Gareth Soloway is the Chief Market Strategist and CFO of www.InTheMoneyStocks.com. He has been an avid swing and day trader since his days at Binghamton University where he studied Economics. After college, Gareth quickly excelled as a financial adviser, helping clients get their financial houses in order. While helping others gain financial independence, he continued to study the day trading and swing trading world, developing a unique market philosophy and proprietary methods. Following his work in the financial sector, Gareth went on to trade alongside professional traders on the institutional side of the business. Unable to tolerate the hype of Wall Street any longer and having an amazing ability to profit using his developed trading techniques, Gareth Soloway decided to partner with his friend and colleague, Nicholas Santiago to form InTheMoneyStocks.com in 2007.

Gareth Soloway day trades and swing trade anything and everything. If it is moving, he is trading it. While being able to call tops and bottoms in large caps and the markets, he has a love and great talent for trading small caps. He is known in the trading world as the “Small Cap King.”.

 

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Inside Secrets Of High Reward Option Trades with Gareth Soloway

 

Brett:

I’m excited about our next guest with over 20 years of profitable trading experience. He is the chief marketing strategist. And he brings verified investing alerts high, you can get high throttle, advanced stock trading for profit on large mid-small-cap, cap stocks, ETFs, commodities, currencies, and crypto. These trade alerts are given live with exact entry and exit prices filled by our next expert guest. He’s going to add a ton of value I already know I can already tell. Please welcome to show with me, Gareth Soloway. Gareth, how are you doing?

Gareth:

I’m doing really, really well. Thank you so much for having me today.

Brett:

Absolutely excited to dive right in, we’re gonna have a lot of, we’re gonna geek out a little bit here in a minute, he’s gonna share his screen. So for those listening on iTunes, you might want to get to YouTube here soon. We’re talking about insights secrets of high reward stock trades, we’re also going to touch on some cryptocurrency stuff as well. But before we go there Gareth, would you give our listeners a little bit more about your story, and your current focus?

Gareth:

Sure, absolutely. I started when I was pretty young in terms of getting interested in stocks, it was the late 90s the dot coms were going up exponentially, kind of like the mean stocks these days. I was a high school kid. It was kind of the investment club thing where you got to fake $100,000. I basically all of a sudden found that in a matter of a month or so I turned a fake 100,000 into 200 or 250. That was the addiction for me, it was just what I was like. I came from a very, low middle-class family in terms of income, and all of a sudden, even though it was fake money, it just kind of had this alert to me like, can people really do this can people make this type of money in a shorter amount of time. That’s really where I got interested in trading. It then kind of went to the point where I was in college and I started trading on my own very small account. At that point, I didn’t have much money. Same thing through college and into my career afterward, where I finally dedicated myself to just learning how to swing trade and day trade. For those of you that don’t know, swing trading is where you’re holding stocks for a shorter amount of time, days to weeks, and you’re looking for quick moves to the upside and downside. Day trading is where you’re trading intraday. So you’re buying and selling intraday, meaning, you might buy a stock like an apple and then sell it, two minutes later for 50 cent gain. The idea being is if you do 1000 shares, you make a quick 500 bucks on that type of trade. That’s the story. I started inthemoneystocks.com in 2007. It’s a 14 plus year company. We’re one of the longest-running, profitable firms for our members. It’s been a great run, and hopefully, the run is just getting started.

Brett:

Fantastic. This is going to be, I think, like a show we’ve ever done before. So I’m excited again to dive in here in a minute. But before we go there, I want to take even one other step back to help people to know a little bit more, Gareth, I believe we’ve all been given certain gifts in this life. Some people call them a superpower, some people call them strengths. Once you go back maybe to the high school days when you’re sitting in an economics class, and they and the teacher are telling you, Gareth, I see something in you like you might be really good at these numbers or seeing things I don’t know what it’s gonna be, you’re gonna tell us here in a minute. But I’m curious, what are those one or two gifts that you believe you were given? And how does that help how you help and bless people today?

