55 Years?!

Hi Shoppers,


Have you seen this? (It has been a while since I have had a good rant ; – D) …


It took the FDA 108 days to review the data in order to approve the Pfizer vaccine and now they are asking for 55 years to produce data on the vaccine requested through the Freedom of Information Act by 30 professors and scientists.


That would put delivery in 2076!



Their defense is that there are 329,000 pages they need to go through to redact all confidential information. 


They offered to dole out 500 pages a month.


The whole point of the FOIA is to keep the government transparent in a timely manner.


Lawyers for the FDA also said there were only ten employees at the branch in charge of this request and they have 400 other requests to attend to.


According to the Congressional Research Service, as of June 24, 2021, there are 2.1 million civilian federal employees.


I am pretty sure a few of those people have some time on their hands. 


How about we take a few of the 80,000 new IRS employees they plan to hire?


My Pledge


Unlike the FDA, I promise full transparency with my Option Shopper program.


If you missed my launch event last week, we are hosting a LIVE encore tomorrow at 11 a.m. EST …


And there will be an all-new EXCLUSIVE trade.


It will be fun!


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Kickoff Spree!


We had our very first Option Shopper Shopping Spree yesterday. (I promise to practice on the screen share).


 We took a look at several stock charts, including Verizon (Ticker: VZ):



My system is telling me will be trading higher …


Comcast Corporation (Ticker: CMCSA) had a massive bullish candle form yesterday:



My Option Shoppers got full details on how I plan to play those charts — and you can, too, when you join us!


Trade Review


      • In a trade I shared in Profits and Pumps, on Monday I bought the Spdr S&P 500 (Ticker:  SPY) Dec15 469/464 put spread and I paid $1.50. I sold it yesterday, just after the gap lower opening at $2.95. That’s a 96% win.


      • I also bought the McDonalds (Ticker: MCD) Dec. 17 265/260 put spread and paid $1.70. It has traded up to $2.10, closing right around there. I still have it on and if MCD doesn’t trade lower today, I will probably bail.


Don’t forget to join us tomorrow Thursday at 11 a.m. EST for my Option Shopper encore event.


Thanks for Reading … See You Tomorrow!


Licia Leslie

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