The Secret Investors Use to Collect Hundreds Daily

It’s a part of the market most investors aren’t aware of, and Wall Street uses it to collect thousands of dollars daily.

But recently, many investors have started figuring out how to intercept these large payouts. 

These people didn’t have any specialized skill or training. Yet, each learned how to supplement their income by skimming money from our financial system.

In just one week, this group of investors joined Wall Street in swiping 209,325 of these payments thanks to Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL).

In that same week, they snagged 32,272 of these deposits because of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). And we’re not talking about nickels and dimes here. These payments were as much as $2,935 each.


To show you how it works, you must first understand the different ways to place a stock order.

Most stocks are purchased through market orders, which get filled at market price, and limit orders, where you specify how much you’re willing to pay for shares.

But there are many other ways to buy stocks besides these simple types of orders — one of which allows Wall Street to take money from people placing those orders without ever selling them a single share. 

This is how Wall Street skims money, and it’s the technique I use as well.

You see, there’s a special type of order that investors can place to buy stock on a specific day weeks or months from now, at a specific price. I call these “provisional orders” because they have such rigid provisions that most of them never get filled.

And since these orders take weeks or even months to fill, brokers require a non-refundable deposit up front.

For example, let’s say you own 500 shares of MasterCard (NYSE: MA). MasterCard has been around since 1966 and has hundreds of millions of customers in over 200 countries.

Of course, you could simply invest in MasterCard, let it sit in your brokerage account and slowly grow your money over time. But why not make even more money from it?

If you used my strategy on MasterCard right now, you could immediately collect a payment worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Then, a few weeks later, you could repeat the trade and collect another payment without buying any additional shares.

Sound unbelievable? 

This is exactly what my traders and I have been doing. Back in February 2014, I sent out an alert telling investors exactly how to use my “skimming” technique on MasterCard. Anyone with 500 shares pocketed $550 immediately.

Six weeks later, I told my group to apply my strategy again. They collected an additional $1,000 windfall.

Eight weeks later, I told investors to apply my strategy for the third time. Like clockwork, they collected another $845.


I know it doesn’t sound totally legal, but it is. And I want you to see how easily you can do it too — without any moral reservations.

I’ve already shown it to hundreds of people — from young couples to retirees — all looking to add some extra “oomph” to their income.

David C. is a prime example. He’s an auto mechanic and was raised believing that an honest day’s work would get him an honest day’s pay.

In a perfect world, it would. But despite David’s hard work, he wasn’t making nearly enough to retire on, so he figured he’d end up working in a garage for the rest of his life.

Then I showed him how easily he could skim a few hundred — even a few thousand — dollars on a regular basis, and he wrote me afterward:

“Thank you for your easy to understand [instructions]. I started out conservatively to make sure I understood what would happen, making $200 to $500 a month. Now I make between $1,000 and $2,000.”

I have been helping people like David intercept payments each month, and I can show you how to do the same. If you’re interested in learning more, follow this link.