Gareth:

That’s a great question. I think the drive is number one. I can’t tell you how many times at the beginning as I was trying to learn how to read charts and trade that I got slapped down and there were days where I’d lose half my account when Now granted, it was only $10,000 back then but to me back then that was huge. I worked three jobs, bartender, bartending instructor, and another job just to kind of replenish my investing and trading account during this period as I was trial and error and trying to learn what worked What didn’t, and investing and I didn’t give up and God knows I wouldn’t be where I am today if I had had any sort of less drive in me. So I think that’s one of the biggest things and then the rest is just that dedication, which is the same thing as the drive of continuing to learn. You never learn enough. Even to this day. I learned something new every day and understanding that and staying humble is very important.

Brett:

Absolutely love it. Yeah, I would call it the grit part of it. It’s like the Yeah, the dedication together equals grit. And so working those three jobs trial by air and not giving up, right, it wasn’t like you just like the Google hunting or you’re not just sitting there just figuring this out in economics class, you just you got it all figured out, right? Yeah, they’re dedicated to your craft, failing miserably sometimes perhaps, having to get three jobs. Is that a fair summary?

Gareth:

Yeah, it is, and just kind of going through that pattern, of losing and then saying, okay, that didn’t work. Let me at least learn from my error. But that’s what it was. I mean, it was just continuing to grind it out early on, thank goodness, I didn’t have a lot of money. I think the biggest detriment to some investors is they come in with a lot of money when you don’t have a lot of money. There’s not that big of a move down. Now, it seems like a lot to you at that point. But at least back then it wasn’t a ton of money in the scheme of things that I learned on a small account, which enabled me once the account grew to kind of use my knowledge to make more money.

Brett:

Phenomenal, so we’re gonna dive into that knowledge right now and try to get as many secrets as we can I guess mine so you all can make some money and during this wild time of the stock market, that being said, you can find Gareth Soloway inthemoneystocks.com, it’s inthemoneystocks.com. So what’s the number one secret Garrett, here we go to? Inside secrets of high reward stock trading? What’s the number one secret?

Gareth:

Oh, that’s, that’s a tough one. So in general, you look for things that are overdone or into one side of the market or not. Now, obviously, one of my big things is I use technicals. So technical analysis, I look for certain signals in the charts, the charts, I’ve always believed are ways in which the charts will tell you the next move, it’s up to us to decipher it. So a candlestick chart, for instance, will show you that there’s distribution by institutions, meaning selling pressure by institutions if you know how to look for it. The same thing with buying, you’ll see a stock that’s down at 52 week or multi-year lows, and it’s it looks like it’s the end of the world. But if you know how to read the charts, you can see that, okay, institutions are starting to accumulate here. In general, you want to put your money behind those big individuals, they have the force to carry it up, they also have the ability to have the knowledge that you and I don’t have access to, through their network. So so those are the big things in terms of the technicals. In terms of the market right now. I would urge extreme caution. The markets are at a pivotal point here, potentially a big breakdown today, we got a topping tail on the NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations). And I don’t know if you can show people my screen here. But I’d love to just show this year. Basically, last Tuesday, there’s see this candle formation right here, this one, this is called a candlestick chart, by the way. And this tail on top was closed in the lower 25%. In the trading world, that’s known as a topping tail topping tails are very, very bearish signals on notice how the next day they tried to get up to that high and take it out and it failed. That was significant, you then continue down and you can see the selling this is the NASDAQ 100 sharp, and again, to me, this is a signal that money is beginning to exit the market when you get these tails, basically, it’s formed by people buying initially, and then some big player is selling into it, forcing it all the way back down. Generally, the only players that have that ability are going to be institutional players are big money. And again, you have to take those signals as an indication that something is up.

