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Apple Inc. (AAPL): How To Buy 10 Shares For Less Than A $100 Bucks

February 20th, 2013

howtoBillionairesPortfolio.com: On Monday March 18, the CBOE, the Chicago Board of Options Exchange plans to list mini Options on some of the most high priced and liquid stocks in the market including everyone’s favorite stock Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL).

Here is how a mini option will work, it will act just like a regular options contract, allowing you to buy calls or puts at various strike prices for a stock like Apple. The big difference is that the mini option will be a lot less expensive more than 1/10 the price of a regular option. The reason for this is a mini option contract will allow you to control 10 shares of a stock per contract instead of the 100 shares which a normal option contract controls.

This is huge news for people who have always wanted to trade options on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), since regular option contracts cost thousands of dollars on these stocks. With the new mini options contract you will be able to buy one option contract which will control 10 shares of Apple for as little as $90. Here is how it will work; right now a March in the money Apple $450 call will cost you $9.50 or $950 dollars. With the new mini options contract this same call option at the $450 in the money strike price will only cost you $.95 cents or $95 dollars to control 10 shares of Apple stock wow!!!. That’s right you will be able to control 10 shares of Apple stock for only $95 dollars.

Stay tuned on this, I will be commenting on mini options almost every day for the next month at my website www.billionairesportfolio.com, as well as offering a trading service on how to trade mini options with as little as a $500 account.

Will Meade
Editor of The Billionaires Portfolio



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  1. dox
    February 21st, 2013 at 12:48 | #1

    Sorry John, Ovidiu has it exactly right. This article is titled “how to buy 10 shares…” and not an option on 10 shares. Also the article incorrectly states that the option “will only cost you $.95 cents” where in fact it is still $9.50 as the cost is per share.
    Poorly written, highly misleading, totally uninteresting…

  2. John Mayo
    February 21st, 2013 at 12:30 | #2

    Roger Mason – if you TRULY think that Apple is headed to $5 in two quarters, then you have already shorted the stock, correct? If not, why not? Since you’re so sure that Apple will go to $5 in two quarters, you would be a multi millionaire if you short the stock, and if you are right. Roger, why don’t you put your money where your mouth is, or better yet, STOP writing such drivel about Apple.

  3. Roger Mason
    February 20th, 2013 at 20:00 | #3

    I have a better idea, wait until Apple’s next two quarters figures come in and you will be able to pick their shares up at $5.00 a share.

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