The Millionaire Guide To Hedging (Advanced)

taught by Fin TekNeeks

Course description

Under Construction

2018 Base Content is currently being added to this course for 2018.  You may enroll at anytime if this course is open.

Investors Caught Off Guard

Investors piled into the NASDAQ, as the index roared to record numbers with positive and growing outcomes. David evaluated a few techniques from the course and began using one of the techniques from this course immediately. Later a decline came, and wiped out 30-40% of most investors. While many investors were caught off guard off the decline, David saw huge gains in a short period of time in contrast to his colleagues 30-40% losses. David then re-evaluated the situation and strengthen his portfolio using another technique from this course. In practice, some examples of returns from techniques used by learners from this material:

  • Technique 2: Jessica saw a 400% return in less than 1 month on a hedge.
  • Technique 7: Andrew created a 200% a year hedge to protect his principal.
  • Technique 9: Bob hedged one high risk position, returning 4,000%.

The course teaches 13 hedging techniques, excluding any techniques taught in the limited-time enrollment only content (see Piracy and Plagiarism Warning below for details).

Why Learn To Hedge?

Market participants tend to overestimate their ability to predict and understand the future. For this reason, they are constantly caught off guard. 2008-2009 bubble showed us an example of this, as did the 2000-2001 bubble. This also holds true for employment: people tend to be unprepared for periods of employment, as they don’t look at the picture accurately. This course demonstrates accurate ways to assess markets, from stock to commodities to employment.

For many people, most hedges take too much work to make them worth it. Most people lack basic diligence, making this course in appropriate for them.  This course covers different techniques that range in their nature for different audiences. No one needs to be an expert to take this course. Some material learners will be able to use, while other material will be unimportant and uninteresting.

Suppose that like Greg, you have 1700 BTC that you got at a price of $0.06 for each bitcoin.  Or suppose that you were given $1 worth of bitcoin and that amounted to over 1000 bitcoins.  Most would sell too early, but is there a way to strategically sell to avoid Greg's mistake?  What people say and what people do differ significantly and in this course, you'll learn how to avoid costly mistakes like these.

Other Courses

We offer basic versions of our courses, which are cheaper for some people who may only be interested in obtaining introductory information.  Students who want specific and advanced techniques should only consider the advanced courses, as the basic courses provide only beginner information.  Since basic courses require timed-videos, the basic course may have longer videos, only because of the platform.  The advanced courses get to the point quickly to save students time; see The Millionaire Guide To Hedging.  We offer the advanced courses at the cheapest rate during the first month we publish the course and may raise the price after the first month.

Piracy and Plagiarism Warning

We do not produce content for free. If we discover piracy or plagiarism of any of our content, we will suspend it immediately without refund. In addition, when you enroll in this course, you are only purchasing the 2018 - 2020 Base Content with the agreement that you will not distribute any of the content . If further students join this course, we may continue adding limited-time enrollment only content. 

Your honesty may increase your investment. Your dishonesty guarantees your investment fails.  The Base Content of this course may not be produced in full if any piracy or plagiarism occurs.  In addition, the Base Content of this course will be produced over a 3 year period of time to ensure that it remains time-relevant.


Fin TekNeeks
Fin TekNeeks
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We've written several sites with accurate financial content in the past.  Rather than continuing to write content, we've switched to enrollment-based podcasting model.