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The Smartest – and Least Utilized – Way To Trade Options Today

The smartest man I know is minting money in the options market.

More impressive, he’s doing it with less volatility and less risk than the rest of us do by owning stocks. This is “Steady Eddie,” coupon clipping-type stuff.

Every month, he locks in options premiums that pay him a steady 1.5% to 2% – sometimes 3% – per month.

No homerun swings. No playing the hero.

This is all about making money the easy way.

His name is Nathan Weiss, and together we run a trading service called In The Money.

You may think 1.5% to 3% monthly returns sounds boring—until you consider what this means in terms of annualized returns.

Our model is built on generating low-risk, 20% plus annualized returns here.

Each month at In The Money, we publish one new, short-dated options trade.

They will all be covered calls or covered puts—keeping risk to a minimum.

These truly are the simplest, lowest risk, in the money options trades imaginable.

I’m convinced that this is the smartest way to generate returns and avoid the volatility of the market.

Two years ago, making this kind of money from these low-risk options trades wasn’t even possible.

What changed is that since the start of COVID, the options market has been flooded with money from incredibly inexperienced retail investors.

This year an incredible 40 million options contracts will trade on average daily.

Prior to COVID, the options market saw less than half that volume.

 

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Volume changes like that are meant to take place over many decades——not a couple of years.

Options trading has become so popular that the current value of options contracts in circulation exceeds that of stocks.

On September 22, 2022, for example, stock options with a notional value of $6.9 trillion changed hands versus the $5.8 trillion that was traded in company shares.

This massive inflow of cash is mostly from the most inexperienced retail investors, creating a very inefficient market. We know that most retail folks have little patience, and are often undisciplined at best.

As a result, options premiums have soared. This is the low-risk opportunity Nathan and I will be handing investors every month—disciplined, unexciting options trades that can deliver 1.5% to 2% – sometimes 3% – monthly payouts.

Some months it may be more, depending on how the stock performs.

With these trades, the stock can often go DOWN 7% to 8%, and the option seller (YOU) still makes money.

This really is a new way to invest—but we make it very simple at In The Money.

And it has opened up for us, because the options market has become insanely inefficient.

 

 

Put plainly, we’re exploiting the opportunity the deluge of retail cash is creating.

For investors who understand this truth, a 20% annual return is completely attainable.

Follow this link to learn how our In The Money service can hand you low-risk, premium options income each month.

Nathan Weiss & Keith Schaefer
Co-Founders, In The Money options trading service
Questions or comments? Reach out to us by email at: help@inthemoney.capital

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