How To Retire in One year with Only $10,000

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Retirement: Ahh, the bliss of never going to work again. The move to Florida, sitting on the
beach soaking up the rays, or hitting the golf course every morning at 9 AM. Maybe this is
you, or maybe your idea of retirement has nothing to do with the quintessential view shared
by millions of people around the world. Maybe your idea is more like mine: living free of
financial pressure, with enough youth and life left to travel the world, enough money at your
disposal to strive for your dreams—your ultimate dreams! Or maybe itʼs simply enough time
and money to truly enjoy your family, children, or grandchildren. Whatever retirement looks
like for you, it still requires the same common accomplishment—Financial Freedom. Better
stated: enough income through investments or businesses to allow you to live at or above
your current standard of living without having to show up every day for work.

In this special report Iʼm going to share with you one of my absolute favorite strategies for

retirement. This is just one of the strategies I teach in my full-length, comprehensive
Foundations of Stocks and Options class. I teach several strategies in that class, but Iʼm not
going to lie—THIS is my absolute favorite strategy. Iʼll tell you why itʼs my favorite in just a
minute, but right now Iʼm going to tell you everything youʼre about to learn about in this report.

The idea of achieving financial freedom is such a coveted idea that billions of dollars are
spent every year by middle class Americans who want to achieve financial freedom well
before they reach 65. Sadly, most of those people continue to find themselves working day
after day, month after month, year after year in their dead end jobs. Jobs that give them no
joy, no happiness, and anything but financial freedom. Yet so often, in the middle of the night,
they turn on their TVs just to see another young buck flaunting his (or her) new-found
success. “Why, why, why?” they may ask. “What do they have that I donʼt have? ”
Iʼm no different than you. Iʼve tried just about everything to determine the secrets that the rich
know that I didnʼt learn in school. I just about killed myself trying to figure out what it is these
people know that I just didnʼt know. Iʼve tried no less than seven different multi-level marketing
companies. Iʼve been to countless real estate classes. Iʼve started and ended two small
businesses. Iʼve bought just about every program from the infomercials. Iʼve read hundreds
(yes, hundreds plural) of books on business, marketing, and finance. Iʼve been the mockery of
just about every single one of my friends and family because of my absolute determination to
create financial freedom.

Why? Because of what I know financial freedom brings. I have always dreamed of Why?

Because of what I know financial freedom brings. I have always dreamed of pursuing
my own dreams. In fact, thatʼs what America is all about, is it not? Millions of people flock to
this country every year to pursue the American Dream. So why should I be any different? Why
would I not have the right to pursue my dreams as well? And yet I learned a long time ago
that the only thing standing between me and my dreams was money. So I set out to create
financial freedom in order to pursue my dreams. And now I have committed a portion of

help others doing same as I have.


There are two basic differences between those who have and those who have not. The first is
this: Those who have play by a different set of rules, while those who have not play by the
same set of rules. Itʼs okay. I played by the same rules for many years. But I learned if I
wanted to change my present reality, I had to change the rules.

The second difference is this: Those who have know things those who have not do not know.
Benjamin Franklin said it well when he said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the
best interest.” What I have often said is, “I didnʼt know what I didnʼt know, and what I didnʼt
know made me go broke.” Iʼve been as broke as the brokest person to ever live. But Iʼve
never been poor. Thatʼs because I never accepted being broke as my permanent state of
being. Broke is a state of being, but poor is a mindset, and anybody who chooses to learn and
follow the mindset of the rich can, and ultimately will, become as wealthy as he or she

There are three primary areas wealthy people make their money: real estate, stock market (or
financial markets), and business building. The exception to this is people who have a very
high-paying career, such as professional athletes or movie stars. While I love and appreciate
all aspects of wealth creation, my favorite has always been and still is investing in the stock
market. More accurately stated, itʼs by trading the stock market.

