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Low Risk Trading with a Maximum Risk of 1.4% and Unlimited Profit Potential

Today's S&P 500 Index price chart below shows lots of volatility and price swings but no clear price trend. It is difficult to profit from the long or short side in this type of market.

Over the past four years we have experienced a global financial meltdown, severe recession and bear market, high unemployment, increased market volatility and an uncertain economy. This financial turmoil has made it very difficult for the average investor to realize a consistent return on investment.

In the Market Volatility Profit Secrets webinar we will explore low risk strategies that have been performing well in this type of market. For example, using a little known strategy, my Royal Dutch Petroleum trade has a maximum risk of 1.4% over a 21 month period but unlimited upside potential.

Strategy Produces 69% Average Return with No Losing Trades

The cash dividend strategy invests in dividend paying stocks. We reinvest cash dividends in additional shares of stock which enables us to compound our returns. In this video we will learn how this low risk strategy has produced excellent returns despite the market volatility and uncertain economy.

  • Dividend Strategy Open Trade Results
  • $99,943 in Profits, Average Return 69%
  • All Trades Profitable

Dividend Double Dipping

Writing monthly covered calls on high yielding stocks is one of the best overall investing strategies as you get to collect two income streams the quarterly dividend and the monthly cash received from writing covered calls. I like to invest in companies that consistently raise their dividends as these companies have a proven track record of producing profits that enable them to increase their dividend.

I like to reinvest cash dividends in additional shares of stock which enables me to compound my returns. I also reinvest the cash received from selling monthly call options which provides a double compounding effect.

For example, reinvesting quarterly dividends for Mark West Energy stock has reduced my cost basis for the stock to 17.02. Mark West Energy pays a $2.60 annual dividend so my annual yield is 15.2%. Writing monthly call options for MWE has an annualized return potential of about 45.8%. The total annual return potential for this stock is 61%.

In this video we will learn how this low risk strategy has produced excellent returns despite the market volatility and uncertain economy.

  • Mark West Energy cost basis 17.02
  • Annual Dividend 2.60 = 15.2%
  • Yield Buy Write Annual Return Potential 45.8%
  • Total Annual Return Potential 61.0%
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