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How our program works

What We Do: We trade Oil Futures and we teach others how to Trade Oil Futures.

We have a simple method that anyone can learn and earn between $100.00 and $1,000.00 a day with very little risk if you follow the rules.

We teach you using a simulated training platform that is identical to the live trading platform you will eventually use.

If you follow our rules and are able to discipline yourself to not get greedy, you will make money for the rest of your life. If you are unable to discipline yourself, your trading career will be short and painful.

Practice on the simulator for as long as you want until you are fully confident that you are ready. If you have never traded before much of this will look and feel foreign to you, but like anything else, with practice it will become second nature. Once it’s second nature it will be time for you to trade live with real money.

Everyone is different. Some people will be ready for live trading after only 2 weeks while others will need 2 months. It’s up to you, just don’t rush it.

We are a friendly and successful group of traders who love making money and showing others how to make money for life as well using a system that is used by millions all over the world.


Invest in Oil Futures

The mechanics of trading crude oil futures are relatively simple. If you know how to buy and sell stocks online, you already know the basics of futures trading. However, the unit size is different for each individual futures contract. A crude oil contract represents 1,000 barrels of crude oil. Light Sweet Crude Oil is traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) between the hours of 9:00 am and 2:30 pm Eastern time, Monday through Friday. The symbol is CL. The contract size is 1,000 barrels. Therefore, for every one dollar of movement in the price of crude oil, the underlying futures contract increases or decreases in value by $1,000.

Understand Crude Oil Trading

One of the most traded commodities in the world is oil, and each day some of the largest trading institutions buy and sell billions of dollars worth of it. For aspiring traders seeking their fortune, it can be intimidating to trade against these institutions because many would-be traders don’t understand the market for crude oil. Here are some insights into how crude oil is traded.

Crude Oil Trading Tips

Crude oil is a mayor asset class. Increasingly more and more people put their money in it. Indeed, crude oil is an investment that, unlike gold, is backed by real economic value. People need oil to transport goods, heat their homes and cook their food. Furthermore, oil deposits are not renewable, at least not for millions of years, which makes the stuff scarce and increasingly difficult to come by. Trading oil can be profitable; however, you should know how to do it properly.

Trade Crude Oil

Trading crude oil involves owning it. While you could purchase an oil well, it isn’t practical for the sake of trading. Fortunately, oil is a commodity. That is, a real asset that can be traded through exchange houses through futures contracts, exchange traded notes, royalty trusts, and oil and gas exploration companies. The most direct way to trade crude oil is through futures and Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s).

Learn to Trade Crude Oil

Crude oil is a major asset class that investors can put their money in. Trading crude oil futures requires no need to have oil storage or refinery capacities–if you bought oil futures and the oil spot (market) price has increased, your broker will simply give you a payout equal to the difference between the price at which you bought the oil future and the price at which you sold it. Learning to trade crude oil profitably requires a lot of time and effort, however.

Invest in Crude Oil Stock

Historically, investors who wanted to participate in the price of crude oil were forced into the commodities markets, trading high-risk futures contracts. The growth of exchange traded funds–ETFs–into commodities has made investing in the value of crude as easy as buying any stock exchange traded shares. ETF investing can be used if the investor believes the price of crude oil will go up or decline.

Definition of Oil Futures

An oil future is an investment instrument used to speculate on whether the price of oil will rise or fall. Technically, the term “oil future” refers to a “future contract” whose holder agrees to buy oil at a prearranged date in the future at a price that’s agreed upon today. Trading in oil futures is closely watched not just by oil traders themselves but also by investors throughout the financial markets, because futures prices are a good indication of the future price of oil, and the price of oil has a huge impact on the economy.

Trade Oil Options

Oil is the lifeblood of any industrial economy, and as demand for it grows, the price will continue to skyrocket. If you have looked at investing in oil, but think that it is too expensive, then think again. A simple way to invest in it without breaking the bank is to buy options on oil stocks or ETFs (exchange traded funds). In some cases, you can purchase an oil options contract for as little as $30.