I know a lot of you feel this is risky. In fact after the market crash in the fall of 2008, many
people are down right petrified of trading the market. But would you believe me if I told you
between October 6 and 27, 2008, when the market lost over 20% of its value, I profited over
Broke is a state of being, but poor is a mindset.300% on my investments?! Whoa! Thatʼs

right—while the majority of Americans lost, in many
cases 1/3 or more of their portfolio value, mine didnʼt double, it didnʼt triple, but it quadrupled!
And Iʼm not the only one who did this. Hundreds of thousands of Americaʼs wealthiest people
invested in financial vehicles that allowed them to make the same kind of return. To put those
percentages in perspective, let me do some math for you. The following chart shows what a
300% ROI (Return On Investment) looks like in real dollars:

I need to put in perspective that this profit was taken during only about a two-week period of
time. If you didnʼt make that kind of money during those two weeks, itʼs not because you
couldnʼt make the money—itʼs because you simply didnʼt know how. My students actually
watched me make the money! Thatʼs because we had set up those very trades in my online
class. While the whole world stood on the sideline stunned at the move of the market, my
class was actually expecting the move! Thatʼs because about a week before the move I
showed my class the early warning signs that the market was about to crash, and sure
enough, just a few days later we had the largest single day losses in US stock market history.
Iʼm very proud to say this, not because Iʼm arrogant, but because it proves how accurate my
education is. Even some of the well-known analysts on CNBC missed this move! But we did
not. In fact, no one had to miss the move. I know plenty of people who made amazing gains
during that time period. The rest of the world? Well, they simply didnʼt know what we knew.
(And what they didnʼt know cost them a lot of money.)

One of the most astonishing facts I learned when I started learning about rich people is the
reality that they have access to information, and more specifically, investments, that the
everyday, average person simply does not have access to. Now that just doesnʼt seem fair
does it? Why do they have something we donʼt have? Because the government has set up
rules and laws that favor those people. Itʼs really not a conspiracy, and frankly itʼs not that big
of a secret. You simply have to know where to find this information. These laws and rules are
set up with good intentions. Theyʼre technically there to protect you. Thatʼs because access to
these investments without proper knowledge can cost you a whole lot more than not knowing
about them at all. Theyʼre called sophisticated investments. In order to access them you have
to be a sophisticated or qualified investor. That distinguishing honor comes from one of a
couple of different factors. Either you have a certain net worth (typically at least $2.5 million),
or you have a certain amount of annual income (usually two or more successive years of
$250,000 or more). Sadly most Americans simply do not meet these criteria.

Ahh, but alas there is some good news. Before you get all upset about the “elite”
club to which you do not belong, rest assured—there are ways to find out that knowledge. In
fact, this report shares some of that very knowledge!
There are many different types of sophisticated investments, but such a list is way beyond the
scope of this report. In fact itʼs really not necessary. You donʼt need to know everything—you
just need to know a few things that the rich know in order to be rich. Then before you know it,
Rich people have access to information, and more
specifically, investments, that the everyday, average
person simply does not have access to. you will find yourself among the financial elite, and people will literally be banging your doors
down to share investment opportunities with you! So now Iʼm going to share one of those
secrets with you. If you learn this secret, and how to apply it, you can use it to become an
elite investor. Are you ready? Keep reading . . .

Have you ever heard the term “hedge fund” on TV? Is it one of those words that makes you
subconsciously say, “I donʼt even know what that is”? Iʼm going to make understanding hedge
funds really, really simple. A hedge fund is nothing more than a mutual fund for extremely rich
people. Itʼs that simple. And by extremely rich I mean those sophisticated investors I just
talked about in the previous section.

Do you know what mutual funds are? Mutual funds are when a bunch of people put their
money together to buy stocks. You most likely are part of some mutual funds in some way,
shape, or form. A 401k at your company is a form of mutual fund. Everybody in your company
who chooses may contribute to the “fund,” and a fund manager uses those contributions to
buy and sell stock in other companies (and sometimes your own company as well).

Hereʼs the problem with mutual funds, and the very reason I donʼt like to invest in them:
according to SEC law, you can only make money in a mutual fund when the stock market
goes up. Itʼs that simple. But the stock market doesnʼt always go up does it? Just look at the
very recent stock market crash of 2008. The cold, hard truth is the market canʼt always go up;
it has to go down sometimes. And in fact, it sometimes doesnʼt go anywhere! We call that

A hedge fund is nothing more than a mutual fund
for extremely rich people. The reality that mutual funds can only make money when the stock market moves higher is
exactly why so many people say the stock market is risky. But what if you could put your
money into a mutual fund that allows you to make money if (and when) the market goes
down? If you could do that, the mutual fund would be called a hedge fund. But odds are you
canʼt do that, because letʼs just face the facts: less than 10% of America is qualified to invest
in these highly specialized funds. And yet that is exactly what the ultra rich are allowed to do.
In fact hedge funds are able to make money when the market goes up, when the market goes
down, and when the market goes nowhere at all! Now that sounds like a win, win, win doesnʼt
it? It is. And Iʼm about to show you how you can win, too, just like the ultra rich.
Some people get upset about hedge funds because they see the strategies they employ as

