Books by Wendy Kirkland

 

 

 

 

 

Exploring Your Options: Charting Your Own Path to Prosperity

Are you familiar with the monetary frustration of knowing you can do better but feel tethered to exactly where you are?

Many highly creative, intelligent, and productive individuals are familiar with the feeling of consistently falling short each month, which is even more frustrating because they know the lack of money is below their own expectations and potential.

This book explains how to begin a career in option trading in easy-to-understand language with step-by-step examples that makes it great for the beginner or someone who has experience trading, but who is looking to build his or her skills. It is primarily focused on trading online and tells you what you need to know to better your chances of being successful.

Wendy’s positive outlook and insight into the mindset of a successful option trader are based on her own experience and her personal beliefs about how to bring abundance into your life. Kim’s experience as an educator helps to take the difficult concepts of option trading and break it down into easy-to-grasp nuggets with numerous annotated charts and examples.

From Wendy – “My gift to you and others who are interested in earning money through option trading is the years I have spent cutting away the needless details that are designed to discourage and confuse the everyday trader and to share only the important aspects needed to achieve trading success.” Click image to purchase this book.

Option Trading in Your Spare Time

This book describes how to be a successful option trader, even if you hold down a full-time job or stay at home.

While option trading is definitely not a risk-free method of investment, for people who have a few hundred extra dollars that they want to use to break into investing, option trading can be a lucrative way to make money.

This book explains what everything means and how to be an option trader in easy-to-understand, step-by-step ways that makes it great for the beginner or the more advanced investor. It is primarily focused on trading online and tells you what you need to know to better your chances of being successful. Click on the image to purchase.

 

 

Common Myths About Option Trading

Myth 1: Options are complex and hard to learn.

The two most popular strategies - Calls and Puts - can be learned and mastered quickly and easily.

Myth 2: Options are risky.

Option strategies were developed to control risk. Options involve less risk than trading stocks outright.

Myth 3: Options are for professional men on Wall Street.

Anyone can use option trading to become a successful investor, trading from work or home.

Myth 4: You must sit at a computer all day, becoming a day trader, to trade options.

Most strategies are designed so that you can place the trade and walk away.

Disclaimers
Neither Universal Financial Independence, Inc. nor Wendy Kirkland recommend or refer subscribers to broker-dealers. You should perform your own due diligence with respect to satisfactory broker-dealers and whether to open a brokerage account. You should always consult with your own professional advisers regarding equities and options on equities trading. The information provided by the newsletters, trading, training and educational products related to various markets (collectively referred to as the "Services") is not customized or personalized to any particular risk profile or tolerance. Nor is the information published by Universal Financial Independence, Inc. or Wendy Kirkland a customized or personalized recommendation to buy, sell, hold, or invest in particular financial products. The Services are intended to supplement your own research and analysis. Universal Financial Independence, Inc. Services are not a solicitation or offer to buy or sell any financial products, and the Services are not intended to provide money management advice or services. Auto-trading, or any broker or advisor-directed type of trading, is not supported or endorsed by Universal Financial Independence, Inc. or Wendy Kirkland. For additional information on auto-trading, you may visit the SEC's website: All About Auto-Trading, https://www.sec.gov/reportspubs/investor-publications/investorpubsautotradinghtm.html.
Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. Trading and investing involve substantial risk. Trading on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Other than the refund policy detailed elsewhere, Universal Financial Independence, Inc. does not make any guarantee or other promise as to any results that may be obtained from using the Services. No person subscribing for the Services ("Subscriber") should make any investment decision without first consulting his or her own personal financial adviser, broker or consultant. Universal Financial Independence, Inc. disclaims any and all liability in the event anything contained in the Services proves to be inaccurate, incomplete or unreliable, or results in any investment or other loss by a Subscriber. You should trade or invest only "risk capital" - money you can afford to lose. Trading stocks and stock options involves high risk and you can lose the entire principal amount invested or more. All investments carry risk and all trading decisions made by a person remain the responsibility of that person. There is no guarantee that systems, indicators, or trading signals will result in profits or that they will not produce losses. Subscribers should fully understand all risks associated with any kind of trading or investing before engaging in such activities. 
Some profit examples are based on hypothetical or simulated trading. This means the trades are not actual trades and instead are hypothetical trades based on real market prices at the time the recommendation is disseminated. No actual money is invested, nor are any trades executed. Hypothetical or simulated performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. Hypothetical performance results have many inherent limitations, some of which are described below. Also, the hypothetical results do not include the costs of subscriptions, commissions, or other fees. Because the trades underlying these examples have not actually been executed, the results may understate or overstate the impact of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading services in general are also designed with the benefit of hindsight, which may not be relevant to actual trading. In addition, hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no hypothetical trading record can completely account for the impact of financial risk of actual trading. 
Universal Financial Independence, Inc. makes no representations or warranties that any account will or is likely to achieve profits similar to those shown. No representation is being made that you will achieve profits or the same results as any person providing testimonial. No representation is being made that any person providing a testimonial is likely to continue to experience profitable trading after the date on which the testimonial was provided, and in fact the person providing the testimonial may have experienced losses. Some figures presented represent the total amount of option premium collected during the referenced period. Actual profits were less. Open trade profit results may have increased or decreased when the trades were closed out.
Wendy Kirkland's experiences are not typical. Wendy Kirkland is an experienced investor, and your results will vary depending on risk tolerance, amount of risk capital utilized, size of trading position and other factors. Certain Subscribers may modify Wendy Kirkland's methods, or modify or ignore the rules or risk parameters, and any such actions are taken entirely at the Subscriber's own election and for the Subscriber's own risk.