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    Day Trading Options For Profit and Wealth

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    '''►► http://ForexAutopilotSystem.org - ''' Let's face it, one of the biggest cries you hear about trading stock options is that it is too risky. In reality though, there is less risk involved with "options" than there is with trading the actual stock. It is an easy way for anyone to create massive wealth very fast! As an example of less risk let's say that you are looking to buy 1,000 shares of XYZ stock at a share price of $10 per share. This would mean you would have to outlay $10,000, but if you were to purchase the option instead, your outlay could be as little as 80 cents per share, a fraction of the cost of buying the actual shares and you would still be controlling 1,000 shares. Unlike stocks, trading options (ETO's) can be very profitable no matter which direction the market takes. What I mean by this, is that you can make money whether the market is going up or down. By very fast, I mean in comparison to conventional methods such as your money sitting in a bank term deposit or the traditional "buy and hold" stock investment. If you can follow a simple, step by step method that is in an easy to read format, then you have the capacity for great wealth. It is not only possible, but it is being done by thousands of people every day. They are not smarter or more gifted than you, they have just taken the necessary training to skyrocket their income. Imagine your bank account growing by hundreds if not thousands of dollars per day. Options, or to be correct, Exchange Traded Options, are what is known as derivatives, that is, they are a trading instrument that is derived from a main product, in this case, it is the trading stock of a company. Stocks and derivatives are traded on a stock exchange but we wont go into the finer details of that here. There are many stock exchanges around the world and trading "options" is not confined to just one exchange, but they are not available on all stocks. This does not pose a problem though as there are hundreds of stocks which carry "options". The term "day ...