Brett:

Very fascinating for those who are not seeing what we’re talking about. I want you to picture a graph with some Red Tails, I guess, and some green tails. And I’m not sure if I’m pronouncing that correctly, but it’s in it’s it tells the story again, you’ve got a YouTube channel and watch this thing live. So that’s interesting. So you’re looking for signals, if I’m getting to the number one secret, and they give a little summary here, you’re looking for signals, you’re looking for things that are overdone, and you’re looking for heavy hitters that are maybe going one way or the other. Is that a fair summary so far? 

Gareth:

Absolutely. You’re looking for pivotal moves that are changing direction. So for instance, on the NASDAQ 100, we know the Fed is with the markets, they’re starting to, inch towards tightening that’s going to make monetary inflows of money harder. The market loves free money and just massive printing of money, which is what we’ve had, as that gets less and less, there’s going to be money that rotates out of the market. And you’re looking for those types of signals where you may have been writing the market up for a while and now you’re starting to see signals that the market may be looking to pull back just a little bit here. Think about a chart as a piece of paper with a foreign language on it. Your job as an investor or trader is to learn that language and once you learn how to read it, you’re never going to get it 100%. But the idea is the probabilities. It’s all about probabilities with technical analysis. You want the probabilities in your favor, essentially you want to be the house of the casino, while other people can be the gamblers. I don’t want 5050 odds I want at 20 odds.

Brett:

Excellent that makes perfect sense. Yeah. And that’s, I love the way you put that so you are looking Add a piece of paper, right or a computer screen, and you’re looking at a foreign language and you’re deciphering it. And it’s imagined, some things are constant, but some things are kind of changing, you got to look at those nuances. And it’s probably the in-between what’s happening, right is where you make your money versus that makes you happy to be the house versus being perhaps the gambler. Is that a fair summary?

Gareth:

Yeah, absolutely. That’s exactly what it is. So you just want to be having the odds in your favor. And then again, I think it’s important for people to understand is that no investor or a trader is going to win 100% of the time, the goal is to just generally have those odds in your favor where you make, 80% or 70%, win rate, and then the money takes care of itself from that point on.

Brett:

So we’re talking about inside secrets of high reward stock trades, with Gareth Soloway. So Alright, so we covered kind of the, I guess, maybe the first or maybe one or two secrets, but maybe give me the next secret to being successful and exactly what we’re talking about. 

Gareth:

So I would say the next secret. And this has been one of the best changes that I’ve made in my investing strategy since I started, it was to be humble enough to know that you’re not going to hit the exact low on a stock buy or the high. So what I mean by that is that early on in my career, and this goes with everyone, every time you buy a stock, you’re right away thinking about, oh, my goodness, this is the best stock, it’s going to go to $1,000 a share, I’m going to make so much money, the change occurred in my brain where I started to say, Okay, listen, I may be buying it at $20. But it could still go to 18 or 16, or 14 before it makes that move up that I’m basing my thesis on. And what I do is I go into a trade and I say, Okay, I’m going to put 5% of my portfolio in this trade, right. So if I’m going to start buying at 20, I’m going to take 1% by a 20, or one and a half percent. And then I’ll utilize further downside to accumulator dollar cost average. And that ultimately brings me the ability to have a low average, and when The move comes up, I’ll make more money that way. Now, sometimes it doesn’t go that low. And that’s just fine. But I found more often than not stocks because they’re driven by greed and fear, will overshoot your level. So you might have a great double bottom, which is a technical term for a stock hitting a previous low from let’s say, a year ago, it couldn’t go there. But oftentimes, it’ll appear so little bit. And you can use that to your advantage to get a better dollar cost average.

Brett:

Yeah, really fascinating. And I’ve heard put by another economist, he said, having the certainty of conviction, is the difference for a lot of to say dabblers and are successful investors. And it’s that certainty emotionally and the conviction behind the numbers, the data, why the why behind the company, the why behind the stock. So how do you Gareth increase your certainty of conviction when you take big positions.

