October 15, 2013 at 13:12 PM EDT
A Strategy I Used To Trade Apple Inc. (AAPL), Facebook Inc (FB) and Office Depot Inc (ODP)
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strategyWhat do Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) and Office Depot Inc (NYSE:ODP) have in common? I’ve used all three of these stocks in my stock replacement strategy.

My stock replacement strategy is a technique I use to get maximum leverage, while owning some of the greatest and highest potential stocks in the world. It allows me to purchase stocks like Facebook and Apple at 1/10 or 1/20 the price. That leverage makes gains of 100% or even 1000% possible for investors.

Now, for those readers of my blog, you’ll remember this technique was taught to me early in my career by a former Goldman Sachs Trader and Harvard MBA, during my days trading for a top billionaire dollar hedge fund.

I recently used this strategy to make 90% for my readers in my premium trading service, The Billionaire’s Portfolio.  The greatest and richest billionaire hedge funds and investors in the world use this stock replacement strategy.

Why people fail trading options?

Ninety-five percent of people who trade options lose money. This is not my statistic. This is an actual number from the option exchanges. This remarkably high losing rate comes as a result of people who do not understand how options work. You should only trade options when you have an edge. If you don’t have an edge, you are throwing your money away.

My secret stock replacement strategy gives you an edge every time you trade an option. Here’s how: I only take a position when I know that there is an event or an influential investor positioned to reprice the stock. I am not throwing darts. I am betting on highly probable events. Normally, I want to see several events/catalysts lined up, with the chance of altering the course of the stock, before my option expires.

When you combine this stock replacement strategy with event driven- activist investing, you greatly improve the success rate on an option.

Disclosure:  Clients of the Billionaires Portfolio own shares of Office Depot  Inc (NYSE:ODP).  

william meadeWritten By William Meade From The Billionaires Portfolio

William Meade is the President of Pure Alpha Research, a hedge fund consulting and investment research firm. He is the former Director of Research at Zacks Investment Research in Chicago. Before that, he was the lead analyst at a top performing $1.2 Billion dollar institutional investment firm and hedge fund. Mr. Meade has a Masters in Applied Economics from The Johns Hopkins University. Learn more about William Meade and how he follows Billionaire Investors into stocks by visiting the Billionaires Portfolio.

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