“anti-American.” But the reality is, they have to be allowed to function. If it werenʼt for hedge
funds, and the investment vehicles they use, the market could in theory come to a complete
standstill. People have to be able to buy and sell, and the strategies used by hedge funds
allow that to happen. The interesting thing is, you donʼt have to be rich to use the strategies—
you simply have to be rich to do it through hedge funds. But if you learn how, you can trade
the exact same strategies in your very own brokerage account. In fact, in most cases you can
trade the same strategies in your retirement account or IRA! Ha! Now THAT is good news!

I told you Iʼd show you how to retire in one year with only $10,000, and I am about to do just
that. I know, it sounds too good to be true. But letʼs be honest, before you read this report,
would you have thought it was true that the ultra rich have special mutual funds just for them?
But now you know it is true, just like what Iʼm about to show you now.

The truth is, thereʼs more than one strategy that would allow you to retire in just one year with
only $10,000—you simply have to know what those strategies are. I teach twelve of those
strategies every month online in my Foundations of Stocks and Options class. Actually, a
bunch of those strategies could allow you to retire in less than one year! But the one Iʼm about
to teach you is my favorite. Itʼs my favorite because itʼs very easy to do. With relatively limited
education, anybody can do this strategy. And this strategy is so foolproof that you can actually
make more money if youʼre wrong than if youʼre right about the direction of the market! This is
the kind of strategy that hedge fund managers use. And with a little education you can very
easily use this strategy to retire in just one year.

Now before I show you how this strategy works, letʼs take a moment to define what retirement
is and how youʼre going to use this strategy to get there. Take a second and ask yourself,
“How much money do I want every month in order to stop working?” Go ahead and write that
number down, or at least stick it in your head. Now Iʼm going to show you when you can

Iʼm sure you remember the concept of “compound interest,” right? Albert Einstein once said,
“The most powerful force in the universe is compound interest.” When it comes to money, no
truer words have ever been spoken. So at what rate would you think your money should
compound at in order to retire in one year? How close to retirement do you think 20% would
get you? If you could grow your money by 20%, could you retire much more quickly? Sure
you could. What about 20% every month? Starting with $10,000, thatʼs $2,000 per month! Not
bad, huh? Thatʼs what Iʼm about to show you with this strategy.

I did. And if you go to my website,, and take my online course
Foundations of Stocks & Options, Iʼll show you exactly how I did it. But that strategy is more
risky than the one Iʼm about to show you. While I love making a 300% return on my money,
itʼs not always possible. Thatʼs because in order to make that money the market has to move,
and it has to move a lot. When youʼre dealing with cash flow for retirement, you need
something consistent. And thatʼs what this strategy Iʼm about to show you does. True, once
you take my class, you will know how to make way more than 20%, but for your retirement I
suggest you follow a safer strategy like the one Iʼm about to show you.

Letʼs take a moment and determine what it takes for you to retire by simply growing your
money by 20% every month using my favorite retirement strategy. If you donʼt know how to
figure your ROI (Return On Investment), hereʼs how it works. Start by creating the decimal
version of your percentage. If your percentage is 2%,
then the decimal version is .02. If your interest rate is
20%, then the decimal version is .20. Make sense? Now,
take your starting capital (in this case $10,000) and
multiply it by your percentage of return (in this case .20).
Here what that looks like:
Now, using that formula, how many months will it take:

Now, using that formula, how many months will it take to grow your money so you can retire
on $10,000? When you see your monthly return equal to or greater than your desired monthly
income, thatʼs how far you could be right now from retirement!
Power of Compound Interest
Month Starting Capital Monthly Return Total Value
1 $10,000 $2,000 $12,000

There you have it. Take a good look at the chart and ask yourself, “How quickly could I stop
working if I used this strategy?” How much do you need? $2,000/month? You could do it next
month. $5,000/month? You can do it in six months. $10,000/month? You can do it in ten
months. I stopped the chart after thirteen months, because if you grow $10,000 by 20% every
month for thirteen months, you will have over $100,000. And $100,000 at 20% every month is
over $20,000/month. Few people in this world struggle to find a way to live on $20,000/month.
If youʼre one of those people who canʼt live on that much money, then thatʼs okay with me—I
donʼt judge you. But for most people, $20,000 is substantially more money than they expect to
make on a monthly basis. That means 99% (or more) of the world could completely stop
working in just one year with $10,000.

