Simply click the record below (no software required) and ask your question or share your testimonial. Please keep messages to about a minute long, polite, non-spammy, and options trading focused.
What general format should I follow?
There is no set format or structure that you need to follow - be as personal as you'd like. Still need some direction? Try this: "Hi Kirk! My name is _____, I'm _______ from _______. I've been trading for _______ and my question is _______."
Can I share a testimonial or success story?
Absolutely! We love getting testimonials from our members and hearing your success stories. Look, options trading isn't a walk in the park and when you share your story with others it helps motivate and empower everyone to keep pushing forward and discovering new strategies and techniques in the market.
Do I need special recording software?
Nope! The voicemail technology we use through SpeakPipe takes care of everything for you. All you need is an internet connection and microphone (headphone mics work too).
Will my voicemail be shared on the podcast?
How long can the voicemail messages be?
Ideally we'd ask that you please keep your question or testimonial to one minute in length. If it goes a little over, that’s fine, but please keep it as concise and to the point as you can.
Spammy comments are acceptable right?
Um, no! Spammy, disrespectful, or deeply private questions will not be considered for the podcast. Please keep it polite, non-spammy, and absent of vulgar swearing or cursing. Thanks!
Can I promote my website or company?
If you have a website or company you'd like to mention, you’re allowed to share it only once during the recording. For example: “Hi, my name is John Doe. I have a blog called Trader John. My options trading question is . . .”
Does Kirk answer every question?
We get a lot of questions (which we love!) but because of this volume, we're not able to answer every question. Submitting a qualified question is no guarantee that it will be featured on the podcast. We will get to as many questions as we can, but if your question is similar to (or the same as) ones we’ve already addressed, then we'll have to skip it :(