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This Is Where It Pays To Be A Honey Badger?

If you want an easier time trading the long side in this environment, make sure you are doing this.

John Carter

John Carter’s father was a Morgan Stanley stock broker. One day during high school, John came home from the mall where he was working at a store making cookies. He had saved up $1,000 over the course of a few months and his dad told him that he and some of his friends were going to buy “some call options on Intel” the next day. With his father’s direction, he bought 10 call options at $0.75, and sold them a few days later for $1.50, doubling his money. He was hooked and has been trading ever since—going on 25+ years now.

Our Favorite Option Trading Strategy is Kyle Dennis’ Option Rocket, click here to check it out now.

Taking Flight

In tonight’s free video we review 3 gaming stocks we were looking at last week and where they stand now, along with 2 new tickers you may consider as we approach their respective earnings.

Henry Gambell

Henry Gambell began his career as an IT professional with a passion for gambling, which by no accident landed him at John Carter’s door one fateful day in 2010. From there Henry went on to join John at Trade the Markets and helped contribute to the second edition of Carter’s book, “Mastering the Trade.”

Our Favorite Option Trading Strategy is Kyle Dennis’ Option Rocket, click here to check it out now.

Is This A “Buy The Dip” Market Or Not?

I focus on the S&P 500 as a catalyst for the overall market, and here’s what I am expecting over the near term.

Bruce Marshall

Bruce began his career working for a Wall Street firm on a bond desk after the Crash of ’87. He spent several years trading bonds until he switched to the equity side which developed his love of trading equities and options early on. He traded IPO’s, secondaries, and preferred’s. In the early days, he actually had to hand write “tickets” to buy and sell securities.

Our Favorite Option Trading Strategy is Kyle Dennis’ Option Rocket, click here to check it out now.

SPY Officially Ready?

While all eyes have been on the Nasdaq, don’t let the SPY surprise you with what’s setting up here.

John Carter

John Carter’s father was a Morgan Stanley stock broker. One day during high school, John came home from the mall where he was working at a store making cookies. He had saved up $1,000 over the course of a few months and his dad told him that he and some of his friends were going to buy “some call options on Intel” the next day. With his father’s direction, he bought 10 call options at $0.75, and sold them a few days later for $1.50, doubling his money. He was hooked and has been trading ever since—going on 25+ years now.

Our Favorite Option Trading Strategy is Kyle Dennis’ Option Rocket, click here to check it out now.

Long Term Plays for Longer Term Gains

Dissecting PYPL and BA: In this video, Henry and Danielle discuss why they like PYPL and BA, along with when to buy them, and how.

Danielle Gum

Danielle got into options trading after being introduced to Simpler Options by her father several years ago when she needed a career change. She was determined to become a trader so she could work from home with her infant son, make money on her own terms and learn a skill that will last a lifetime. Trading was a rough road in the beginning, but with a lot of studying and hard work, she’s now exactly where she wants to be. She’s a former teacher and translator, having taught elementary school in Costa Rica, and ESL to refugee women in the US, and various youth programs. Teaching and helping others is her passion, and now she’s turned her attention to helping aspiring traders learn this amazing skill.

Our Favorite Option Trading Strategy is Kyle Dennis’ Option Rocket, click here to check it out now.