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Beginner Options Classes

Did you know there are only 2 option contracts? We know at first learning options can feel intimidating trying to understand some of the terminology. But, rest assured...you're not the first person we've ever taught how to use options. Let us show you how easy they really can be for you so you can start using them for income, growth, and for protection. Enter your email below to see a quick video.

Options Trading For Beginners

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Basic Income Strategies

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Options Terms

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Selecting A Good Brokerage Platform

4 Major Reasons For You To Trade Options

  1. Protect Your Stocks
  2. Generate Consistent Income
  3. Leverage Your Money Better
  4. Adjust Losing Positions

Protection:

First, you can avoid huge crashes in the stock market using options strategies like Protective Puts and Collar Trades.

That alone can save hundreds of thousands of dollars for a lot of people!

Consistent Income:

Secondly, you can use options for consistent income generation so that you can make passive income weekly or monthly.

This can be a great way to target 2-4% a month of growth in your accounts.

Leveraging Your Money Better:

Options can also be used to hit home runs in the stock market using them for leverage.

You can leverage your monthly smarter using strategies like Calendars and Diagonals that we'll teach you.

Adjusting Losing Positions:

There are even times when stock and/or option trades are underwater and can be saved or adjusted back into a profit using another option. Believe it or not, we've been able to close 90% of our trades for a profit over the past 10 years using this hidden options technique.

Learn more in a free class or call us directly at 1-888-225-1155 and ask for a free consultation.

Proven Options Strategies

At OptionsANIMAL you will learn easy, proven strategies that work when the market is up, down, or sideways.

Learn From Real Trades

Watch professionals place and manage trades so you can improve your timing on entries and exits.

6-Step 90% Successful Trading Method

Learn our method to winning 90% of the time on our trades over the past 10 years.

Questions or Concerns?

Call us at 1-888-225-1155 or 1-801-331-7500

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