Hi I'm Greg Weitzman.
As a veteran trader I’ve been in the markets trading my own accounts and helping others do the same for more than 22 years.
The purpose of this report is to introduce you to an income formula, a portfolio hack - to generate more income with less risk from the Financial Markets.
Why do you need a formula?
The most successful investors in the world all attribute their success, and their fortunes to their formulas.
Warren Buffet, (est. net worth 88 Billion), has a buy and hold value investing formula, sticking only to companies whose business model he completely understands.
Ray Dalio, (est. net worth 18 Billion), admits he has a 3-step formula for anyone to start investing. His is about diversification, market cycles, and compounding.
Richard Dennis, (est. net worth 200 Million), the legendary commodity trader, was so convinced that his formula could be used by anyone, that he actually gave his students money to trade.
Did it work?
His students, The Turtles, as they were known, earned more than $175 million in only five years.
Dennis had proved beyond a doubt that beginners can learn to trade successfully.
What do they all have in common, besides being incredibly wealthy?
They all have a formula! And you're about to have yours.
The concept of generating income from the financial markets is not a new.
Creating scenarios where money earns more money is in fact as old as the markets themselves.
There are of course numerous ways to achieve regular income or cash flow, you could:
Items 1, 2, and 3 above have some limitations
Let’s address those
Investing in real estate.
Sounds simple enough; cut a check and collect the rent.
In reality however it is not that simple.
First, you’ll have to scour the market and find the right property. That could take months. Then you’ll need to buy it at the right price, otherwise the returns you expect may be out of reach if you paid too much.
Third, you’ll need a tenant, preferably a solid tenant who can pay the rent. You’ll be doing credit checks, background checks, and you’ll solely be responsible for accepting them as your tenant and your true source of income.
After all it’s the tenant that generates your income not the bricks and mortar of the building.
You’ll need to apply for and secure a mortgage so let’s hope your credit is good.
And finally, unless you have the resources to buy a property with a built in manager, you could be playing the role of ‘maintenance guy’ for several years to come.
And I haven’t even touched on the worst part of all… When you want out, there is no quick and easy way to turn your investment back into ready cash. You’ll need an agent, marketing materials, and of course time to find the proper qualified buyer.
I don’t want to bash real estate investing, it’s definitely not all bad, and you cannot deny that fortunes have been made with it.
The question is, is real estate the right path for a smaller investor, or an older investor who may not, in their senior years be ready to take on a mortgage and debt?
Unlike real estate, stock investors with smaller accounts are not at a disadvantage when it comes to generating income.
Invest in a business and receive a portion of the profits
This would be the ideal scenario, if it existed.
It’s not like your neighbor with a successful business needs your money, or would even want it.
I’ve yet to meet a successful business person who said "Hey, I’m making a killing! Who wants in”?
To be honest if I ever heard anyone say that, I’d run the other way.
You could of course start your own business, gig, or side hustle. That would be great!
Before you know it, you’d be invested in product, inventory, marketing materials, and making sales calls.
I am definitely not against building a business. I’ve built several but building a business is not part of today's focus.
What we want is regular monthly income without running a business.
Invest in dividend paying stocks
Investing to receive dividends at least meets the criteria of passive or low effort and income generation. The problem however is current dividend rates are too low which, makes it difficult to generate any meaningful income from a smaller account.
If you feel like this could be too advanced for you, you should definitely check out this presentation
Now, anyone can use this to potentially make a small fortune in a matter of days, sometimes hours, while only risking $50 - maybe just $5 on each trade recommendation..
The Plan for Generating Income From The Financial Markets
What you’ll need to get started:
At the root of every good plan is the concept of preservation of capital.
Yes we want to make money but first, we don’t want to lose any money.
Divide your capital into 3 equal parts
For this exercise we're assuming an account of $10,000.
$10,000 divided by 3 is roughly $3,300
Create a portfolio allocation similar to the following
Let’s do some math
I know what you're thinking, “That’s less than $25 a month not exactly an income stream!”
Although we haven’t yet created the income stream, what we’ve done is taken a proper approach to portfolio allocation. The last and 3rd portion will be all high risk, meaning you could lose all of it.
To jump ahead and answer the next question, ‘why not just leave the $6,600 in cash once the returns are so low?’
While you could do that, the concept is to put ⅔ of the capital out of your reach for safekeeping. If your high risk trades ( which we will discuss below) go well, then having the $6,600 in low return low risk investments won’t matter nor will it have any substantial impact on overall returns.
If however the high risk trades go poorly, and you’re tempted to dip into the low risk capital allocation, you’ll 1st have to make a decision about selling off the T-bills or the stocks.
Forcing you to think before taking action, adding that one barrier, will hopefully refocus your thinking before taking on too much risk.
High Risk Trades
Now that we have 2/3rds of the account tucked away and ‘somewhat’ out of reach, we can work on higher risk trades that will generate the income.
The goal with the last 1/3rd of the account, is to generate income using high risk options trades.
For each trade placed, 100% of the cost of the option will be at risk. This means that if you risk $100 on the trade and it is not a winning trade then (in most cases) the entire amount for that trade will be lost.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Options are contracts between 2 market participants a sort of ‘side bet’ on the direction of a stock. Options are extremely powerful tools because they use leverage and allow the option buyer to control a large number of shares of the stock for a fixed cost (when buying options). You should be very familiar with Buying and Selling Options before trading them.
As mentioned, we will allocate ⅓rd of the portfolio to high risk trades.
Each individual trade placed will have a maximum risk of 5% of the risk capital.
We will assume 20 trades per month, or approximately 1 trade per day.
We will assume an 80% win rate, and a 20% loss rate.
We will assume that for a losing trade, 100% of the trade cost will be lost.
We will only increase the capital allocated to high risk trades every 3rd successful month after.
Take a few moments to watch this short video. You may be surprised to discover how easy this is.
By "working" just 30 minutes a day, 3 days a week, people are retiring from their jobs. They're buying their dream homes, putting their kids through college, and giving back to their communities.
All because of this one EXTRA-INCOME strategy.
Notice that the amount labelled High Risk Capital, remains the same for the entire 3 month period.
Even once the 3 month profit targets are reached, the High Risk Capital is only increased by the value of 1 profibale month (not 3 months).
This is done for additional capital protection. If you were to have a profitable month followed by a losing month, you’d back to 0 or less given fees etc….
Only increasing the High Risk Capital allocation by the value of 1 months profit, and then waiting for 3 profitable months to do so, means even if month 4 was a loss, you’d still be in a profit position overall.
This is what the 12 months would look like
Total Income Generated from high risk trades (rounded): $54,000
Average Monthly Income (rounded): $4,530
Are you ready to earn $54,000 in yearly income from the financial markets with a $10,00 account and only $3,300 at risk?
The Total Portfolio Including All Risk Categories
Your 1 Year Equity Curve Looks Like This
Now that you have the income formula, you're going to need The Right Options Trades to make this work.
Fortunately we have partnered with some of the best in the industry, and you can get started today!
Would you be surprised to learn that...
He started to pocket a few thousand here, and a few thousand there… until his account grew 50X larger to a whopping $5 million in a couple of years.
These results were stunning.
Could you follow in his footsteps?
All you need to do is follow his instructions.
There's no better time to start than today!
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