Now I know some of you are asking, “Can I do it with $1,000?” The answer is technically yes.
But itʼs going to take longer, and to be completely honest, this strategy is very difficult to do
with only $1,000. However, I will encourage anybody to do this strategy if they have $5,000

or more to invest. If you start with $5,000, you can do the same thing. It will take you four
months to turn $5,000 into $10,000, and then you can figure the rest based on the chart
Okay, now I know what youʼre thinking. “Is this going to require me to sit in front of the
computer for hours on end?” The answer is no. Flat out no. In fact, you can manage a
relatively large account in just a few hours a month with this strategy.

Okay, enough preparation. I know youʼre jumping at the bit to find out this secret strategy. And
youʼre probably also thinking, If this is so good, why doesnʼt everyone do it? Well itʼs simple—
they donʼt know. I didnʼt know until someone showed me. But those highly sophisticated
hedge funds know this strategy. In fact, itʼs a “bread and butter” strategy for them, and you
can do it, too. You just have to know how.

What Iʼm about to teach you is called a credit spread, which is an option strategy. If youʼre not
familiar with stock options, they are not nearly as scary as they sound. They are whatʼs called
a “derivative,” meaning they are based on (or derived from) another asset, in this case a
stock. I donʼt have time to teach you all about stock options right now, but donʼt fear, I have
created a FREE e-course that you can take that explains all the basics of stock options. Itʼs
entitled The Basics of Trading Stock Options in 7 Lessons. Youʼll receive an e-mail every day

for seven days with the next lesson. Itʼs really a wonderful course worth about $200. But I
donʼt mind giving it away, because it always comes back to me. So go on over and sign up for
it. Then youʼll understand better what Iʼm about to say

There are two types of credit spreads. The first is a bull put spread, and the second is a bear
call spread. They work the same, just backwards. You use the bull put spread in a bull market and the bear call spread in a bear market. If that sounds complicated to you, itʼs really not.

Once you take my class, youʼll understand all of it. Iʼm going to quickly show you how to set
up a bull or bear trade, and then Iʼll show you how the credit spread works.

Step 1: Determine Your Support & Resistance
The first step is to determine if the market is moving bullish or bearish. Bullish means itʼs
going up, and bearish means itʼs going down. Youʼre going to determine this by drawing what
are called support & resistance lines on your stock chart. (Again, donʼt freak out if it sounds
complicated—this is WAY simpler than it sounds at first.) Look at the following real-life chart to

see what I mean:
Notice the two lines I drew—one is around $100, and one is just below $85, around $83.
When you take my class, youʼll understand how I came up with these lines. Thatʼs not
important for now. Whatʼs important is that you understand the bottom line is called a support
line, and the top line is called a resistance line. When you understand the stock market, you
will understand how these lines are incredibly accurate. In fact, a proper understanding of
these lines and the other signals I teach you to read (on this chart) is exactly how I knew the
market was about to crash back in October of 2008

Step 2: Determine if the Stock Is Bullish or Bearish
When a stock approaches the support line and begins to turn up toward the resistance (as
this one is), that stock is moving bullishly. So in this case weʼre going to be placing a bull put
spread. Now again, I just donʼt have time to explain options to you right now, but go ahead
and sign up for my free e-course and youʼll understand all the basics you need to know.

The reason this is called a credit spread is because when you do this strategy, you actually
make money the very second you do the trade. Itʼs a combined strategy that puts money in
your account immediately. Youʼve probably heard someone say, “You make money when you
buy . . .” Uh, yeah, thatʼs a poor manʼs mindset. The rich know you make the money when
you sell. Because if you never sell, itʼs like not having the money at all. Thatʼs one of the
reasons I like to sell options, because it puts money in my account right away.

Step 3: Choose Your Options
Since the stock is trading around $85, weʼre going to sell one option price lower than that,
which in this case is $80. (Options in this price range move in $5 increments.) Iʼm going to put
up an options chain to give you real pricing numbers here:

Iʼve highlighted in red the two prices that weʼre dealing with here. When you sell an option you
always sell at the bid price. So in this case youʼre going to look at the line that says “80.00”
and go over to where it intersects with “bid” at the top. That price is $2.34. That means youʼre
going to sell each share for $2.34. Options trade in contracts of 100 shares. Letʼs say weʼre
going to sell 10 contracts, or 1000 shares. Now letʼs do the math. You sell 1000 shares. Thatʼs
going to be $2.34 x 1000, or $2,340!

