Buying high-yield stocks is a great way to boost your stock income. But there’s a simple way to earn even more money for your portfolio… practically anytime you want.

This wealth-boosting secret is so powerful, you can use it to collect money on stocks that don’t pay dividends. In fact, you can use it to earn income on stocks you don’t even own!

If you’re thinking it might have something to do with stock options, you’re half right. You see, this is flipping options trading on its head.

Instead of paying money to buy options, you’ll make money by selling them!

It may sound risky and difficult, but it’s not.

The fact is, anyone can do this — anytime. You don’t need any licenses or degrees. You don’t even need to know a lot about stock options. And with some simple precautions, your risk is always known and always under control.

Professional investors have been using this secret to quietly pad their stock accounts for decades.

But Income On Demand takes it one step further — helping you turn this secret into perpetual payouts.

Editor Zach Scheidt targets only a handful of carefully selected companies. He picks a price, and you get paid to wait for the stock to hit that price. Then he chooses a sell price for the stock, and you collect money waiting for the stock to hit that price. (Meanwhile, you collect any dividends the stock pays along the way.) Once the stock hits Zach’s sell price, the profit cycle starts all over again.

Best of all, it happens almost completely automatically. You’re never tied to your computer, watching every up and down.

You place the trade, collect your money, then wait for the next trade recommendation.

It really is that easy!

Zach Scheidt

Zach Scheidt is the editor of Lifetime Income Report, Income on Demand, Buyout Millionaires Club, and Family Wealth Circle — investment advisories dedicated to finding Wall Street’s best yields. He brings to the table impeccable investment management experience and a solid record of identifying oversized payout opportunities. Zach previously edited Income and Dividend Report, which...

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