How to Limit Risk and Leave Your Upside Open with Married Puts

How to Limit Risk and Leave Your Upside Open with Protective Puts

Get the free options guide that has been helping traders since 2002.

The Sketch is a scaled-down version of a larger document I wrote in 2002, called The Blueprint. I think you'll want to buy it eventually... but it's not my intent to sell it to you here.

You can get The Sketch for FREE and learn how to let your winning investments run while limiting the losing ones.

What I do want to do is tell you about a way to STOP getting into TROUBLE in your stock and options trades... and start winning instead.

Strangely enough, my RadioActive Trading system has none of the things that most trading systems talk about. Fundamental analysis, interpreting charts, win/loss ratios...

...none of it ever even comes into play, as much as one simple thing that all the other systems out there are missing:

An ironclad way to stop losing money, and hang on to your stock gains.

What exactly The Sketch is and how can you use it.

Maximize Wins and Limit Losses Early

Using this proven strategy, you can actually control losses in the single digits... while letting your winners run.

Clear Examples and Trade Setups

Using this proven strategy, you can actually control losses in the single digits... while letting your winners run.

Not Like Any Other Strategy

This strategy is the only long stock investing method that bets on a sure thing: Setting up a stock and buying put option configuration whose value is secured with a definite selling price. This absolutely defines your maximum possible loss.

FREE Protective Put Guide

Learn everything you need to use Protective Puts to let your winning investments run, while limiting your losses.


Kurt Frankenberg

In 2002, I began to apply to the trading market some proven principles I learned as a mixed martial arts coach. Rather than regurgitate the tired covered calls method, or a simple married put.. or even the "Adjustable Collar" that some option trading gurus are teaching, the RadioActive Trading approach uses TWELVE distinct, different adjustments to a married put position. Each "Income Method" is appropriate to a particular market, expectation, and the needs of the individual trader.

It's like having TWELVE different arrows in your quiver instead of ONE.