Mom faces Wall Street bull

Secret How to Pick Stock Options to Make Money

girl and boy playing game of chess

Trading options is like playing a game of chess – what is the right move when a stock option takes off?

Right here! FREE Weekly stock options HOT “Picks and Tips”

Each week my newsworthy stock picks are trader-speak-mumble filtered. Everything you need to know to figure out the stock option’s chances of moving up or down. Then, I’ll tell you exactly the Bull or Bear option spread move to open the transaction.

Did you know Best Buy is going into the medical business !? Get answers -take a look at my Best Buy option pick last week:

Sage wisdom from our favorite Omaha Grandfather is: “To invest in an underlying stock you like and would give your credit card.”

Let’s get a stock option pick parachute ready for when that newsworthy Best of Breed option takes off and makes money. Take a look at my stock option analysis of the Beyond Meat fairy tale.

Can a finance Rookie like me, learn to trade Options?

Absolutely !

Learn how right here FREE! (I teach this Adult Education course at a Las Vegas college). Step-by-step 15 easy lessons to guide you in making extra money trading stock options online. For Moms who can run a side hustle with everything else!

 (No credit card, no strings attached, no nothing; I just want to teach and empower all of us Moms to face down the Wall Street bull!)

My gift to you,

Barb

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10 thoughts on “Secret How to Pick Stock Options to Make Money

  1. You just keep coming up with good ideas and creative suggestions. I subscribed. Make me some money.

    Gary

    1. Gary,
      Finally figured out how to retrieve my comments! Thanks so much for the pat-on-the-back and encouragement.
      Hope you not only enjoy each week’s post, but also get some money-making option ideas.
      I’m sure you’re going full blast and doing great.
      Always the best,
      Barb

Let's keep in touch, Barb