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- Protect their retirement account from Stock Market Crashes
- Invest with leverage and without fear
- Reduce costs of trades
- Internet Connection and moderate functioning computer
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Do you know what a stock option is? If the answer is no then you probably think that a guaranteed protection for yourself from another Market Crash is impossible. But that's why I made this course to show you what an option is and how to use what might arguably be the best way to invest.
Just to be clear this is for building wealth longer term not an active day or weekly trading method. If you are willing to learn a little and take a few steps you can accomplish this with this course. Unless you are more comfortable signing a check to your local stock broker or investment "guy". But keep in mind nobody cares more about your money than you.
I've laid out this course step by step for beginners explaining any necessary terms and avoiding repetitive mind numbing financial jargon, to give you leverage over the stock market. Click the green button to learn a guaranteed method have no fear of another market crash.
- For anyone that wants to take charge of their retirement but doesn't want to be an active stock trader
- This is not an automated system, you will be in control of investments
- This is for beginners who are not familiar with Stock Options
In the end you must decide what you feel comfortable trading. Here I tell you what I trade and why.
Options can open up lots of ways to trade, but here I make sure you know what they are and how they work.
You still have choices to make on if you trade with absolute zero risk or if you want to take a little risk for bigger gains. But either way if you follow the instructions I show you how to protect from a crash either way.
Going back since 1950 and maybe farther, the market has gone in a cycle. Here I show you this cycle to better prepare you for when it's likely (not certain) to be stronger and when it's been known to be weaker.