Dear Reader,

I don’t want to take up too much of your time.

So let me cut right to the chase:

Are you serious about putting thousands of extra dollars in your pocket this year?

If the answer is yes, you won’t find an easier and safer way to do it than with my advanced income trading service.

It’s called High Yield Trader.

In just two short years, it has rewarded investors with cumulative gains of 749.05%.*

Each trade requires only a few clicks on your part.

The reward is huge: you could earn instant cash in your account.

Not tomorrow, next week or next month, but right now.

By making these extremely simple and low risk trades over and over again…

High Yield Trader readers have been able to make thousands of extra profits over the last two years.

In fact, they’re pocketing total profits of $3,360, $3,380, $3,740, and $4,270.*

And the best part: they’ve been doing it while taking on almost zero risk.

Out of the 239 trades placed since 2013, 238 have been winners.

That’s a 99.6% success rate.

And you know that’s just about unheard of anywhere!

So how have we done it?

What makes my options trading strategy so much more successful than others?

It comes down to this:

Most investors approach options entirely the wrong way.

Let me explain…

Instead of seeing options as a tool to make new money on a regular basis and protect it when the market moves against them, most investors approach them like a slot machine or craps table.

Their focus is on the “one big score” just around the corner that will set them up for life. Sure, once in a very great while somebody scores big. And all the hoopla pumps up other investors who think they can do the exact same thing.

As we know, this rarely happens. More risk does not mean bigger rewards.

For example, an investor who purchases an options contract for 100 shares of a “hot” stock might think he’s getting a great bargain – which will be all the sweeter once the stock soars.

But in order for his plan to work out, the stock not only has to soar like he thinks it will, it has to do so before the option expires.

That’s a pretty big gamble, in my opinion. Small wonder why the Options Clearing Corporation says 70% to 80% of investors who buy options to make big gains actually lose money.

The question is, why on earth would anybody continue to risk their wealth like this when the odds are so stacked against them – especially when they could just as easily put themselves on the winning side of nearly every trade?

Casino owners understand this better than anyone else.

Much of the market consists of desperate players who will risk almost anything if it means a chance to make once-in-a-lifetime winnings. So all casinos have to do is let them part with their cash.

It’s the exact same thing with options.

By selling options – betting against the suckers who take on the big risks – you not only eliminate the risks that come with ownership, you get paid hundreds or even thousands of dollars, every time.

For example, two years ago I saw that Microsoft (MSFT) was "under bought" and due for a spike in its share price.

So my readers and I began selling a series of puts on it – giving us the chance to make an extra $4,270 in just two years.*

Last year, I saw the same thing happening with Apple (AAPL) and sold puts on it as well.

The result: we were able to pocket $3,360 in just eight months!*

We did even better with our puts on Facebook (FB), able to emerge $6,460 richer in only two years.*

Just by betting on the right side of the table, we’ve come out ahead with a +99% success rate.

Like I said, I don’t want to take up too much of your time.

All I want to do is give you the opportunity to join us as we continue hitting winner after winner.

Save $756 today.

To make it as easy as possible, I’ve done something few investment advisories have ever done:

You see, my publisher usually charges a hefty $1,250 for a full year of High Yield Trader. And I believe he’s well-justified in doing so.

But with a service as successful as this one, I feel it’s my obligation to help make it accessible to as many investors as possible.

It wasn’t easy…but after much pleading and cajoling, I finally got my publisher to slash the price of an annual subscription to High Yield Trader by 60%.

That puts $756 in your pocket right from the get-go.

But there’s a catch: you must act by midnight tonight, October 28th.

When you do, you’ll have a full 30 days to make sure High Yield Trader is right for you.

If it’s not, just let me know by the end of day 30 and you’ll receive an immediate refund.

It can’t get much better than that.

So join the party today…and get ready for the chance to put thousands of extra dollars in your pocket this year.

For more winners, more often,

Andy Crowder
Chief Options Strategist

High Yield Trader

P.S. You won’t find an easier and safer way to make big money with options than with High Yield Trader. In just two years, we’ve had the chance to pocket $3360, $3,380, $3,740, $4,270, $6,460 and more. If you’re serious about trading options, this is it.

P.P.S. Remember, you’ll save $756 when you act by midnight tonight, October 28th. After that, you must pay full price. Please don’t let this opportunity slip through your fingers.

Click Here Now

*Legal Notices: Investing in securities carries certain risks for loss just as much as it presents opportunities for profits. Our investment newsletter editors have researched the investment(s) mentioned in this marketing promotion and special report(s). The opinions included herein are those of the author, and are made using publicly available information. We are not a registered investment advisor, money manager or a broker dealer. Every investor is advised to conduct his or her own research, due diligence, and consult with a financial advisor before making an investment decision. Potential future returns or income claims made in this promotion are based on a combination of calculations, historical data, and the evaluations of our editors. Individual results may vary. The claims, projections, and estimates CANNOT be guaranteed and should not be considered as such.