You will need more than luck to make it in the financial markets, at least over the long term. What really makes trading successful is the right strategy; and making sure that you follow it with discipline. This is in line to the main goals of The Oxford Club – to beat market returns.
One current strategy that seems to come through for us every time entails buying discounted stocks. We also get paid for making the attempt. As with the practices of The Oxford Club, the strategy is unique, time-tested, and a proven success in real life.
But to get started, you have to set up an options account first. The process is simple enough, and it requires only five minutes of your time. That is the only price you have to pay to enjoy the lucrative trading service The Oxford Club is offering at the moment.
Creating this account requires that you set up a typical trading account first. Once that is over and done with, you can go the “options” feature in your account. You will be asked to choose your preferred choice of options, and you should go with “long” and “covered call” options trades. Still, you can also call your broker and have a chat about setting up an options account.
Otherwise, to enhance your potential rewards (another important goal for The Oxford Club members) as you trade in options, you should choose a Level 5 account in order to enjoy leveraged trading. With this account, it is possible to trade with just 10% of your investment. A word of caution though, use margin carefully. With the great potential for rewards it brings with it, this form of trading also increases the odds of costly mistakes.
Anyway, with the options account in operation, you will have to make a deposit of maybe between $15,000 and $25,000 to act as protection when you fail to close the trade before its expiration or get put. Fortunately, under all circumstances, you will end up winning with this strategy.
You win when the trade gets put. And when it expires, you will have simply bought a valuable stock at a heavily discounted price. So, this strategy does not just help you beat market returns, it helps you preserve your wealth when your intended profit potential cannot be attained; which is what The Oxford Club is all about.