Gareth:

So as I accumulate positions, I’d say I’m looking for technical factors. So fundamentally, I found that that doesn’t matter as much unless you have a really long-term view. So if you’re someone listening or watching that, that says, Okay, I don’t want to I’m gonna buy acts of stock or Apple or Tesla, and I’m gonna hold it for 10 or 20 years, then that’s different, you’re basing your analysis and your thesis on long term changes for me, because I’m a shorter-term, investor and trader, where I’m looking for the course of weeks to months on a trade, I’m basically looking for multiple technical factors. And these are terms again, a lot of you guys may not understand or know, but something like a double bottom gap fills a major moving average, like the 200 moving average getting hit, when I see multiple things happening at one specific price, it increases the odds of success, and I’ll feel better about picking up that position. So again, it’s thinking about it, like, I’m trying to think like, if you’re a good analogy might be like, if you get offered, let’s say you’re doing a job and you get offered money from this site, from this site, and this site that there’s demand for that job. And you feel very, very confident in getting about doing that job or that career versus if you put something up on sale for the Facebook marketplace, and you get no one interested in. No one’s no one wants to buy your piece of furniture. And he’s just sitting there, right? You want to have that action. You want to have those signals telling you there’s lots of interest in this area because of XY and Z.

 

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Brett:

Very well said. I love the way you put that. Now, I want to shift gears a little bit here. And focus on Capital Gains Tax frustrations. So you’re selling high, you’re probably buying low selling high. And some of these might be short-term or long-term depending on if you hold it for when you might hold it. But what’s been your biggest frustration and when it comes to Capital Gains Tax Deferral as it pertains to what you do.

Gareth:

Oh, I mean, there’s just the normal capital gains type issues where so all my trading is really short-term capital gains, so it’s taxed as income. And so you get to a certain point when you’re in your upper tax bracket, for me, at least where, basically 50 cents of every dollar I’m making in the but again, that’s the cost of doing business. And it gets to a point where I don’t necessarily mind too much because I’m doing so well, there are so many people that are struggling out there, I always try to remind myself is that you’re paying taxes, but you also live in the greatest country in the world, and you have to be thankful for that as well. And obviously, I do things that I can do to lower my tax burden. But again, can avoid taxes, right, death and taxes, they say.

Brett:

You might be able to defer them a little bit. But it’s definitely a challenge. So I’m curious, what are some of those strategies that you’ve used, that you found to be helpful for you? Or for clients? or friends or family?

Gareth:

Yeah, so for instance, for me with taxes, one thing I’ll do into year-end right is, is if I have some losers that I’ve been holding on to that I keep hoping will turn around, what you can do with stocks is let’s say you made $100,000, but you’re down $20,000, on a position that you’re currently holding, you can sell that into your end, and then that loss negates 20,000 of that 100,000 gain, and you only pay taxes on 80,000. And that just lowers your overall tax burden. I mean, one of the things I’ll keep very close in mind going into the end of this year is watching the Biden Tax Proposals. And for instance, if the taxes are going to go up in 2022, then I might be more inclined to hold my losers into that year, and then take them there because I want to lower my tax burden when taxes are higher. So there are different little strategies that I’ve thought about going into, potentially a tax hike that we likely will see at some point in the future.

Brett:

Yeah, well said, and let’s touch on the Biden proposal changes because there are some really big to me game-changing proposals. And, of course, they still need to be passed and obvious. Sometimes they throw a high number and negotiate down in the middle there. But I mean, like, for example, the elimination of the stepped-up basis. To me, when I see that I just think, Wow, if that actually goes right. It’s going to be the biggest change in perhaps in American wealth history. So I’m curious, what are your thoughts on something like that?

