How to Grow a $2,500 Account Through A Simple, Weekly Options Strategy
A Game Plan to Potentially Retiring in 5-Years Through a Powerful Compounding Formula
The words “safely” and “astronomically” generally cannot be used in the same sentence when discussing growing a trading account. But that is precisely what I show you how to do in my 1-2 Super Punch Strategy Short Course.
When I use the word “safely”, I do not mean there are no risks in trading. Of course, there are risks in trading. However, the issue is: How much risk are you taking for how much potential gain?

What you are about to learn is a way to geometrically grow your account while taking A FRACTION OF THE RISKS…as in, if you can allocate $2,500 to this strategy, you have the potential to create a 6-figure income.

See my option pattern structure for yourself:

This is a solid trade with slightly bigger risks to the upside and maximum risk to the downside at $136.

You can see a wide profit zone which gives you a higher probability that as the market moves through the profit zone, you’ll have the opportunity to exit the trade before it reaches the slightly bigger risk area to the upside. 

My 1-2 Super Punch Approach Takes Advantage of the Cash Flow Relationship Between Friday Expiration Options and Monday Expiration Options

It is a Combination of 2 Simple Diagonal Spreads Placed on as a Single Order
  • Set it and Forget it
  • Available Every Week
  • ​Absolutely Limited Risks
  • ​Very Favorable Risk/Reward Metrics
  • ​Efficient Compounding
Here is a real trade result (Actual Fills, No Hypotheticals) with this approach: 
Here is a 3-trade combination that ultimately cleared almost $4,000 in less than a week with ridiculously small risks:
Here is another 3 set trade series:
All of these are actual fills (I could show you many, many more), and are a bit more complex than what I am going to show you with the 1 – 2 Super Punch. But I wanted to show you the extent of what can happen with this very, very powerful concept. 

It borderlines on ridiculous.

There is a simplicity with the 1 - 2 Super Punch option pattern to be able to start implementing the trades on a single lot almost immediately for most traders who already have a basic understanding of option spreads.
Within my 1-2 Super Punch Short Course, I will go through Variations of 2 separate pattern.

I will break each piece down and then I will explain exactly how and why they are being combined.

You will see:
  • Simple Bullish 
  • Simple Bearish
  • ​Simple Neutral
  • ​1 – 2 Super Punch Bullish
  • ​1 – 2 Super Punch Bearish
  • ​1 – 2 Super Punch 4 Basic Variations
Join the community of traders who consistently realize a small average weekly net profit compounded can potentially be scaled to a 5-figure weekly income.
ONLY $97
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