For option traders, like my Cycle 9 Alert readers, time is of the utmost importance.
We take a quick-hit approach, aim to get in and get out and capture the “meat of a move” before overstaying our welcome. That’s because, as option buyers, we’re always in a race against the clock. We need our stocks and ETFs to move now, not later.
Introducing Cash Codes
But for my friend and colleague, Lee Lowell, it works just the opposite.
Lee specializes in an options-based strategy that uses the passage of time to its advantage. And on Tuesday, August 27 at 1 p.m. (ET), he’s hosting a free event called the Cash Codes Summit, where he’ll show you how to earn upfront cash payouts using what is known as “cash codes.” And you can click here to reserve your spot and learn more about how to profit using this little-known strategy.
Profiting Off Bullish Bias
Lee and I both describe ourselves as “cautious optimists.”
We generally have evidence-based conviction in the stock market’s bullish bias. At the same time, we’re quite conservative and operate with a distinct focus on risk management.
Lee has been running his strategy for 10 years now. And a vast majority of his recommendations have been bullish plays on ultra-conservative companies, like Walmart (NYSE: WMT), Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG), and AT&T (NYSE: T).
That’s not all that different from my own approach, which is also designed to take advantage of the bullish bias in stocks — with prudence.
And I think it’s our conservative nature that leads to another similarity between Lee and me…
We Hate Losing Money
As a student of human psychology and behavioral finance, I understand the effect losing trades have on an investor’s psyche.
It’s been shown that investors feel two-and-a-half times more pain from losses than they feel joy from profits. And, ironically, our natural urge to avoid investment losses is one of the main causes of investors’ typically poor performance.
Lee explained his personal philosophy and experience with real-world investors to me. He reasoned that, “…investors only stick with a strategy if it wins far more often than it loses.”
It was interesting to me. I knew Lee’s focus on risk management and high-probability trades would likely result in a strategy with a high win-rate. But I was blown away to hear it was a near perfect 95% over the past 10 years.
Not only that, but his success rate delivering an instant income payout that investors receive upfront when they perform his trades is a perfect 100%! That’s right. The cash-payouts strategy Lee specializes in is so “high-probability” that it has never missed a payout!
Of course, there’s a bit of catch…
It’s About Consistency
Lee’s high-probability trades don’t ever reach the 100%-plus level of profits I’ve been able to help my Cycle 9 Alert readers capture over the last seven years.
But unless you feel like you’re somehow entitled to free lunches, you shouldn’t expect windfall profits from a strategy that has never failed to deliver instant income. Wouldn’t you agree?
And you’d be foolish to turn your nose up to the still-lucrative cash payouts Lee’s strategy captures — ranging from $250 to $2,000 each. With a 100% delivery rate, these conservative payouts add up quick!
That’s especially true for anyone with an ounce of patience and discipline – two of the most important qualities of all successful investors!
Judging from the length and size of his track record, it’s clear to me that Lee is both patient and disciplined. He’s been running his strategy for 10 years now, over which time he’s identified close to 200 cash-payout trades for his readers.
Even though Lee and I are on opposite sides of the time variable, his strategy is designed with the same backbone of cautious optimism that Cycle 9 Alert is built on.
And as I mentioned earlier, on Tuesday, August 27 at 1 p.m., Lee will be sharing information about cash codes, and how you can profit from them. The Cash Codes Summit is free to attend, but space is highly limited. So, be sure to click here to reserve your spot today.
I’m certain that you will make good money with Lee’s strategy.