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Target Rapid-Fire Gains With Options Trading

Target Rapid-Fire Gains With Options Trading

There’s a stock alternative way to play America 2.0 … to target gains that are even faster.

This kind of trading can provide much higher returns in a much shorter period of time.

Of course, it doesn’t come without risk.

But Paul and I have perfected a strategy for you to use in this market.

Using it, we’ve seen huge rewards.

We’ve been on a winning streak since March. Just last month, we closed four winning trades.

The secret?

America 2.0 options trading.

Don’t let the idea scare you. When we asked Bold Profits Daily readers, 52% of you said you were intimidated by options.

But 89% of you said you wanted to learn more!

So today, I’m going to give you the quick overview, so you can start making money in this market today.

Master the Bold Profits Basics in Options

So, first step, first. What is an option?

Options are contracts.

They represent an agreement between two people — the option buyer (holder) and the option seller (writer) — regarding a particular asset for a set period of time.

The buyer of an option has the right but not the obligation to buy or sell 100 shares of a particular company or exchange-traded fund (ETF) at a set price by a set period of time.

The seller of an option has the obligation to buy or sell 100 shares of a particular company or ETF at a set price by a set period of time.

When trading options, you’ll need to know three very important factors:

  1. The type of option (call or put).
  2. The strike price.
  3. The expiration date.

In the options market, there are two types that you can buy: call options and put options.

When you’re a buyer (holder): calls = bullish.

When you’re a buyer (holder): puts = bearish.

Essentially, buying call options gives you the right to own the underlying stock at a certain price.

Buying put options gives you the right to short (or bet against) the underlying stock at a certain price.

That certain price is called the “strike price.”

And the expiration date gives you a deadline. This is when you have to either sell your options or “exercise” them (claim your shares at the given strike price).

With the complicated vocabulary, you might be wondering why you would go through the trouble of trading options.

To put it simply: Options give you great gain advantages that you don’t get from just buying stocks.

Trade Options Like a Pro

With options, you can capitalize on small moves in a stock, while paying far less than you would by buying the stock itself.

I believe they’re a better way to capture quick, momentum-driven profits without risking large amounts of money in the market.

Options also give you the opportunity to diversify your portfolio without limiting the impact of a single investment that goes against you.

Right now, Paul and I have two different option trading strategies: Rapid Profit Trader and Rebound Profit Trader.

We aim to make quick gains from small stock fluctuations. If you’re just starting out, I recommend checking out Rapid Profit Trader.

In it, we’ll set you up with an Options 101 Guide: How to Maximize Your Profits to get you started. And we make our recommendations simple and easy to understand.

This way you know clearly what action to take when we send you an options trade alert recommendation.

In June alone, we closed out 66% of gains using this Rapid Profit strategy. But Paul and I see more ahead as we enter America 2.0’s Main Street bull market.

Click here for the next step in options trading with our Rapid Profit Trader.


Ian Dyer

Ian Dyer

Editor, Rapid Profit Trader

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