Frequently Asked Questions
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Six days is usually ideal.
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Personally, I trade weekly options – these are options that expire within five to six trading days. More specifically, option spreads on the option weeklys.
Unfortunately there is no ‘best’ strategy for weekly options. Successful strategies adjust to market conditions, and stock market conditions are in a constant state of perpetual change. The best strategy today may be unprofitable tomorrow, so a wise investor needs to be flexible. Weekly options have attributes that may produce big gains, but risk is high, and small but quick losses may occur often. One strategy for weekly options is to buy out-of-the-money call or put options, and hope for a big payday should the underlying stock make a quick, sudden, and sizeable move during the week that you are long the options. This can produce terrific gains. But many times the stock does not make the big jump, and investors are left owning options that are expiring worthless. Attempting to profit from expiring options is another strategy. Selling a weekly options call spread or put spread will keep time on your side. Weekly options carry a high degree of time-decay (also known as ‘theta’). Being short options will allow sellers of the option spreads to profit as time passes and the options become less valuable. Selling spreads as opposed to naked options will keep risk to a defined amount. Option spreads are a much safer and preferred way to invest in options. Weekly options indeed carry a higher degree of risk, but there are definitely strategies that allow astute investors to profit from these weekly derivatives.
Both. But primarily equity options.
You receive a Welcome email. You also receive our current trade that we are involved in. You also receive all trade newsletter emails for the next four weeks. This newsletter may offer prices when we are entering a trade, specific prices, but you may choose on your own what price you want to buy or sell your trade at.
Unfortunately, no. Currently I do not have the resources to help each individual investor with their own portfolios. Please meet with a financial advisor for in-depth investment consultations.
eOption.com does offer autotrade and we have heard good things about their prices.
As with all option trades, risk of capital is always possible. Please see this newsletter’s disclaimer here in FAQ. However, most of the trades are option spreads, as opposed to naked options, therefore, risk is mitigated by being both long & short option strikes involved in the spread. Option spreads, by nature, are less risky than simply trading call options or put options by themselves.
DISCLAIMER: Substantial risk of loss is always possible when trading futures and options. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Any decision to purchase or sell as a result of the opinions expressed in this website’s newsletter recommendations will be the full responsibility of the person authorizing such a transaction.
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We have found that one per week is the ideal situation for us. More than one per week would increase bottom-line risk, therefore only administer one trade recommendation per week.
We value our privacy and prefer to keep our trading strategies proprietary, therefore this information is available for subscribers only. We suggest trying our service; first trade will be profitable or receive a full first month refund! Please note, weekly options are traded with high frequency; trades are not guaranteed, profits are not guaranteed. We’re not structured like a mutual fund or etf, etc; we are simply a very good weekly options trading newsletter. Please invest responsibly.
No. Individuals have different amounts of capital. We have large investors who follow our trades, as well as small mom & pop investors who trade our recommendations. Please choose your own size for our trade recommendations.
Refunds are Not Available. However, if your first trade is not profitable, we will return your first month’s payment in full. Why do we make such an excellent offer? Because of our highly successful history — most trades are indeed profitable!
We cannot guarantee profits. Our newsletter only discusses opportunities. Options involve risk and losses may occur. However, over the long run, we’ve shown a superb ability to profit personally from our weekly options strategies.
We focus on liquid stocks that have plenty of option volume. Rarely do subscribers inform us that they missed a trade. We realize the importance of entering a trade at specific current market prices
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