Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 13, 2007
A new stock investing strategy training system entitled "The Stock Market Landlord Technique", developed by investor and entrepreneur Christopher Roth, provides the opportunity to learn and develop investment skills that offer a 3-5% minimum monthly return on investment.
Christopher's method is an established format, the simplicity of which has long eluded the majority of people investing their money. Christopher stresses that there are no real 'secrets' here, just the sharing of information that Wall Street and stock brokers keep close to their chests. His concise and direct teaching method offers step-by-step instructions and the tips, advice and investment recommendations of a seasoned professional 'call-writer'.
The full book 'The Stock Market Landlord' is scheduled for release October 10th 2007 although a report explaining the system and offering pointers as to how to get started is available now at http://www.RentWallStreet.com.
'Writing covered calls' or, more simply, selling options for other investors to buy stock you own, is not new to Wall Street. What may be news to the layman, however, is that this practice of writing calls or, as Roth puts it in his accessible real estate investor's style, 'renting your stock', is already being done by brokers on stock they manage for investors without the investor's knowledge.
Roth's claims for The Stock Market Landlord technique are appealing to say the least. A considerable return on investment with very little risk; and a tried and tested method that is easy to follow. His provision of tips as to where the best investments lie, what stock to buy, where best to trade covered calls online and how to invest for both cash flow and long term profits make for a pretty comprehensive guide to options trading.
"It is how to use this stock market secret to make money for yourself, easily and with minimal risk that I am going to share with you. And why? Because I can. I am already making thousands writing call options using my own techniques, and there is no reason why you can't too."
For more information, or to arrange an interview, contact Christopher C. Roth or visit The Stock Market Landlord Info Site: http://www.rentwallstreet.com
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