Todd Johnson
Attention: Max $1998 Refund
Topic: Options for 1-Year
Offers Left: 4-Individuals Offer Left
Deadline: January 16, 2007
Rules: I will use $999-capital to make option trades. At the end of the year – 12.31.2017 – , the value must be $1998. This is a 100% return and applies to those who have signed up. I will REFUND $1998 if I DON”T EARN a 100% RETURN FOR YOU. NO REFUNDS – ONLY a GUARANTEE or YOUR MONEY BACK.
THIS APPLIES TO THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY SIGNED UP for the 10% GUARANTEE. THIS IS A 100% GUARANTEE NOW MAKING IT A BETTER DEAL FOR YOU.

4-individuals offers remain. SIGN UP IF YOU WANT TO SIGN UP. THIS IS THE BEST OFFER I HAVE. ANY QUESTIONS BEFORE SIGNING UP SO YOU ARE SURE OF THE RULES. 

Good morning,

The “$999 100% Guarantee Portfolio” if I don’t earn a minimum of 10% for the year. The guarantee is for $999, you will receive a collection of stocks (see below) that earn a total of 100%. If it does not, then you receive the $999 as a refund. You have to buy the stocks that I recommend. 

This 20-30 position portfolio will be overweight dividend positions and special situation positions. It will be different than the Retirement portfolio although some positions will be the same. I changed the last day to sign up to next Monday, January 16 – 2017. I don’t plan on putting together a portfolio where I have to refund all the money collected. I plan to make this an annual event to see what type of return I can achieve when I have to refund monies paid in. Todd

If I don’t earn 100%, then I will send your $999 back to you. The worst case scenario is earning 10%. If you want to sign up, Paypal $999. I’ll make the tracking fairly easily for participants. I will use:

  1. options
  2. mostly stocks with protective puts and selling calls
  3. focusing upon cycles
  4. warrants
  5. spinoffs
  6. special situations
  7. ETFs to hedge or be long any pending cycle
  8. The key is CBOE had Feb 1st interest rates Fed rates going up 50-75 basis points (read: 1/2 of 1% or 3/4 of 1%) on February 1st. The last Fed meeting stated the Fed has a higher anticipation of rising rates than 1 month before. 

This is something I would sign up for because risk is on your side. Risk is against me. 

Trades for Today. Newsletter goes out Next Year

This email has a few trades to begin the new year. There were numerous trades to close the year due to a 50-75 basis point move likely by February 1. The option newsletter (Big Deal) will have a couple new positions being sent out tomorrow. The Retirement (focus on safety and income, special situations, small caps) Newsletter will go out tomorrow.

I wanted to add a few positions today since it is the first day of the day. A rising rate environment is negative for the market. I want to have positions that will benefit in this scenario. “Don’t fight the fed” means, in part, assume stocks will go down if rates rise – everything being equal. 

Trades

Ask any questions on this once a year special. 

I am looking to focus on high quality monthly dividend growth stocks.

Todd

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