Are you trading or gambling?
We can teach you to make an average of
1.5% a month on your money.
"The principles of successful stock speculation are based on the supposition that people will continue in the future to make the mistakes that they have made in the past."
T.F. Woodlock quoted in "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator"
The best money managers in the world earn
about 20% a year (over a 10 year period).
...and you think that you can beat them?!
They are brilliant traders with a lot of cash and access to rooms full of the fastest computers on earth. They employ traders in every time zone so they can make money even while you sleep. They are professionals.
There is no Holy Grail, in spite of what they tell you on TV. You cannot make money using a red light, green light system. You cannot compete in these markets by working at it for only 10 minutes a day.
You can learn to consistently make about one to two percent per month. More than that - and you either don't need us - or you will continue to watch your account value gyrate as it disintegrates on it's painful path to zero. If this is you, then your risk is too high.
At Deep Pocket Options we teach you how to manage your own money so you can sleep at night. Using options properly, you can continually work to increase your profitability while lowering your market risk.
We are really bothered by web sites that make you search to find the subscription cost. How's this for transparency?
Deep Pocket Options will cost you $20 a month with no long term subscriptions or cancellation fees.
Why do we call ourselves Deep Pocket Options? Learn Why
The primary focus of DeepPocketOptions.com is on teaching you how to trade stocks and options. We are not an advisory service and we do not offer specific trade recommendations. Stock or option trading is not appropriate in all situations and you should consult with your own investment advisor before entering any stock or option position. Options and stocks involve risk and you can lose money. Prior to trading you must recieve a copy of Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options.