In September, Michael Carr gave readers several ways to trade the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s historical outperformance in the last three months of the year.
One way is to buy shares of the SDPR Dow Jones Industrial Average exchange-traded fund (NYSE: DIA). DIA is an exchange-traded fund (ETF).
If you followed Michael’s recommendation, you grabbed a 5.9% gain, including dividends, in just three months. Not bad!
However, he also listed three call options trades: one for conservative investors, one for average investors and one for aggressive investors.
- If you bought the conservative option, you made 69.2%.
- If you bought the average option, you made 81.6%.
- If you bought the aggressive option, you made 51.1%.
As you can see, options are a great way to boost your returns.
With a call option, readers made up to 1,283% bigger gains compared to simply buying shares of DIA.
A Bold New Way to Trade Options
Michael designed what he considers to be “the perfect trade.”
It’s a trade you can make once a week — on the same DIA option he recommended in September — and target gains of 100% or more each time.
It’s really that simple.
All you do is make ONE trade … on ONE investment … ONCE a week … and you can target double- and triple-digit returns every single week … while most investors are left settling for 8% to 10% a year.
Here’s what some of Michael’s readers had to say about his strategy:
Larry W. grabbed 144% gains in a few days. He wrote: “I invested $4,187 and sold it for $14,388 for a net profit of $10,201. Thanks mucho.”
Fredric G. sold DIA options for a profit of over $7,000. He said: “This is incredible. It’s the largest win I have ever had with options, and I have been trading for over seven years.”
Keith H. made 425% in less than four days. He wrote: “I purchased 10 June 12 DIA puts for $2,320 and sold them this morning for $12,180! Thank you so much for your diligent efforts in developing your investment programs and sharing them with us Average Joes.”
If you’re ready to learn more about Michael’s incredible new trading strategy, click here for all the details.
Assistant Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing