There are two sides on Wall Street: the right vs. wrong side, spring vs. fall, red vs. green. We are at a turning point.

On the (now) wrong side, it is fall, markets are showing red which a sure sign of blood on (the wrong side) of wall street.

On the other side of wall street, it is the beginning of spring time.

The spring is as a coiled spring that will go up, or spring as in Spring the Season.

The stuff you see now see falling or laying on wall street is regarded as dead leafs by those on the wrong side, but green stuff for those on the right side of the street.

The wall street tree is about to turn green. It is time to take the right side of wall street. Spring has come to the right of wall street.

Here is some idea on how you can play it safely (if you are in fear). and plan to build a retirement nest on the wall street tree. Buy an ETF stock (QQQQ, IWM, DIA, XLF, or SPY). Sell a deep ITM call at a strike equal to 40% of the 52 week high of each of these stocks.

You should make a 15% return on your investment before the next 10 months. Projeted yearly, and including dividends, you could well make more than 25% return, using a safe strategy.

There is another way to increase those returns (double them!). But it works only in brokerage account (none retirement account).

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  1. Anonymous  

    October 26, 2008 at 1:53 AM


  2. Anonymous  

    October 28, 2008 at 10:58 PM

    stop your spam

  3. Anonymous  

    October 29, 2008 at 11:13 PM


    Your strategy is excellent, since in about every case since the 17th century, a banking crisis at the end of the credit cycle results in at least a 60% fall in equity prices.

    I do however think that its RUDE to use someone else's Blog as a come-on for your own business schemes....

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