Note: At one time guests were asked to register and become bronze members. Registration is no longer required and you may remain anonymous.
In the video, there’s a comment about the Bronze Membership having a time limit. Ignore that part. You may visit as often as you wish.
Samples of premium content for guests
- The initial trade for one Track that Trade example
- A sample blog post
- One video of a recorded live session
- A short video lesson
If we are going to work together on your options education, then it’s important for you to understand my approach towards the basic aspects of trading options. That allows you to have confidence that we are on the same wavelength on important issues.
Please read about my responsibilities to you, as a Member. I’ve also added a few of your responsibilities to the other members.
I suggest reading about me. Not because I have all the answers, nor because I can turn you into an expert trader (I cannot). My objective is to provide a harmonious and efficient place for furthering your education, and if you don’t believe that working together, we can meet your goals, then it best to know that now.
Upgrade to Gold Membership @ $37/month
The major benefit of becoming a gold member is that it buys access to an experienced trader who can provide good guidance – especially in the early years of your trading career. And that ‘career’ can be as a full time trader or as an individual investor who has a full-time job and invests/trades to build a better financial future for him/herself and family. Or anywhere between those alternatives.
We are in this together
To learn more about the advantages of being a Gold Member, visit the information page
Part of my teaching philosophy: I show you specific situations and discuss how I handle them. However, I always encourage members to consider alternatives. I do not claim that my way of doing things is always ‘correct.’ Nor are they always going to suit your specific comfort zone, risk criteria, investment goals, or personality. If you are familiar with my work at Options for Rookies, then I assume you are familiar with my approach that provides good ideas. However, I seldom tell you that something is ‘best’ or what you ‘must’ do. If you are not familiar with Options for Rookies, then we can dialog on philosophical differences – allowing you to decide whether this is the best place to pursue an options education.
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