This New Tech IPO Looks Pretty Good… If Their Marketing Can Keep Up

This morning, a new IPO launched for a lesser-known tech company, and shares jumped 50% in its debut. The company boasts excellent hardware and is well-liked by their customers, but can their marketing compete with the likes of Amazon.Com Inc. (AMZN)?

On his latest appearance on Varney & Co., D.R. Barton weighed in on whether or not he would consider this new IPO a buy.

He also discussed the key to tax reform that will give the US an edge in jobs, why he’s shorting Apple Inc. (AAPL), and what surprising retailer has rolled out same-day delivery.

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I’m Busting One of the Biggest Investing Myths of All Time

We’re going to make a little wager with you.

The next time you’re talking with a group of “informed” investors, bring up the topic of options trading. Before long, someone in your group will cite the well-known statistic that more than 90% of all options expire worthless.

And most of the other folks will nod in solemn agreement.

All the experts want us to believe that options are to retail investors what Kryptonite is to Superman.

Because of that the “90%” stat is presented as trading gospel, and is cited over and over and over again – in speeches, in magazines and in investing analyses of every type.

There’s only one problem.

It’s just not true.

In fact, it’s one of the Biggest Investing Myths of all time.

And one of the Biggest Investing Tragedies – since the folks who accept this trading tall tale are missing out on one triple-digit trade after another.

In this special Q&A session, 10-Minute Millionaire author D.R. Barton, Jr., busts this myth wide open. And he shows us how to cash in on the simplest, and most-powerful options-trading strategy you’ll ever find.

D.R. recently detailed his options strategy to Money Map Press Editor William Patalon III.

Here’s a partial transcript of their talk…


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