Meet the Author Wendy Kirkland
How did an award winning artist and sculptor, who owns an eclectic gift shop in Historic Biltmore Village, end up an option guru? Let's see ......
The need to take immediate control of her financial future brought Wendy to option trading and the leverage it offers.
Inspired to help other women enjoy the financial security she had found Wendy launched OptionTradinginYourSpareTime.com and began giving online classes.
A natural-born teacher, her following grew quickly and so did requests for an easy-to-understand book on options. So in 2009 Wendy co-authored with Virginia McCullough the book, Option Trading In Your Spare Time - A Guide to Financial Independence for Women.
Insightful, comprehensive, and easy-to-read, the book received rave reviews.
Then, in 2010, a major uprising ... online traders heard that Wendy's P3 System produced nearly 100% winning trades and they wanted in.
Wendy's Stress Free System puts Profit Probability Potential on YOUR side.
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Some figures presented represent the total amount of option premium collected during the referenced period. Actual profits were less. Open trade profit results may have increased or decreased when the trades were closed out.