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This is the strategy that will allow you to trade with the same odds that insurance companies, casinos, and professional traders use to make money consistently.
Now you can learn how to select and sell very far Out-of-the-Money Commodity Options the same way professional traders have done for years. A part of the playing field between the pros and individual investors has been leveled and you should learn how it works as soon as possible. If you trade for income, this is a game-changing strategy that most option traders have never seen or used. In easy-to-understand language, this two-hour read is your gateway to a simple, smart strategy. Nothing is held back, no software to buy, just a logical, common sense strategy that most traders have never heard of.
Written specifically for individual Online Option Traders
SAVE MONEY AND TIME: “I’ve traded options for years but I’d never heard about using them in such a clever way. Time-Farming is a way to use ag commodity options in very high-probability trades and still make very decent profits.” – Dr. Peter J. Pinto
— For readers with some options experience through advanced level traders
— This method can place some of your income outside stock market risk. No matter if stocks are up, down, or neutral, these strategies work year round.
CONFIDENCE: You don’t have to achieve a target price or have exact timing:
If you’ve been trading stock options but not making enough, this is the alternative you need to learn. This could be one of the most profitable investment books you will ever read.
He has been published in Stocks & Commodities, Futures Magazine, and numerous blog appearances and radio shows. A former college professor and rep for the Florida Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Division, he is a licensed engineer who started his own commodity consultant company in the 1990’s. He delights in helping traders of all ages learn to meet their financial goals – and he conducts live training workshops two or three times each year near Atlanta – and also in Florida.