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I’m getting bombarded with questions every day from readers. And while time doesn’t allow me to answer everyone individually, I do want to help as many people out as possible. 

That’s why I’m going to address a question that seems to consistently pop up in my inbox.

Can I Trade Part-Time and Make an Impact?

The answer— ABSOLUTELY YES. 

How big of a splash, is up to you. 

But first, let me answer how?

I break it down for you below… 

 

Trade On A Schedule

 

Let’s say you have some free time in your busy schedule… you find some holes where you can actually follow stocks, conduct due diligence, and execute trades. Trading becomes a cinch when you actually know your schedule.

Heck, you don’t even need to have a trading platform on your computer… you can do everything on your phone these days. 

So ask yourself:

 

  • Do I have a few minutes a day to dedicate to trading?
  • What days can I trade?
  • Can I sneak some trades and check on my positions sparingly on my phone?

 

Once you answer those questions… it’s time to find your edge.

 

Find Your Edge

 

Once you determine your trading schedule, the rest becomes a heck of a lot easier… and the next step is to find an edge in the market. Basically, “edge” is your advantage in the markets.

 It could range from technical analysis to fundamental analysis… it’s anything that increases your chances of success.

For me and many of my clients, we’ve found an edge in catalyst events and charts. All we look for is a reason that could move a stock and pair it with a pattern. It’s really that simple.

It’s what’s helped us find success with on a part-time schedule.

 

 

How does it actually work?

Well, I diligently look for my best trade idea every week… and on Mondays, I deliver that to my clients via email. The goal is to be in on Monday and out by Friday. That way, we can actually “schedule” the times we trade.

Since it’s just one trade a week, you can actually trade part-time with this strategy — Fast 5 Trades.

Skeptical?

Let me show you how it works.

 

The “Perfect” Strategy?

 

Since the inception of Fast 5 Trades, every single one of my ideas have been winners… and I’m 8 for 8, looking to extend the streak to 9 wins in 9 weeks.

Last week, I sent out my trade idea in BlackBerry (BB). I found a catalyst that signaled the stock could catch a pop… and I even provided my clients with a trading plan.

 

 

When I was conducting due diligence, I found BB had a positive catalyst with Amazon.com (AMZN), and that could’ve sent the stock soaring. Not only that, but BlackBerry had a bullish setup, as you can see on the daily chart below.

 

 

The stock broke above a key resistance level a few weeks ago… and BB was starting to get into the gap. Typically, when we see this type of price action, it’s a sign the stock could run higher.

Remember, just because I send my clients a trading plan… it doesn’t mean they need to stick to it. In fact, many of my clients got creative with the play. Rather than buying the stock outright, they turned to the options market.

 

 

 

 

 

The thing is, I don’t leave my clients hanging after I send out my best trade idea. In fact, I break down the trade after, whether it was a winner or loser… because there’s always a lesson. 

For example, after the BB trade… I realized I needed to get some clients up to speed about options trading.

 

Buying Calls 101

 

The reason I say that buying options is a good way to reduce your exposure is because of the leverage they offer. It costs less money than buying up the actual shares. 

Take a look at BlackBerry (BB), this week’s trade idea. 

 

  • Shortly after my alert went out on Monday, you could’ve bought 100 shares at $6.55 each for a total cost of $655.
  • At Tuesday’s high tick of $6.83 per share — right near our profit zone — you could’ve closed out for a gain of $28 on your 100 shares.
  • In other words, you risked $655 to make $28.

 

That’s a solid profit, and locking in small, steady winners like this on a regular basis is a great way to grow your account.

But compare this to a call-buying scenario…

 

  • Shortly before midday Monday, you could’ve bought the BB January 10 $6.50 call for $0.20 per contract (entry highlighted in yellow — probably could’ve gotten in cheaper earlier in the day, but I’m going with the first real significant volume in the contract for the session).
  • Each contract affords you control of 100 shares, so your total cash outlay to buy one call option is $20.
  • At the same high tick on Tuesday, you could’ve sold to close at $0.34 per contract (or even “settled” for $0.30, if you missed the exact peak of the day).
  • By selling to close for $34, you’d be up $14 on the trade – a 70% return!

