So… I’m hesitant to publish this article, because the title can sound very… clickbaity.
I also WILL NOT be helping individuals figure out how to do what I’m about to tell them. No amount of pleading will make me help anyone beyond what I’m about to make you aware of.
And be sure to read all the way through to the end, to make sure you’ve read the warning.
But I’m going to publish this anyway because I believe this could help a great number of people who have been struggling financially over the past few years; people who #TheCabal have systematically robbed and deprived over the last decade.
So, first, a disclaimer:
This article references an opinion and is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.
With that out of the way, I’m going to ask you… How much do you believe in Q?
Because if you do believe Q, you believe a bunch of $FANG (Facebook, Amazon/Apple, Netflix, Google, Bluechip-Silicon-Valley-Types) stocks are about to come crashing down hard.
And I think Q means what he says. When their crimes are exposed and new #IBOR legislation is introduced, these companies will be dead.
And I think it’s going to come so much faster than many are expecting. Q just said the Seth Rich stuff will be settled by JUNE. That’s… I mean, we’re almost in May here. Seth Rich implicates HILLARY. And don’t forget “May Showers!”
Things are heating up. There is a timetable at play here.
So I’m going to introduce an “Investing 201” concept here today, to help anyone potentially profit from the coming FANG collapse. And I’ll start by asking a question:
Did you know you can make money on an investment, both if it goes up, and if it goes down?
It’s true. If investing 101 is just buying a stock and holding, hoping the price will go up, investing 201 is trading basic options contracts, which allow you to make money in either direction.
Puts and Calls, baby!
Now, I’m not going to get into the muck of this. If you want, Investopedia has great articles on all this. In fact, definitely spend some time there if you’ve never done any of this before:
An options contract allows the holder to buy or sell an underlying security at the strike price or given price. The two notable types of options are put options and call options.
But all you need to know for now is that we’re going to be focusing on BUYING PUT CONTRACTS.
What does this mean?
Simply, a Put contract reserves us the right to sell 100 shares of a stock at a certain price, by a certain date (without obligating us to exercise that option, if we don’t want).
What this means is that there’s someone out there – usually an institution like Goldman Sachs or whoever – who is willing to sell the contract to us (they get to pocket the money from the price of the contract in the meantime – and they do this all the time, as a way to generate cash on probabilities).
But we’re not playing with probabilities here. We’re playing with the #BlackSwan event known as Q!
This gives us a ton of leverage for relatively cheap.
What this means is that if the price of the underlying stock drops BELOW our strike price, we can profit from that. The lower the price goes, the more money we make.
So, just for example, if Twitter right now is 100 bucks a share (it’s not), and we think it’s worth 80, we’ll buy… say, 85 dollar puts for, idk, 10 bucks a contract.
So if Twitter goes to 80, that’s a five dollar difference from our 85 contracts.
We then tell our options broker to exercise our contracts.
The broker then buys 100 shares on the open market for 80 bucks, and then sells them to the institution who sold us the contract and who agreed to pay 85 bucks for them. We then get to pocket that 5 dollar difference (x100, so 5 bucks x 100 shares = 500 bucks, in this particular example. Minus the 10 dollar cost of the contract, that’s 490 bucks of profit. That’s leverage, baby)!
That, at its most basic, is how buying put options work.
But let’s look at a real example from the market today, live right now (as of this writing):
You can buy Facebook puts that expire on May 18th, with a 95 dollar strike, for a penny each (really, each option contract is x100, because it grants you access to 100 shares, so it costs 1 dollar per contract).
What that means is that if you spent 100 dollars on 100 Put options contracts here, and Facebook was go out of business before May 18th, you’d have made…
Did you do the math?
100 contracts * 100 shares a piece = 10,000 shares.
10,000 shares * 95 dollars = 950,000 dollars.
No, I’m not joking.
A 100 dollar investment in that particular contract could yield close to a million dollars (before taxes), if Q is right.
Yes, if you wanted to throw 1000 bucks at these puts, a total crash would mean 9.5 million dollars.
Yes, if you wanted to throw 10,000 bucks at these puts, a total crash would mean 95 million dollars.
You get the idea…
Of course… this is ALL VERY SPECULATIVE.
I don’t know if or when ANY of these FANG stocks will crash. And this is assuming a nuclear scenario – where CEOs are arrested, crimes are exposed, etc.
If you do this, you’re basically hoping for a Black Swan event, predicated on Q’s intel.
And even then, you’re liable to get the timing wrong. It could be another year before this all really unfolds. (Do I think it will be a year? Probably not. But again… this is all speculation).
But that’s why I picked the above example with Facebook.
You could throw 100 bucks at it every month, and be prepared in case anything happens.
Personally, I’m going to be throwing at least 100 bucks every single month at this (probably more), until this collapse happens. If Q is legit, and I think he is, for me, it’s not a matter of if, but when. And I personally think that “when” will be soon.
But if you decide to do this, you need to:
- Open an account with an Options broker, which usually takes a few days. Most brokers already offer this, so you just need to sign up for Options trading with them. I like TastyTrade/TastyWorks. Robinhood also does Options trading, but its in limited beta access only.
- Fund your new trading account
- Buy Puts on an underlying stock
I’m not going to help you with that. Get someone in your circle who you know is an experienced investor to help you (or get professional help).
A WORD OF WARNING:
DO NOT SELL PUTS!!!!
You want to BUY Puts here.
If you SELL Puts, and the stock tanks, YOU will be the one paying someone else MILLIONS of dollars.
That would be an absolutely devastating amateur mistake. This is why I said – GET SOMEONE WITH EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU.
And just for full disclosure, I make absolutely nothing from this. No, I’m not selling Put contracts. Believe me, I don’t have the capital for that.
I just wanted to make the Neon Legion aware of what’s actually possible here and now in the coming weeks and months.
2018 will be GLORIOUS!
And hey, if this plays out well for you, and you suddenly find yourself with a load of extra cash, buy a T-shirt!
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