America's No. 1 Pattern Trader, Tom Gentile, earned his success by following a very famous rule: Keep it simple.
He uses the Money Calendar, an invention so unique that it has been filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, to pinpoint extremely simple options trades.
But many investors shy away from the incredible profit-making power of options because they seem too complicated.
When Gentile asks retail investors if they trade options, he hears it over and over again… "No, that's too complicated – that's not for me."
That statement blows his mind.
So right this second – we want to end all this mystery around trading options.
Because it's too easy and too lucrative to pass up…
How to Make Life-Changing Wealth from Options
You're betting that stock is going to be worth more in the future than it is right at this moment.
And it might cost you $10,000 to buy a decent block of shares just to get into that bet.
You see, options are like side bets.
Here's what we mean…
You and your buddy are checking out a stock – say it's trading for $20 a share…
Your buddy goes, "Hey, this stock is an absolute dog. I'll bet you a month from now, it's trading for 15 bucks."
And you're thinking – "This guy is crazy – no way this stock falls that far, that fast."
So you go, "Hey, if you want to make that bet… I'll take your money."
And that's what happens.
We call this a side bet because neither you nor your friend has to buy any stock at that moment.
Instead, you two will enter into an options contract.
And you collect your buddy's money – instantly.
He'll pay you $500, $800, or $1,250 – whatever it takes to get into that bet right then and there.
And you'll pay nothing.
You're holding the money.
But there's something you didn't tell your friend.
You're a savvy investor and have an ace up your sleeve…
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You have access to the Money Calendar…
For most of Gentile's life, he was just an average guy scraping to get by.
He was tired of busting his you-know-what for 40, 50, shoot – 60 hours a week.
Gentile hated hearing that alarm clock buzzing in his ear every morning.
It meant that he wasn't in control of his time.
Somebody else owned his time.
It also meant he wasn't in control of his money.
If you are working for someone else – they're in control.
And Gentile didn't want somebody else controlling how much money he was able to make – and when he could make it.
That's why he taught himself how to trade, and he used his early winnings to start a trading technology company.
Gentile was paid $20 million to sell it…
At that point, he was in complete control of his time, his money, and his financial destiny.
And he became richer than he ever thought possible.
That is – until Gentile invented the Money Calendar.
And he didn't want to keep it to himself.