Oil Trading is Fun

I’m 53 years old and I’ve been involved in a lot of business opportunities in my life. I’m always looking for a new way to make money.

Well, one day a friend of mine called me and told me about an oil trading club he had joined and he was having the time of his life making several hundred dollars every morning trading oil futures.

The first thing that popped into my mind was “I don’t know anything about oil” or trading, so what good is that going to do me?

Well, over the next couple of weeks I discovered that I didn’t need to know anything at all about oil or trading. So here is what happened next. I went to their web site and downloaded some software and the very next day I was on a conference call with a big group of people trading oil. It was a blast.

But, I’m getting ahead of myself, so let me walk you through each simple step so you can realize for yourself how easy it really is.

Once I found out about the trading club from my friend I contacted someone at the club and got the details and instructions on what I had to do to get started. Here’s the run down:

1. I spent about a half hour with someone going over basics

2. I paid a small enrollment fee

3. I downloaded the software

4. I got a 30 minute orientation using Skype Screen-Share which was a breeze

5. The next day I dialed into a conference call and joined about 50 other people trading

It’s simple, nothing technical that should scare anyone, and the people at the trading club and futures trading company will help every step of the way. I have used Scotttrade and E-trade in the past and this is just as simple, and even if a person didn’t have any experience trading anything it’s really easy to learn.

And speaking of easy to learn, I had the mechanics of it down in a couple of days, and trust me, if I can learn it, anyone can learn it.

It seems there are quite a few of these oil trading clubs popping up all over the country these days so it’s not going to be difficult to find one that you like. My suggestion is to talk to several of them and see which one fits your personality best and who you click with the best and join that club.

The best part though is I really feel that I’ve found something that will allow me to earn $300.00 to $1,000.00 a day Monday through Friday in the morning just trading for about thirty minutes with this group I joined.

I mean think about it. You can get up early and trade for thirty minutes and then go live your life. Do whatever you want and don’t have to worry about making money. Making money is the most time consuming activity any of us do, and I’ve completely removed it from my life. Now it occupies the least amount of time in my life and I make more than ever before.

I would urge anyone to learn more about this fun and easy way to make money with almost no risk at all.

There are plenty of videos on You-Tube and other places so check it out and see if it might be for you.

Oil Trade for Dummies

Before I get into the details about how even a dummy can make money trading oil futures, let me just share with you some facts about this little know but highly profitable activity that is being done by people all over the world 24 hours a day.

Trading oil futures involves buying or selling one or more oil contracts. An oil contract represents 1000 barrels of oil. When the price of oil goes up and down throughout the day, every penny that the price fluctuates in either direction represents $10.00 to the person controlling that contract.

That’s 1 penny per barrel or $10.00 per 1000 barrels, or in this case 1 contract. So if you are trading one contract of oil and you buy it when the price of a barrel of oil is at 88.00 and you are betting that it will increase in price over the next few minutes or hours then you would buy a “long” position with that single contract.

Now, if the price went up 10 cents, you will have made $100.00 and if the price wend down you will have lost $100.00.

Now there are ways of predicting when and if the price is going to go up or down and those ways are closely guarded secrets known only to a select few.

But more and more oil trading clubs or oil trading rooms are popping up all around the country run by individuals who understand how this all works and they are helping others learn how to do it or simply by calling the trades out to them on a daily conference call.

Now think about this. If you can make $100.00 on a single contract, what if you had 10 or more contracts, well that would allow you to earn $1,000.00 a day. How much do you need?

The thing I like the most about trading with a club or community is that I can leave most of the technical stuff up to the group leader and just follow him in and out of trades. That’s why I called this article Oil Trading for Dummies, because any dummy can do this and make money.

As of this writing, as far as I can tell there are about 5 trading clubs around and you should check them all out and find one that works best for you. Joining one of these clubs runs between $500 and $4,000 and they all do pretty much the same thing, so don’t be a dummy and join the one for $4,000.