 

If you could actually dedicate a little bit of time out of your Mondays, and execute the trade… and read the trade breakdowns, you could actually trade on a part-time schedule.

If you missed out on my Fast 5 Trades thus far, it’s okay. There’s nothing you can do about it now. However, there is some good news for you…

You can prepare yourself for my next Fast 5 Trade and check out the premium members’ section, and you’ll see all the trade updates, as well as an extensive training library.

Put yourself in a position to win and trade on a part-time schedule with Fast 5 Trades!

Author: Kyle Dennis

Straight outta college Kyle Dennis taught himself to trade, and then made over $7 million in trading profits by the time he was 28 years old. Kyle reveals how to find, track, and profit from lucrative trades for exceptional profits. Thousands of traders follow him every day to learn how to target these high probability trades.

A failed swiss entrepreneur recently revealed to a jury the secret methods he used to rake in $70M in illegal profit from an elaborate worldwide insider trading scheme.

Marc Demane Debih went through great lengths, as he stole information from his girlfriend who worked at a bank, fed stories to reporters, and even paid off stock tipsters. To cover his tracks, he disguised illegal trades by using other people’s accounts (nothing new there).

We see this type of insider trading all the time… but today, we finally get an inside look from the horse’s mouth and EXACTLY how he did it.

 

Failed Swiss Entrepreneur Testifies For U.S. Prosecutors


Marc has already pleaded guilty to dozens of insider trading charges (good for him for admitting his wrongdoings), but he’s not going down without a fight. Instead, he’s snitching on the other
inside traders… he’s probably hoping to get his sentence reduced by spilling the beans.

Telemaque Lavidas is the first person in this intricate scheme to stand trial after the government conducted a multiyear probe of this insider-trading conspiracy.

When faced with a New York jury, Demane Debih stated, “I was using information, secret information, non-public information that I was getting from sources — investment bankers, people working at companies.”

Demane Debih also stated, “We agree with each other to share inside information and rumors… if he got inside information, he would give it to me. I would trade it for him.”

That’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Marc exposed how they actually produced profits after they exchanged stock tips.

 

How The Insider Network Disguised Trades

Demane Debih explained to jurors in a simple fashion how they disguised illegal trades. All they had to do was get the information and use other folks to buy shares of the company. Not only that, but they would scoop up similar stocks… then sell a portion of their profits off the table.

How did they actually communicate?

Of course in person or on burner phones, Axe Cap style.

 

 

In order to hide his payments to the stock tippers, he would pay them off with straight cash. Marc noted he received leaks from John Dodelande — an art collector who was well-connected to investment bankers.

According to Debane Debih, the art collector would steal documents and information, and shared them with him… a whopping 15+ times. Since Dodelande was an art collector, it was pretty simple for Marc.

He created fake invoices for artworks to hide his payments to Dodelande for the inside information… and the art collector took in more than $12M!

Not only that, but Marc also let jurors know that he would use illegal tips and dole them out to financial news outlets… and took profits when the rumors started to hit the wire.

The trial is ongoing, and I’m sure we’ll get some more information that’ll grind our gears. In the meantime, there’s nothing we can really do on our end to get rid of these insiders. However, I’m not going to cry and shout, “The game is rigged!”

 

Riding the Coattails Of Inside Traders

Instead, I’m looking for ways to piggyback off these inside traders. You see, a lot of the time, these scummy players love to use the options market to hide their trades. 

Why?

Well, it allows them to “covertly” place massive bets based on non-public information. They may think it makes the SEC’s job a heck of a lot harder… but the thing is every single option trade that goes off on U.S. soil must be reported to the Options Price Reporting Authority (OPRA).

That means we can legally detect their every move. We don’t know the information, all we know is someone is loading the boat and they may know something. Basically, all I do is look at the order flow and pair it with a bullish chart

Sounds easy, right?

Well, it is.

My Dollar Ace trading system is the closest thing you’ll get to copy and paste… and my scanner does all the hard work. I just interpret the information and alert my clients.

I spotted some pretty unusual options activity (UOA) in Beyond Meat (BYND) — every trader’s favorite fake meat company.

 

 

A massive options player (potentially an insider) gobbled up about 1,000 calls in BYND. There were so many potential catalysts on the table for BYND, and the UOA signaled the stock could run-up.