If you go to your broker right now and say, “I want to sell 10 shares of the January $80 put
option.” you would sell it and make $2,340 immediately! Hot Dang! If only it were that simple.
Well, it kind of is. The problem with this particular case is by simply selling the $80 put you
leave yourself VERY vulnerable. In fact the technical name for it is “naked.” (No kidding,
youʼre vulnerable!) I knew a lot of people who lost their shirts selling “naked puts” back during
the .com bubble. Naked puts work great until they hurt you, and when they hurt it can be
devastating. You DO NOT want that.

The solution is to cover your naked position, and this is where the idea of a spread comes in.
Youʼre going to sell the $80 position, giving you a “net credit” of $2.34/share. Then youʼre going t

turn around and buy the next position down, which is the $75 put. In this case thatʼs
going to cost you $1.27. Thatʼs because you always pay the “ask” price when you buy an
option. When you make this trade, you are now going to only be vulnerable for an absolute
maximum loss potential of the spread of the trade. Thatʼs the $80 minus $75, or $5. Are you
confused yet? Letʼs draw out some numbers and see if we can clarify a bit.

“But what about the cost?” you may ask. Well, you never actually spend the money. This is
one of the things I love about this strategy. The money never leaves your account since you
sell the option. However, there is one small catch. Your broker is going to put the $5 Maximum
Loss potential on reserve in your account. Just in case. The money doesnʼt leave your
account—you just canʼt use it until the trade is completed. Thatʼs why I say you have a 20%
return. In this particular case youʼre going to make $1,070, but your broker is going to put
about $5,000 on hold in your account. If you do that math, itʼs just over 20%. The way you
figure that is by dividing the cash in ($1,070) by the cost, or cash out ($5,000)
$1,070 ÷ $5,000 = .214 or 21%
Twenty-one percent is not bad for a monthʼs work, huh? Oh yeah, youʼll want to set some
alerts to let you know if your trade is in trouble, and then go out and hit some golf balls. In
about three weeks, this trade will have completely played out on its own, and you will be the
proud owner of a 21% ROI.
You Sell (for a Credit) 1000 Shares @ $2.34 =$2,340
You Buy (for a loss) 1000 Shares @ $1.27 =$1,270
Subtract the credit from the loss, and that is your
$2,340 - $1,270 = $1,070

“But what about the cost?” you may ask. Well, you never actually spend the money. This is
one of the things I love about this strategy. The money never leaves your account since you
sell the option. However, there is one small catch. Your broker is going to put the $5 Maximum
Loss potential on reserve in your account. Just in case. The money doesnʼt leave your
account—you just canʼt use it until the trade is completed. Thatʼs why I say you have a 20%
return. In this particular case youʼre going to make $1,070, but your broker is going to put
about $5,000 on hold in your account. If you do that math, itʼs just over 20%. The way you
figure that is by dividing the cash in ($1,070) by the cost, or cash out ($5,000)
$1,070 ÷ $5,000 = .214 or 21%
Twenty-one percent is not bad for a monthʼs work, huh? Oh yeah, youʼll want to set some
alerts to let you know if your trade is in trouble, and then go out and hit some golf balls. In
about three weeks, this trade will have completely played out on its own, and you will be the
proud owner of a 21% ROI.

To be completely honest, I use the figure 20% because thatʼs the minimum Iʼm willing to make
on this trade. However, I routinely do better than 20%, as you saw in this example above. Itʼs
not uncommon for me to do the same trade and bring in 24-27%. Sometimes I can even
make over 30% in less than one month!!! I LOVE this strategy. Oh, Iʼm sorry, I failed to
mention the best part about this strategy: itʼs got a 90% chance of making you money every

Letʼs talk about risk for a moment. Some advanced traders I know do not like this strategy
because they say itʼs boring. Hey, with 20% a month, most people will gladly be bored! They
think itʼs boring because it has limited income potential. Meaning, once you sell the option,
thatʼs the most you can make off the trade. What they fail to give credit to is the limited risk
that accompanies this trade. Every trading strategy, no matter how simple or complex, brings
with it a risk. And like most things in life, the greater the risk, the greater the reward. I love this
strategy exactly because it is boring. But not only that, this strategy has two additional built-in
features that make me love it more.

