TSLA keeps printing money…

like a quarter of a million.

It starts with a mentor — and a pattern. (P.S. I talked about this pattern during my webinar last week. You can watch the replay here.)

Someone to show you what’s truly possible. 

From there, and I hate to use this overused phrase — the world is your oyster — but it just fits so perfectly. 

On Friday, I took off another two profitable trades for 300-450% profits on TSLA. I was trading TSLA to $650, and it closed perfectly right at $650.54. This is what we call a perfect pin. It’s when you target a specific strike and the ticker makes it there on Friday’s expiration. 

Like I showed during my webinar, I’ve done this almost every Friday for the last two months. 

Check it out…

My TSLA record is now 28/33, with only a handful of losses and the majority of trades with a 200% gain or more. 

Click to zoom in!

Of course, last Thursday, I had to add another with a week later dated expiration.

Today, TSLA gapped up $50, and I was able to take a double overnight in my TSLA trade targeting $700. TSLA is now trading at $735 a share!

Now, I’m proud of my TSLA and additional high short interest wins… a solid record with large percentage gains, made with low risk options strategies isn’t anything to sneeze over.

After all, like we talked about Thursday, it’s the pattern that a trader must master.

After that, it’s just a function of deciding how (and with how much money) you want to trade it with. I felt pretty confident with what I had gone with… but, when I see John trade it, it pushes me to do more.

Two Traders, Two Ways to Play 

Today, John told me he made $250,000 with the same trade AND same pattern. Check out this screenshot from John’s account:

When I heard that, a couple things came to mind:

  • Wow, wish I made 250k this morning! But, I traded according to my size account and my plan.
  • This truly shows what’s possible.
  • I need to teach others how to do this!

I’m so grateful to John for introducing the concept of the short squeeze. It’s this inspiration that I used to find a way to trade this pattern in a way that the majority of our traders could too. 

Without a mentor teaching me how to take this setup and do it my own way — I wouldn’t be here explaining this to you today. Now, it’s my turn to pass it on. 

Short squeezes can be crazy and volatile, and I knew I needed a specific method, tools, and checklists that I could use and teach others. 

That’s how I got to my 28/33 TSLA win record. 

And, I’m going to show you how to get there. If you missed the webinar, make sure you check out the replay here.

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