by Sean Keyes
Posted 22nd March 2017
Over the last few weeks I’ve been writing a lot about Pickpocket Trader. Pickpocket Trader is basically a simple trading strategy which can be used to quickly turn small amounts of money into large amounts of money. Unsurprisingly, it’s been very popular. It’s now sold out.
Well today, I want to show you something completely different.
What I want to show you isn’t for turning small amounts into large amount of money. But it is about the most useful investing strategy to cross my desk in years.
It solves the biggest problem I hear about from Risk and Reward subscribers. Here’s the low down.
I know a lot of you wont get to the end of this email. You won’t learn about the problem this strategy was designed to solve, or how it solves it. A lot of you won’t even get past the next sentence.
That’s because this entire strategy is focused on options.
If you don’t feel comfortable investing in options, I understand. They’re unfamiliar. You might think it’s better to stick with what you know: stocks, bonds, commodities, property.
But the thing is, you can do interesting things with options that just aren’t possible with other asset types. And they’re not even particularly complicated – certainly not beyond the reach of the ordinary investor.
The problem and the solution
I’ll get straight to the punchline: this strategy is useful because it creates a big, regular income.
That’s important, right? It’s by far the biggest problem I hear about in emails from readers. In 2017, the old-fashioned ways of making income from your money don’t work.
Dividend yields aren’t great. The government is doing its best to shut down landlords. Bond returns are in the low single digits. Bank accounts? Last time I checked my savings account was paying me 0.25%.
Income investors are basically stuck. And if you’re still reading, you might be in that position yourself.
Get your name down today
So this is an options strategy which can be used to make a big, regular income. How much money are we talking?
I want to be careful here, because it’s an apples-to-apples comparison. Options aren’t money in the bank and they’re not stocks. They’re something else altogether.
For now, I’ll just say that the options strategy is good for £100-300 every week. That’s not bad right?
Needless to say, it doesn’t involve taking crazy risks with you money. And it’s not complicated.
So congratulations, you’ve reached the end of the email. That means there’s a decent chance you think this strategy could be useful.
I’m not going to launch into a detailed explanation of how the strategy works right now. The Daily Reckoning’s Ben Traynor, gone to a lot of effort to put everything you need to know in one place. He’s created a week-long options masterclass consisting of free videos, reports, and teaching sessions.
The masterclass starts on the 27th of March. To get your name down all you need to do is click on the follow link and enter your email address in the dialogue box.
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