I know this may be hard to believe, but you don’t need to be a market maven to trade options.
Sure, you’ve probably been enticed by the high returns associated with trading options, but high rewards typically implies a high risk….
Don’t let these stereotypes fool you, anyone can trade options, with ease. And with the proper resources, your potential returns could be astronomical.
In fact, America’s #1 Stock Trader didn’t even graduate college, he’s completely self-taught, and now he wants to share his expertise, with regular people, just like him.
Tom Gentile has an innate eye for stock patterns, and has created a program, “The Money Calendar”, that analyzes these patterns for the best time to strike.
The Money Calendar Explained
What I love most about the Money Calendar is that – while it was really hard to invent – it’s super simple to understand.
So we have about 9,000 stocks that are listed at any given time.
The Money Calendar only cares about 250 of them – the big ones, the blue chippers… basically the most boring stocks.
Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Google, Altria, Caterpillar – these kinds of companies.
Big, boring stocks are predictable.
Predictable is good for the Money Calendar.
What it does is it searches through 10 years of historical data.
It’s looking for a short window of time where a particular stock has gone up for at least 9 of the last 10 years.
Take Procter & Gamble – it fits the bill of a boring, blue-chip stock to a tee.
Here are 10 charts for Procter & Gamble – one for each of the last 10 years.