How The Plan Works

Pretend for a moment if you were a spider and you're trying to catch a wiggling bug or a fly as it went by, what would you do? You would create a web, because you want to catch the fly.

So we do that, we create a web, but it's called a grid, and this grid is created by the software that I will share with you. And it creates a bunch of lines that will exist in your exchange. So here you are, your spider. You create this web or this grid, and some of the lines are red and some of them are green. We have a top of the grid range and we have a bottom of the grid range.

The red lines, those are open sell orders. That means if price happens to trip across one of your red lines then you will sell just a little bit of crypto. Not much, maybe 20, 55 bucks worth. And then we're going to have some open buy orders as well.

That means the price happens to trip across one of your green lines that the automation will automatically buy you just a little bit of crypto, maybe 25 bucks worth, you know, we're big spenders right now as price moves along.

It will hit these lines. It has to hit. We've got it trapped. Now you're only seeing four red lines and four green lines, but in reality, there will be hundreds of these lines on your exchange. The software sets it up for you.

So this is a huge spider web that we've cast. There is no way price can escape it. We're going to catch it no matter where it wiggles, if it wiggles and trips across a green line. It will buy a little bit of crypto.

And boom, you're going to make a little money. OK, when it goes up and hits the red line, it sells it. You see what it did. It bought low and it moved up a little bit and it sold it and I made $0.25.

House app. You're thinking I'm nuts, right? Remember that 800,000 dots I showed you earlier. It came to me and a lot of nickels, dimes and quarters. Now what happens is price wiggles down of Little Green Line, it'll buy a little bit more if it wiggles further on down the software smart.

It uses dollar cost averaging and buys a little bit more. And then it knows to turn the Green Line red so that if it wiggles back up, it will sell and make me another $0.25. That's it. This is all I'm doing.

I'm on my porch, playing my guitar, doing absolutely nothing. The software is sitting there. It has a web or a grid at my exchange, and it's catching the wiggle in price at a microscopic level. And it's doing it minute after minute after minute after minute and has been doing it for me for three years, has been doing it for all of my students for the last ten months. We're wiggling our way to wealth. That's it. Now I know some people are thinking, yeah, Dan, but there's a catch. These exchanges, they're expensive, they charge fees, and by the time you pay all the fees and all that, you won't have anything left.

That's not true. There are fees, but it's a small percentage of every sale that you make. So in reality, I make maybe $0.30. In this example, I have to spend a nickel for the exchange and I net in my pocket $0.25 and I get the $0.25 right away.

I don't have to wait a year to cash it out. I got it right now, I'm go buy some bubble gum. And he just keeps going now. This is what this grid looks like in the real world, looks like some type of a sea serpent and you're looking at probably.

I don't know 3 or 4000 dots on the screen here, that's why we have dot watchers cups. Can you see this? My official dot watchers cup. That's what I do. I have my tea and I watch dots. That's what you're looking at here.

Every single green dot is a purchase. Small, little bit of crypto. Every single red dot is money in my pocket and it just keeps doing this. And if you look at this, look right here, you see this when the price went down.

If this would have been headline news, this is a drop of, oh gosh, I don't know, maybe 30% drop. This is a crash. This is run for the hills I bail out. You know, this is this is lose your house kind of drop.

And I'm sitting here going, What's the big deal? It wiggles when it goes down, it wiggles when it goes up. It's wiggling all the time. I don't care if it goes up or down because I'm not trying to play the big game.

I'm playing the small game. The microscopic game. And I'm just looking for nickels and dimes and quarters. And everybody else can go for the $10,000 payoffs that come once in a lifetime. I just want a nickel or dime or quarter, every single minute of every single day.

And I got a bunch of these things run and it's not like you can only have one. It reminds me a lot of a business I used to be in. Oh gosh, about. I think it was about, probably 20 years ago, and that was this bubblegum machine.

I had 40 of these things are called spiral bubble gum machines, and I put them in restaurants and car washes and movie theaters all around my hometown. And the kids have come in, Hey, mom, give me a quarter.

They throw the quarter machine, a ball spirals down the bottom and I make $0.25 pop. But here's the problem - I have to give half of it to the business owner. That's allowing me to put my machine there. I have to fill this thing up every week or so with more bubblegum that I have to buy.

And then I've got to maintain the machine. I mean, it was fun, and it made money, but it was a lot of work. I'd come home every day with a bunch of quarters. I'd throw them on our kitchen table. Myself and my wife, my daughter would sit there and we'd roll quarters. I know there are machines that would do it, but it was a lot more fun sitting around with the family, rolling quarters, drinking beer and having popcorn, and I did that for years.

This is like that, but no bubble gum. You have to split the money with anybody. You don't have to worry about ants climbing up your machine and eating your gum. No, you turn this thing on and you just sit back and enjoy.

That's really about what it is.