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How I Went from Getting Fired from My First “Real Job”
to Making Over $100K a Month in 2 Years

By Andrew Keene

I remember the day I got fired like it was yesterday.

It was my first “real job.” I was an analyst at a bank.

It was so boring I would literally fall asleep at my desk in the middle of the day.

So they decided to give my job to someone else.

My second “real job” wasn’t any better.

I sat in a cubicle looking at corporate spreadsheets all day for CVS Caremark. And I was totally hating life.

As for what I got paid…

My salary was only $45,000 a year which – after taxes – worked out to around $500 a week.

Or barely enough to afford a decent car. Let alone an apartment in Chicago.

So I decided to take a clerk’s job at the Chicago Board Options Exchange making $24,000 a year. Or about half of what I was making at CVS.

It worked out to around $275 a week which was barely enough to pay for a few good dates.

But I didn’t care.

I had wanted to be a trader ever since I was 13. And this was my chance.

So I started taking the 5:40 a.m. train from Deerfield, Illinois, to Union Station to learn how to trade.

Nine months later, I was standing in a mosh pit at the Chicago Board Options Exchange.

This is back in the day when there was near chaos on the floor with hundreds of brokers making hand signals and shouting orders at once.

I had to trade fast and not make any mistakes.

Soon I was making money hand over fist.

So much so that I became one of the biggest market makers in some of the biggest stocks on the floor including…

Apple… GE… and Altria Group.

But it didn’t last. Computers replaced the trading pits, and I left the CBOE as one of the top traders on the floor.

Soon I was trading my own account without missing a beat… and my life was phenomenal.

I was making more money than I could possibly spend.

And then out of nowhere the bottom dropped out.

I hit a really bad stretch where I lost more money in four months than most people make in their whole lives.

Nothing I was doing was working. And I didn’t know what to do.

So I went to teach kids English at a Buddhist monastery in Thailand just to clear my head.

That’s where I discovered the biggest breakthrough of my entire career… an obscure trading technique that was almost lost to Western civilization.

When I got back, I cobbled together a $100,000 stake and started to trade again.

Suddenly, I was making more money than I ever had in my life.

$15,000 here…. $25,000 there… it wasn’t long before I was banking over $100,000 a month.

Two years later, I had grown my account to $5 million.

All thanks to this one low-cost strategy.

But what’s really amazing is that with this new strategy, I only had to work about an hour a day.

One hour… that’s it. That’s all the time it took!

So I could do whatever I wanted… whenever I wanted to do it… from countries all over the world.

Ever since then, I’ve been teaching everyday people how to set themselves up to do the same thing.

Now there are stories about people from coast to coast who are have retired from their jobs, paid off all their debt, put their kids through college, and bought their dream homes.

All because of what they learned in this short video.

Like Mason Nash…

He just lost his 22-year old family food business, and was desperate for an additional source of income.

In just 8 weeks, he turned $2,600 into $9,900 by following Andrew’s strategy.

Or Betsy Dwyer, a flight attendant worried about the future of her employment during the pandemic.

But in two days, she turned $793 into $1,992 using Andrew’s strategy.

“I now feel confident I can make money. YOU ARE MY HERO!!”

Tim Fisher saw the same success.

In just 48 hours, he was able to turn $900 into $2500 using the tools Andrew provides to every subscriber.

Of course, past performance is no guarantee of future returns. Investing involves risk of loss.

But as you can see… there is massive power behind what you’re about to see.

So could you be next?

If I didn’t think so, I wouldn’t be doing this.

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