Profitable Since 1983
Ken Trester started trading options 32 years ago when the first exchanges opened in 1973.
As the nation's foremost professional options trader Ken is not just an "options educator." He also actively trades his own account.
Ken's options success secret is startlingly simple. It's a strategy basic to all investing. Ken only recommends cheap, underpriced options. In other words he "buys low and sells high."
It's a simple theory but hard to put to work unless you have a math genius and computer whiz like Ken Trester on your side.
The trick is knowing how to find and buy underpriced options. Ken does this by using his computerized modeling system (based on 31 years of real time, real life trading) that tells Ken, and you, which options are underpriced.
How Does Ken Trester Profit?
It's a three-step process:
#1 Once a week Ken runs his proprietary computer program which plucks out the most active, volatile and potentially most profitable stocks for options
He then takes this small handful of stocks and once again runs them through two additional programs that tell him two critical factors:
#2 Which options will most likely become profitable in the next three weeks.
#3 Which options are cheap and underpriced.
Ken's filtering system sizes up thousands of different options every week and identifies the ones that cost far less than their fair theoretical value.
In The Complete Option Report he recommends 3 or 4 option investments twice every week.
These recommendations are the rare nuggets that he has mined from the complete options universe - the ones with the biggest and most certain profit potential. It's an investment technique that is tedious and often difficult but one that has never failed to profit since Ken began publishing his newsletter in 1982.
More About Ken Trester
Ken has written two books on options. He has earned considerable respect as a financial advisor, is a popular lecturer at investment gatherings and he is widely quoted in publications such as Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities and Barron's.
Ken has been a computer science professor at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California, where he also taught a popular course on stock options trading.
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