Gareth:

Yeah, I mean, it’s gonna be huge in terms of potential changes. And we’ll have to look at what the tax code looks like under these under the new regulations if they get passed. That is I don’t have a lot of comments on that specifically, but, but I would say that, in general, you just have to make the moves that are proper for you. And obviously, I’m no accountant. So no one should be taking advice from me. But for me, for instance, just to give you an idea of different things I’m doing like, so I’ve lived in Oregon for the last four years and paying basically 10% state tax and I’ve recently relocated to Florida because they have no State Tax. So for me, that’s a way that I’m adjusting my overall tax burden. So yes, the income tax rates for the federal might be going up. But for me, I’m gonna actually be able to lower it by just switching my location. Now granted, I’m a very lucky person, I trade for a living and I invest for a living. So I’m mobile. As long as you give me a wireless hot or a high-speed internet connection, I can do my job from anywhere in the world. Not everyone’s that lucky. And I understand that.

Brett:

Very well said, Yeah, that makes sense. These lower tax states are becoming more and more attractive as his other taxes go higher and higher.

Gareth:

If I don’t if you let me just jump in one other little interesting tidbit here. So So I sold my house here in Oregon. And I was looking at houses in Florida. Ridiculous housing prices. Right now everything I’m seeing tells me it’s a bubble. And I talked to my wife about when we have two kids. And I said to her, I said, listen what, renting is not ideal, but I would rather rent right now than pay up and this is going back to my mentality of an investor where I like buying low and selling high, I would much rather rent right now. And deal with that versus buying a house and feeling like I could lose 20% in the next couple of years if the bubble bursts in housing. And inevitably, if interest rates are going to go up, that’s going to hurt. I mean, you have all these potential issues for housing, but I do think it’s bubble housing right now. I mean, you’re getting bids way above asking. My house loan went up like 20%, just in the last few, six months or so in terms of its value. It’s crazy right now. So just an interesting little tidbit in terms of the real estate market. 

Brett:

Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, I spent some time in Florida with my wife was like it looks kind of cool here like yeah, there’s definitely some positive we’re in California. It’s even worse in Oregon. Yeah, and but it’s Yeah, it’s pretty wild. I have a client, lots of clients that are selling in California moving out there. I do think it’s a bubble. And the question is how long does that bubble last? And what does it look like? But that being said, I wanted to just circle back a little bit on the short-term deferral. So if there was a way to defer short-term Capital Gains Tax, which otherwise would be known as ordinary income, right, on the sale of highly appreciated public or private stocks, but that’d be of interest to you.

Gareth:

Yeah, yeah, absolutely. I mean, anything I could figure out to do to reduce that tax burden, in terms of paying, almost right now 50, almost 50%. Obviously, when the new tax rates are in Florida, we’ll be closer to the 40% level on that income. But absolutely, I mean, anything I can do, I’m always looking for advice.

Brett:

Cool. Well, for those who are wondering, there is a way it’s called a Deferred Sales Trust, you can learn more about how you can learn more at capitalgainstaxsolutions.com. That being said, it only works for a million dollars or more. So it’s not like you’re thinking, I got 100 trades, and they’re all at five to $20,000 it won’t work because it’s too small of a deal to make sense of the transaction cost. However, if you do have some short-term gains, which some people might you might have bought something for 100,000 and it’s worth 1,000,001 or a million bucks. Then that’s where we can help you out even if it’s shorter than one year. Again, go to capitalgainstaxsolutions.com. That being said, Gareth, are you ready for the lightning round?

Gareth:

Yeah, let’s do it.

Brett:

Alright, know what. Now, if you go back to your 25-year-old self, what’s the one Golden Nugget you’d make sure to tell yourself to do?

Gareth:

Wow. Going back to my 20-year-old self, it would be to be more humble and not be a cowboy when it comes to investing. I’ve kind of touched on this before but that’s that was the biggest mistake of my career is I would go all-in on stocks thinking I was a genius, and I knew nothing back then.

Brett:

Kind of be more humble, love it. Second question, what’s the number one book you’d recommend or gifted the most in the past year?

Gareth:

Did you say to recommend it to my children or read to my children? 

Brett:

It could be your children, it could be your friends, the family could be anybody just the number one book you’ve recommended or gifted the most in the past year?

Gareth:

I mean, just because I have two young kids a cat in the hat, and various other kid’s books. I’m fully immersed in those that are taking up pretty much all my time right now.

