How to Make 200% In The Money Lab

This week, I’m in Scotland – pictures and videos will be forthcoming!

When I get back, I’ll be making a brand-new “Money Lab” recommendation for my 10-Minute Millionaire Insiders, with a detailed “quick hit” trade and a video that walks you through exactly how to make it.

As you know – the trade videos are a new, exciting development, but I’ve been making very profitable options recommendations in 10-Minute Millionaire Insider for a long time (since back when we called it “10-Minute Millionaire Pro”). (Click here to learn more about the Money Lab – and about our “Monthly Paycheck Plan.”)

So today, I wanted to show you exactly how that works – based on a series of options wins we made on a great semiconductor stock earlier this year.

All these numbers are 100% real, and you’ll even be able to see the exact options tickers and trade instructions I used.

And you’ll be able to get a real feel for how we use the “Money Lab” to make double and triple-digit gains… so you’re all ready for our next trade.

P.S. The stock I’m about to show you is one of our oldest and most profitable friends, and I’m planning on getting back into it soon

When to Kick Your Trades Out of the Nest

Hello, 10-Minute Millionaires!

This week, I’ve been teaching church camp at beautiful Camp Pecometh on the eastern shore of Maryland – recharging my batteries – surrounded by nature and especially, birds.

For the past 5 years, we’ve had a resident family of ospreys here at camp – and today, you get to see them in all their glory. I’ve caught them behind me on my selfie camera, but here’s a closer picture so you can get a really good look.

As you can see from the nearly adult size of these “chicks,” they should be out of the nest anytime now (which factors into our trade analysis today, believe it or not).

Sometimes, as you’re well aware, we have seemingly great trades sitting in the portfolio that just won’t move – and the question becomes, do we keep them or kick them over the edge…and when and why should this happen? In keeping with today’s ornithological theme,We’ll take a “gander” at those very questions in the video below.

Have a great weekend, and God bless you!