How a Karate Instructor learned to limit his risk to 5%...
I'm Kurt Frankenberg, and I have discovered how to truly put the odds on the side on the individual investor. It uses a principle that has been in front of our eyes all along, but is rarely used or understood. Other systems advocate treating the stock market like a business. My system really does. After reading The Blueprint, you'll understand what I mean by that.
After making and losing what seemed to me like a fortune many times over, I finally decided to step back and see what it was that made some people fail and others succeed. I found that there are certain skills that successful people have in common, even though their personality and approach to the market may be different. I also found that the approaches that emphasized longer terms of holding, trading with the long-term trend, and having money management rules did the best. One thing was lacking, however, and that was a true understanding of how to reduce one's risk by managing time. It is this principle that all RadioActive Trades are founded upon.
Limit losses to whatever risk you are comfortable with...
After looking at the potential of the married put, I hit on the idea of using other options strategies for income. The result of my study is a system that I outline in The Blueprint. The system allows the potential upward growth that goes with owning an explosive, winning stock. At the same time, it limits a loss in the position to whatever risk you are comfortable with. The beauty of the system is that if the bottom falls out of any investment, the most you can possibly lose is the risk amount you decided was acceptable when you entered the trade. Even if the company comes out with news of "accounting discrepancies", you can't possibly lose more. But you can gain! It's a matter of math. I call my method "The RadioActive Profit Machine" or RPM for short.
RPMs, or RadioActive Profit Machines, are built using components that are available to any investor with $2,500 or more to trade. In the case of working with real radioactive materials, one configuration can make a destructive device. Another arrangement of the same materials produces the cleanest burning, most efficient power source known to man.
10 different ways to take out profits, whether a stock moves up or down...
The Blueprint actually walks you through each step of a RadioActive Trade. It will show in detail how to find stocks and options that meet the criteria for an RPM (RadioActive Profit Machine). After assembling an RPM, you'll want to know what the buy, sell, and income signals are. There are at least 10 different ways to take out profits, whether a stock moves up or down.
After learning my story and seeing my RadioActive Trading methodology, Ernie Zerenner, President of the Power Financial Group, Inc. publishers of PowerOptions®, started using it and decided to buy it for his PowerOptions subscribers, many of whom were trading covered calls and calendar call spreads with no protection against a downturn in the market (like most of 2008).
Self-directed tools or trade along with our picks...
This web site is our combined effort to give every investor the knowledge, services and tools that they need to be successful investors. Whether you prefer to use self-directed tools to find and manage your trades or you prefer to trade along with our picks and management we publish in Fusion - Power Financial Group, Inc. has what you need to be successful and protect your invested assets (capital preservation). This site offers some free and some "pay-as-you-go" investor eduction, and the implementation products so you can quickly and easily start using this methodology to start trading.
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"Ernie, I LOVE The Blueprint! I can't wait to subscribe to the service for that strategy (I have the basic subscription now). I wish I'd discovered it earlier! I use Think or Swim but traded myself into a corner last year and have to claw my way back to having some buying power, then I will be "all in". Meanwhile,.. thanks ever so much!"