Brett:

Love and I can relate I get five young ones. Cool. Third question. What’s the number one leadership quote or theme that you strive to live by?

Gareth:

I think the biggest thing for me is “do unto others as you would have done unto yourself or do unto yourself or have others do unto yourself.” And just in respect to running a business, we definitely tried to emulate and, and teach everyone the proper ways to do things and really live by that mantra. And I think that’s helped us be as long-lasting in 14 years running inthemoneystocks.com. If we were shady in any way, we wouldn’t be around at this point. So that’s, that’s been good.

Brett:

And I’m back, we had a little commercial break for the, for a little delay there and Restream. Sometimes that happens. Sorry about that. Okay, next question. What are you most curious about right now?

Gareth:

In terms of the markets, the biggest things that I’m interested in because it affects, trades that I’m doing right now is whether or not inflation is transitory like the Fed says, and I think the Fed Honestly, I’m not optimistic about the outlook for the US in terms of inflation, I think it’s going to be much higher than the Fed wants long term. Now, it will come down from these crazy levels, because it’s so high, but I don’t think it’s going back to the 2% that the Fed wants. And you can even see the Fed already and Janet Yellen yesterday, she was saying, it’s gonna be a lot higher, higher than we expected for a few months. It’s the same thing with Jerome Powell. He said the same thing. It’s a lot harder than we thought, these guys, they’ve been printing trillions of dollars. I mean, anyone that runs their own household knows that, when you run up credit card debt left and right, which is essentially what we’re doing as a country, there’s going to be a price to pay at some point you’re going to get shut off and, and for me, it’s positioning myself, whether it’s with some gold or with some other assets, where I can protect myself for the longer term.

Brett:

We did promise to touch on crypto, so now’s a perfect time. So how are you? How are you hedging and using crypto to maybe diversify your holdings?

Gareth:

So for the long for the last two years or so I’ve always had kind of a long term holding in gold as well as crypto, mainly Bitcoin and ether since those are kind of the best of breed, they remind me of the apples and the Amazons of the world, in terms of their market size and their abundance. So So I always have 5% of my net worth in crypto As well as in gold and other metals, and that just basically I look at it as an insurance policy, like if I wake up tomorrow and the dollar is crashing or something like that those assets should protect me as an insurance policy. Now, having said that, I do think Bitcoin is going to go lower in the near term. So I’m not in any swing trades on the long side, right now, I don’t have any extra money, just the insurance policy money. And I do think you’re headed down to sub 20,000. Once you get to sub 20,000, I will absolutely be a buyer.

Brett:

What do you attribute to this recent maybe Etherium was at 4000 and below 2000? Now in less than, I don’t know, three months or so. So what do you attribute this big, big sell-off? Or this big decrease in value?

Gareth:

Yeah, so that that’s a great question. So it’s multifold in terms of China. Number one, China’s been cracking down on crypto. Basically, China has pushed the digital Yuan which is their currency but digital digitized, and they want that to be the future reserve currency of the world All right, I mean, I’m surprised more media outlets aren’t talking about this but that’s why it’s not like they hate Bitcoin or anything like that. It’s that they view it as a threat to the digital Yuan which eventually they want to displace the dollar as the reserve currency of the world. So that’s number one that’s been hurtful to Bitcoin and you also just had any time any asset runs up whether it’s the mean stocks or cryptocurrency you get a lot of money that is just jumping into a jump in trying to make easy money and that money has to be flushed outright so you have this kind of panic coming in and obviously a flush out of that money now I love cryptocurrency long term, I just think it’s got some downside here. My target general of that sub 20,000 is right at 2017 high and I think on a technical basis that’ll be a lot of good support. I last thing I’ll say on the crypto side to you also had this step back by Corporation so Elon Musk was buying into it, you have still on micro strategies, Michael Saylor buying into it still. But ever since it got talked about that energy usage was so high and it was potentially negative for climate change. That really caused a lot of corporations to step back as well. As you see a switch to more alt energy for mining cryptocurrency, you will see corporations step up again. And that should help create the next leg up at some point.