In addition to the options activity, BYND had a chart that was a screaming buy to me.

 

 

If you look at the daily chart above, BYND found support around the $70 and held at that level.

There were so many levels above, and I figured that the stock could get there real quick if there was a positive catalyst. Not only that but if it broke above that level, it could test the $100 level and fill the gap.

Here’s what happened with BYND just a few days after I got in…

 

 

Right to that resistance level!

Now, rather than holding onto the trade (the expiration date on the calls I purchased was fast approaching), I decided to take my profits and re-evaluate the play.

 

 

A 33% winner is nothing to be sad about… but BYND made a massive move yesterday and got all the way to $90!

 

 


I’m so stoked that
my clients took part and crushed the trade, as many of them more than doubled their money!

 

 

I had a 260% win on BYND calls, my largest ever, so no, not sleepy LOL ~ Craig M.

 

 

 


In a sea full of insiders, we don’t have to complain. Instead,
you can directly profit off their every move, legally and ethically. 

Let Dollar Ace put the power back into your hands, and you’ll have an unfair advantage in the market.

 

Author: Kyle Dennis

Straight outta college Kyle Dennis taught himself to trade, and then made over $7 million in trading profits by the time he was 28 years old. Kyle reveals how to find, track, and profit from lucrative trades for exceptional profits. Thousands of traders follow him every day to learn how to target these high probability trades.

You’ve probably heard of Herbalife (HLF) before… whether it be from a friend who tried to get you into the company, or if you watched the Netflix documentary, Betting on Zero, starring billionaire hedge fund investor Bill Ackman.

 

 

Heck, there was even a CNBC Special — the “Battle Of The Billionaires” — featuring Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman— all centered around Herbalife.

 

 

Bill Ackman came out at the Sohn Conference in 2012 and attacked Herbalife with a 300+ slide presentation, and put his money where his mouth was. He noted HLF was a pyramid scheme doomed to fail. However, 5 years after his massive bet against the company… he had to take his licks and unwind his position—losing nearly $1B for his investors. 

Icahn won the battle… and that’s because he didn’t let his emotions get in the way. 

Not only that, but he used the options market to establish his bullish opinion in HLF. He was able to become a corporate “insider” on the cheap, and of course, he knew what his downside was.

When it comes to trading and investing, Icahn is what many would call a genius… and he got out of a chunk of his position when the time was right. 

It was what seemed like a well-timed trade, but since he was close to the company… he may have known something.

There’s something we could learn about the Herbalife battle… and I think it could help us tap into the minds of the Wall Street whales.

 

Herbalife’s Intricate Business Model

 

Herbalife is currently available in 94 different countries, the company’s global presence is what got Herbalife into a $20M jam for misleading investors.

You see, slinging Herbalife products in the U.S. and most places around the world is a whole different game than trying to sell those shakes in China. China’s laws allow people to directly sell their products. However, the structure of the company is completely forbidden. 

Herbalife is a multi-level marketing (MLM) company, technically not a pyramid scheme (that’s why it’s 100% legal in the U.S). 

Basically, the way MLMs work is simple — it’s recruiting, on top of recruiting, on top of recruiting, with bit sales sprinkled in. The more people someone recruits to sell Herbalife products, and the more they recruit, the more money they make. 

93 countries let Herbalife follow this typical format. However, China is a whole different game because MLMs are against the law. 

 

HLF Didn’t Care About Investors

 

What’s worse is investors didn’t get informed about the risks involved in Herbalife’s unusual compensation procedure in China, which brought rise to the matter. Of course, the company didn’t care. Instead, they tried to cover their tracks.

Herbalife made a statement explaining its operations in China, “Our independent service providers in China are compensated with service fees instead of the distributor allowances and royalty overrides utilized in our traditional marketing program.” 

Herbalife even alleged that its service providers were paid an hourly wage, a substantial difference from anywhere else in the world. 

The issue here was the fact the company’s statement was 100% false and misleading to investors.

How so?

Herbalife’s compensation model in China is damn similar to the other 93 countries it operates in. In fact, the compensation is almost exactly the same despite the MLM issue.

Smells fishy, right?

 

Herbalife’s Web Of Lies

 

Here’s how they tried to fineness the MLM issue.

