Imagine an NFL lineman showing up to a pee-wee football game.
Or a professional Texas Hold 'Em player going all in at your friendly poker night.
That's what it's like now that Money Morning's options trading specialist – and America's No. 1 Pattern Trader – Tom Gentile has started trading cryptocurrencies.
This is the man whose winning trades last year – partial closeouts included – beat the S&P 500 445 times over. And now, he's bringing his 32 years of trading experience to a market largely traded by amateurs.
It's not even fair.
And here's the best part: You have the opportunity to follow along with Tom's crypto trades.
Here's how Tom has crushed the options markets time and time again – and why his cryptocurrency trade recommendations are poised to be the most lucrative yet…
Clearer Patterns, Bigger Profits
When recommending stock market trades, Tom analyzes 10 years of information – billions of data points – to identify patterns that helped him show readers an average of one money-doubling play every five days last year.
But stocks only trade between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. every weekday, and their prices are usually pretty tame.
Cryptocurrencies, on the other hand, trade 24/7, 365 days a year, and often see huge swings in price. That means Tom can find patterns much faster, and the profit opportunities have the potential to be much, much bigger.
Just look at Bitcoin, for example. While Wall Street is excited that the Dow is up 22% in the past year, Bitcoin is up 89% in the past two weeks.
And that's just a tiny fraction of the gains Tom has seen this market produce. In fact, in just a few hours of searching, Tom's team found 79 cryptocurrency trades in 2017 that would have produced gains virtually unattainable in the stock market.
40 of these rare gains topped 5,000%.
A trade on PIVX even returned an exceptional 110,000% last year. That's like turning a $900 stake into $1 million.
Now, these incredible gains are outliers; no doubt about that.
But what most people don't know about cryptocurrency is that it can be more predictable than the stock market, not less.
You see, a pattern trader like Tom uses historical trends to help him determine how a stock could behave in the future. But any number of external factors – earnings, a surprise acquisition, even the CEO's personal life – could send the stock in an unexpected direction.
Cryptocurrencies, on the other hand, are totally decentralized and not tied to the fundamentals of a company.
They're like perfect pattern machines.
And Tom's not waiting another second to take advantage of them.
In fact, he's already given his very first crypto trade recommendation.
Click here to learn more…