Brett:

Fascinating. Okay, so 20,000 count your floor on Bitcoin. How about Etheriuum, but they kind of have a floor when you want to go in more?

Gareth:

Yeah, I think I think so I think it could get as low as 800 ish. And I know that’s still quite a ways down on Ether right now. But I do think that when you see 20,000 to 18,000 on Bitcoin, likely, you’ll see a move down to about 800. Or just 7000. Remember, folks is that, just like I said before, I’m not going to say alright, when Ether gets to 1000, I’m going to buy it all or just below 1000, I’m going to buy a little bit, let it go a little lower by a little bit more just kind of slowly accumulating the position, the whole position that I have in my mind, and again, doing that protects you. It also keeps the emotional side of things down. If you buy all at once you’re going to be freaking out on every little up and down motion. by small you relax a little bit more, you sleep a lot better at night. 

Brett:

Yeah, that’s great, great insight. I absolutely appreciate your time, your expertise in sharing a bit of your story. So much my brain is working here, we got to start looking at those charts right or just hire you perhaps to look at those charts and give us some tips. For our listeners who maybe want to get more of your services more of your information, what’s the best place for them to find you.

Gareth:

So you can follow me on Twitter @GarethSoloway. So just add my first last name. That’s all free information. I just kind of post up little ideas, little comments on the market chart setups. The other way would be to come to in the money stocks calm I run a service called verified investing alerts where I do daily 20-minute videos with hardcore analysis as well as put out my every swing trade I take I put out the exact entry. When I exit I give you the exact entry. So all that information is there if you’re interested,

Brett:

amazing, Gareth Soloway. I want to thank you for being on the show. I want to thank you for sharing a lot of your gifts and talents. I want to encourage you to keep having that drive. And that dedication that turns into grit to help more people create and preserve more wealth, make wise investment decisions. Again, Gareth Soloway inthemoneystocks.com. I also want to thank our listeners for listening to another episode of the Capital Gains Tax Solutions Podcast as always, we believe most high net worth individuals and those who help them they struggle with clarifying their Capital Gains Tax Deferral Options, not having a clear plan is the enemy of using a proven Tax Deferral Strategy, stiffer, highly appreciated public stock, private stocks, cryptocurrency we’re closing on an Etherium case for a client who bought at very low and selling a very high he’s going to defer all of the capital gains tax. It works for an investment property that can save a failed 1031 Exchange. I know it sounds amazing. You can learn more about it at capitalgainstaxsolutions.com. That’s capitalgainstaxsolutions.com. We’re also streaming Expert CRE Secrets. Don’t forget that one as well, where we’re training and coaching real estate professionals on how to help their clients create and preserve more wealth using The deferred sales trust and so much more. Thanks, everyone for listening. We appreciate you out there and we encourage you to share, rate, review, subscribe.

 

 

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About Gareth Soloway

Inside Secrets Of High Reward Option Trades with Gareth Soloway

Gareth Soloway is the Chief Market Strategist and CFO of www.InTheMoneyStocks.com. He has been an avid swing and day trader since his days at Binghamton University where he studied Economics. After college, Gareth quickly excelled as a financial adviser, helping clients get their financial houses in order. While helping others gain financial independence, he continued to study the day trading and swing trading world, developing a unique market philosophy and proprietary methods. Following his work in the financial sector, Gareth went on to trade alongside professional traders on the institutional side of the business. Unable to tolerate the hype of Wall Street any longer and having an amazing ability to profit using his developed trading techniques, Gareth Soloway decided to partner with his friend and colleague, Nicholas Santiago to form InTheMoneyStocks.com in 2007.

Gareth Soloway day trades and swing trade anything and everything. If it is moving, he is trading it. While being able to call tops and bottoms in large caps and the markets, he has a love and great talent for trading small caps. He is known in the trading world as the “Small Cap King.”

 

 

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