Shortcuts for extraordinary wealth by availing 90% discounts on top stocks

Optionizing: Name Of The Greatest Money Game Of All:  How to win with E V E R Y trade, first and always

When you buy a stock, you are paying full price in return for the 'license' to own it forever.

When you purchase that same stock with a time limit you set in advance,
and can cut short any time you want along the way

..... ..... you get the stock at an average of perhaps 80 to 95% percent discount ... while enjoying up to 100x the ROI for that stock.

More astonishing is that there are dozens of ways to make money in this semi-hidden trillion-dollar public network!

Some vids to get you started. Remember, asking better questions is the best (and fastest-known) way to get better answers, right?

Of course, Great place to learn.
Tom's great (not perfect!): We don't argue w/ the horse's mouth, right :-)

Some vids to start - 1) "Karen the Supertrader" visiting TastyTrade -

THIS young fellow from Sky View Trading is a particularly good teacher, especially for his age. Grateful-and-a-half to've found this and other vids. Question now is, WHICH of these two young men does this refer to... the vid above this line... or the vid below this line?

YOU get to decide! :-))

Some other helpful people can be found at     -

and Plenty more to come, plenty to find :-)

It's great when you find people happy to share their knowledge and experience -- whether it's right for YOU or not ... and there's a "click" of understanding.

Whichever teachers seem to help the most, PROCESS their thoughts, experiences, and suggestions...
Personal initiative, personal innovating and refining: Do it YOUR way.
First, we imitate the recipe of those who got it right before us, and then we add our two cents, our own experience, wisdom such as we've collected... and make the process our own.

It's vital that you develop your own styles and comfort zones. Dozens and even more dozens of ways to make money trading:

Learn about basic credit spreads and then put spreads: MOST of the dazzling varieties of trades spring forth from these two simple methods.

In sum, we buy what we like, up or down... while also selling the same.... further away from the money than the strike price you're buying.
Once comfortable w/ credit spreads, we can move to debit spreads. They're like two sides of one coin.. w/ many offshoots of each.


Tom Sosnoff is a good teacher, so is Tony "Bats", Andrew from Wykoff, Peter Schultz, and others that appeal to this personality or that.    Also, you'll find one of the largest personal libraries of information on markets and trading at, free for your life.  Learn more, earn more.

The more we identify with someone, perhaps, the more we bond with a teacher (rapport, right?
(the faster our learning curve tends to rise in that arena).

Bottom line: When you buy straddles and strangles expiring 55 to 500 days away,
ONLY stocks and indexes that trade millions and millions of shares every week,
you will find that, nearly every time, you're in profit in 1 to 10 trading days.

The purpose of buying so far away is to effectively eliminate time decay.
As you get better, you can quickly learn to trade shorter times.

For starters, don't be smarter than multi-billionaires.
THIS is how they make money trading stocks:

1) They trade options, not the actual shares
2) They trade in both directions, never guessing.
3) Win nicely w/ every trade, from the beginning, forever.
It is not direction you care about anymore, to your relief, true? :-)
With over 2% movement in EITHER direction, you move further into profit.

NO ONE knows if price goes up or down this week or this day, true enough?
With stocks or indexes trading many millions of shares per week, CERTAINTY:


That's where you come in, earning 5% to 200% profit on every trade.

  Stocks like TSLA MSFT SQ SPY AAPL, move quite a bit, up & down.

In return for making less profit this way, SHRINK risk. Whew!

Most straddles/strangles are in profit within 1 to 10 days

If it takes a little longer, you have long-term expiration

What makes the Psychology of Shortcuts so special is the imitation.
When we imitate the people who repeatedly outperform all of us,
we marvelously tend to imitate their results, or pretty nearly so.

Shhh. Less talking, more doing.
Opinions have no value PRIOR to experience.
After experience, opinions carry significant influence.
Trading in both directions is the smartest trade of all trades.

This magical master secret of the universe pertaining to investing, trading,
is brought to you to help you help yourself, accelerating YOUR mastery,
in hope that you, too, will strive to help people... to help themselves.


Good L.U.C.K.    (Laboring Under Correct Knowledge) 
Optionisms are designed to empower you to empower yourself

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If you ever find a better or more practically useful shortcut for investing well, share it.
Until such a treasured moment arrives, it seems reasonable to posit and asseverate:

These are the greatest investing shortcuts of all time,
the greatest market-trading shortcuts in the history of markets,
the greatest shortcuts for rather safely doubling money every year or less.

That's the firmest-held opinion providing a foundation for all this effort on your behalf:
The greatest shortcuts for trading successfully are those that everyone can repeat, hm?

No need to even trade it: PROOF IS BETTER THAN BELIEF!
Simply see what a, for example, TSLA straddle or strangle costs, expiring in 55 days.
Check the price again every other day or two, and see for yourself, decide for yourself:

Either trading in both directions this way is the greatest shortcut for trading successfully,
or it's NOT the greatest shortcut for trading successfully. Most of all, YOU prove the answer

Welcome to another rendition of the greatest investment shortcuts, crunched into shapetalk.






Listen To WHO?

Everyone may have an opinion. 

The most profitable opinions come EXCLUSIVELY  from the people who who repeatedly do it  best of all.

"Get it from the horse's mouth...
or get it from the wrong end of the horse."