Taipan Daily: Why the price of the stock doesn't matter
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Dear Taipan Daily reader,
Many of our readers have written us expressing an interest in learning more about how our trading services work, especially our options-oriented services. We couldn't think of anyone more suited to teach the ins and outs of options than our own resident options guru, Adam Lass. You probably recognize Adam's name as either a contributing editor to Taipan Daily or co-founder of WaveStrength Options Weekly.
The truth be told, WaveStrength Options Weekly is one of our best-performing services. In fact, just recently Adam showed his readers how to make a little more than 600% on Ford Motor Company. And here's what's so neat about options: the price of the stock didn't matter. You see, with options trading it doesn't matter what the stock is selling for. Could be $1, ten bucks or even $100 a share more than the stock is trading for.
That's because with options, you've got a contract that says the other guy has to pony up 100 shares whenever you say so. Now, there's just a little more to it than that... but in this exclusive Options Blackboard Training Course, Adam is going to explain how it works... and how you can make a lot more money buying and selling options than you could with stocks.
P.S. Interested in learning another way you can profit from options? Read Adam's latest report on how you can get "leaked tips" directly from the highest offices of D.C. and Wall Street... information that has been making insiders rich for years. Now you can receive the very same early alerts as some of the wealthiest people in America. In fact, your first "tip" could be worth $31,000 or more if you act now. And that's just the beginning... Learn all the details here.
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