HLF calculated the pay in the Chinese market based on downline purchases, with bit of accounting adjustments. The result being the pay for selling Herbalife in China is almost the exact same as MLM friendly countries.

To top off Herbalife’s web of lies, China’s service providers didn’t even have to list their hours or describe the work they did on the invoices they sent in! The company kindly provided pre-printed sheets with hours for services rendered. All they needed to do was sign the papers. 

Why this is all so important is Herbalife’s public fillings had China as Herbalife’s LARGEST region of revenue growth from 2012 to 2015. 

In 2015 it accounted for 19% of all worldwide sales. In 2017 and 2018 it accounted for about 20% of Herbalife’s sales worldwide. In 2017 and 2018 China had around $886 million and $1 billion in net sales.

Think about it, all these numbers came from little pre-printed invoices to skirt pyramid scheme laws.

Former Herbalife salespeople in China spoke out and noted the invoices they received didn’t even remotely resemble the actual hours they worked. Most salespeople’s invoices typically had identical hours to that of the Herbalife text they received telling them their eligible hours.

In 2015 and 2016, out of the 389,539 Herbalife salespeople who submitted invoices in China, only .05% of the payments differed from the texted amount.

Herbalife cruised along with this business model for years, reporting bogus numbers and making false public statements. 

Finally, after 6 years Herbalife got caught. 

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Herbalife with making false and misleading public statements about China’s service provider compensation. Which in turn denied investors of the vital data they needed to fully gauge the risk of investing in Herbalife stock.

Herbalife tapped out to the SEC’s findings that it violated specific anti-fraud and reporting provisions under the federal securities laws. But it never admitted or denied a thing. However, Herbalife had to chalk up a $20 million penalty as well as cease and desist from making this error again. That’s just a slap on the wrist for the multi-billion dollar company.

 

How To Profit Off The Backs Of Wall Street “Insiders”

 

The thing is, if you were able to spot Carl Icahn’s massive buying in HLF… you could’ve locked down a monster winner.

 

 

He started to purchase call options in Herbalife and started off with a 13% stake in the company, controlling a whopping 11M shares. He more than doubled his money at one point on a portion of his options position… and you actually could’ve taken part if you had the right strategy in place.

When it comes to the options market, it becomes very hard to hide your moves. Every options trade that goes off on U.S. exchanges must be reported to the Options Price Reporting Authority (OPRA).

That means the information is there for the world to see. The only thing we don’t know is why the Wall Street whales are placing these massive bets… and of course, we don’t know who is actually behind the trade.

When I see a massive options order hits the tape, all I know is the someone is buying and I should keep an eye on the trade.

Let me show you how it all works.

I spotted a massive options order go off in Beyond Meat (BYND).

 

 

A massive options player swept up about 1,000 calls in BYND… and there was a potential catalyst event. Not only that, but the chart signaled BYND could catch a massive bounce.

 

 

BYND found support and the next resistance level to keep an eye on was around $85. So I figured that the stock could get there real quick. Not only that, but if it broke above that level, it could test the $100 level and fill the gap.

Here’s what happened with BYND just a few days after I got in…

 

 

Right to that resistance level!

Now, rather than holding onto the trade (the expiration date on the calls I purchased was fast approaching), I decided to take my profits and re-evaluate the play.

 

 

I was able to lock in a 33% winner, but some of my clients were able to do much better than I did

I had a 260% win on BYND calls, my largest ever, so no, not sleepy LOL ~ Craig M.

 

 

How were we able to lock in this massive winner?

By using my Dollar Ace strategy. It’s designed to sniff out the moves of Wall Street’s best options traders, and we can legally ride their coattails. 

My Dollar Ace scanner flags down smart-money bets and tells me what they’re buying and the type of move they’re expecting from the trade.  

By tracking their footprints, we’re able to get into the same trades, and profit alongside them. If you’re ready to take advantage of this unfair edge in the options market, click here to watch this exclusive training session.

Author: Kyle Dennis

Straight outta college Kyle Dennis taught himself to trade, and then made over $7 million in trading profits by the time he was 28 years old. Kyle reveals how to find, track, and profit from lucrative trades for exceptional profits. Thousands of traders follow him every day to learn how to target these high probability trades.