Since Mark is a paid customer of the PRO(with all their tools and experience) at Capital Ladders, he's at an advantage of having the PROS there out trade retail lemmings. That makes Mark a client of pros with an advantage over some shlub at his home with a PC with an E-trade account and no real professional advice, OK? Game over!!!Lol.
I agree that guys like me ( retail) are definitely at a disadvantage. Golds going to $2000. Apples going to a $1000. S&P will pop 24% next 6 months. This is what is inculcated into the average retailers brain. Then the pro's just sit back and get the shoe boxes prepped. Being that that's not enough let's write and sell them options. Oh, you can't afford one contract for a 100 shares. Mmmmmm let us think, we really want your money even if it is only 20 bucks. Mmmmmmmmmmmm............Got it. We'll create mini options. It's like an Indian casino without the smoke, bad carpet and #$%$ buffet. Lots of complaining about not enough retail participation. I know lets ramp it up for an extended period of time. As someone here has said "rinse and repeat". Wall Street is like Pauly from Goodfellas. Business is down, F you pay me. Receivables are late, F you pay me etc. etc.
Once you recognize that then you are ready to make money over the long term imo.
Ok that was my annual july 4th week rant. For those that didn't like it due to the fact it was a complete waste of their time, mostly inaccurate useless drivel with nothing about Soda and a constant annoying use of run on sentences; make sure to put me on ignore around this time next year.
The real reason to buy SODA is not that it is a great product, or a game changer etc, etc but that it is a definite takeover candidate. The buyout is coming, don't be left out in the cold shivering in your shorts!