It’s been a very good year for the Oxford Club. The international private investors group’s put-selling service, known as the Automatic Millionaire Trading service, brought in close to $3 million by buying or attempting to buy discounted stocks. To those who are seeking similar financial success, the Oxford Club recommends setting up a Level 5 options account.
The process for setting up this account is simple:
- Create a stock trading account.
- Call your broker or log into your stock trading account online and access client services.
- When asked for the type of trades you want to engage in, select “options.”
- When asked what type of options, select “Level 5.”
Once a basic stock trading account is created, investors have the ability to add options. A Level 5 option allows investors to sell puts with a large percentage of the broker’s money, also known as “margin.” The investor will likely be required to put up several thousand dollars for equity, but it’s unlikely that this money will be touched.
By selling or attempting to sell puts with this Level 5 option, investors can effectively buy shares of blue chip stocks at 20 to 50 percent less than investors who do not have a Level 5 account. To avoid losing money on volatile stocks, the Oxford Club’s Automatic Millionaire Trading service also advises investors on which companies have the best probability for success.
Located in Baltimore, Maryland, the Oxford club has been operating since 1989 with membership spanning to more than 100 countries across the globe and over 80,000 members. They teach their investing techniques to members through a variety of means, including live events, recommendations, research services, seminars, and symposiums. They also publish investing literature through the Agora publishing company, of which they own a subsidiary.