5 Ways to Double Your Money

By: Stock Barometer | Sun, Jun 14, 2009
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6/14/2009 8:42:07 PM

Here is a Special Report with options plays to go along with the Barometer calls.

Each day with the daily stock barometer, we make calls on the Qs, Gold, the Dollar, Oil and bonds. This article will supplement our most recent calls with the most efficient options that will double your money the fastest.

Trading options is not rocket science. It may seem that way to the novice investor, but if done correctly, they actually can limit your risk more than stocks... But like stocks, finding the right option to play can be difficult. First, you have to make a call on the stock. Then, based on that call, and how aggressive you want to be, you can establish a series of strategies designed to profit from a variety of situations.

Here we will focus on straight out puts and calls - combined with our current calls on the market.

That's it for this week. Let me know what you think, we may make this a regular supplement to the Daily Stock Barometer. To participate, feel free to sign up for a Premier Subscription and get all my advice on stocks, market timing and options.

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