The cold hard reality about the stock market is you cannot always be right. If you ever meet
someone who tells you they are always right and never make a bad trade, theyʼre lying. No
one is that good. I met a guy one time who claimed heʼs right on his trades 9 out of 10 times. I
congratulated him, but I donʼt believe him. Thatʼs because you just canʼt be right that much.
Truth is, a good trader will be right 6-8/10. Thatʼs 60-80% of the time. Letʼs define right.
“Right” means the stock does what you think itʼs going to do. If you buy a stock, you buy it
because you “think” itʼs going to go up. What happens if it doesnʼt? You were wrong.
Letʼs do the statistics on that. We already said thereʼs three directions the stock market can
go: up, down, and nowhere (or sideways). So if you buy a stock, expecting it to go up, what are your chances of being right? Only 1/3. Thatʼs a 33% chance of being right. So a GOOD
trader will be accurate 60-80% of the time with his 1/3 chances.

When you sell an option, you make the money up front. You have limited upside potential, but
your risk is limited—and hereʼs how. In our case we sold a bull put spread, because we
thought the stock was going to go up. If it goes up you keep your money and you were right. If
it goes sideways, however, you also keep your money. “You mean it didnʼt go up and I keep
my money?” Yep. That means in 2/3 of the situations you keep your money. Thatʼs a full 1/3
better odds than buying stock. But what if it goes down? Well, we built in a $5 cushion, so it
could actually go down $5 and you would STILL keep you money. I figure that puts your odds
at about a 9/10 chance of being right. Ahh! I LOVE this strategy!!!

But thatʼs not all. Besides being structured so you can make money 90% of the time, thereʼs
also a built-in safety valve, just in case you are really wrong! Letʼs say you think the stock is
going to go up, but the whole market turns the other way, like what happened in October
2008. What do you do? Well, you simply buy back the $80 put you sold, and you have closed
your liability on that leg. But you own whatʼs called a long position on the bottom, and that
position, well, it has UNLIMITED growth potential! Itʼs one of those positions that can earn
200, 300, or even 400% ROI! Ha! Thatʼs why the rich donʼt care which way the market moves.
They make money even when theyʼre wrong . . . and I mean REALLY WRONG!!!
So what Iʼm telling you is that with this strategy you can make 20% ROI in one month.

After I
train you, 60-80% of the time you will be right in picking your market direction. However, your
odds of keeping your money are 9/10. And yet if youʼre really, really wrong, you can make a
whole lot more than you meant to make! This strategy is so consistent, it is my absolute single favorite retirement strategy. Itʼs so consistent Iʼm willing to promise anyone who is willing to let
me train them and to follow my system that he or she can trade this strategy and make 20%
ROI every month. I donʼt care if you start with $5k, $10k, or $40k. The strategy works the
same, every time.

Now I know after all of this your brain is probably going a little bit crazy. Itʼs a lot of new
information very fast. For those of you who have never traded or studied options before,
please take my free e-course on basic options trading. Then once you understand options
better, you can read through this strategy again, and it will make more sense to you.
I need to warn you: credit spreads are considered a level 4 options strategy, meaning theyʼre
considered complicated. Theyʼre not really, once you understand them, but PLEASE make
sure you understand this strategy fully before you use it. Misusing information can cost you
greatly, and to be honest, itʼs just not worth learning some lessons the hard way. I explain
credit spreads in complete detail in my advanced training class Foundations of Stocks and


The rich play by a different set of rules.

The rich have investment vehicles you didnʼt know about.

With proper education you can use the same investment vehicles.

You can make 20% ROI each month on your money with credit spreads.

With credit spreads you make your money 90% of the time, and if youʼre really wrong,
you make a whole lot more!
If you take a little time to learn what you donʼt know, that knowledge will pay off many
dividends beyond your wildest imagination. I hope this has helped open your eyes to the
reality that you really can retire on just $10,000, and you donʼt have to wait until youʼre 65 to
do it. You can do it right now. For more information, please visit our website at

Jeremy Whaley is co-founder of TradeSmart University, a company dedicated to helping others achieve
financial freedom by making financial education available to anyone who desires to find it. He is also an avid
trader, entrepreneur, and professional musician.





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