Simplertrading – Bruce Marshall Trader – Black Swan Blueprint: Generate Options Income While You Protect Your Portfolio
Bruce is the Director of Options and Income Trading and devoted mentor here at Simpler. After spending many years on Wall Street managing institutional and retail accounts, we’re lucky to have him trading in several memberships of ours. In addition to the Options Chatroom, he has his own service called Bruce’s Income Accumulation System (BIAS), where he focuses heavily on some of his favorite strategies. He’s a meticulous planner and organizer.
This is your opportunity to live trade the Black Swan Blueprint with Bruce and deepen your mastery. You get to interact via chat and watch Bruce’s screen as he looks for high probability options income and hedging setups during market hours. Live trading offers the fastest way to absorb and internalize your new strategy and ‘make it your own’. As always, our informal goal is to strive to make enough profit to more than pay for the class (obviously, no promises).
During this timely new class, Bruce will reveal how he generates income from volatility and protects his portfolio against serious ‘Black Swan’ market downturns. You’ll discover his blueprint for short, medium, and long-term hedging strategies. Each time frame follows the proven step-by-step training Bruce delivered to hedge fund manager trainees back in his Wall Street days. These strategies can be easily scaled for small and large account sizes.
Important: Your interactive online class includes the complete recordings for the live strategy session, so you can review the video training as often as you want at your convenience.
Here’s What’s Included:
- How to set up low-cost and no-cost long-term portfolio hedges
- How Bruce gets positioned correctly for Black Swan events
- Bruce’s favorite setups for earnings, elections, and bad news
- Step-by-step blueprint for ‘beginner friendly’ option income setups
- How to profit from the historic volatility ahead for 2020
- When to target 100%+ gains on rare ‘Black Swan’ events with limited risk