We define "Execute Period" as the time span (in number of days) within which a trade must be initiated. If a short option's price does not reach the "Suggested Entry" price (or trade below it) within this stated period of time, the original signal will be cancelled.
The signal execute period prevents us from opening a trade if the market doesn't move in our favor.
Important: A signal that does not lead to the initiation of a trade will always be cancelled. Changing market conditions may prompt us to issue a new trading signal together with a new "Suggested Entry" price. A new signal will always cancel out a previous signal.
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DISCLAIMER: THIS INFORMATION IS INTENDED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE ANY FINANCIAL ADVICE. RISK IS INVOLVED IN ALL STYLES OF MONEY MANAGEMENT. Uncovered options trading involves greater risk than stock trading. You absolutely must make your own decisions before acting on any information obtained from this Website.
The return results represented on the web site are based on the premium received for the selling options short and do not reflect margin. It is recommended to contact your broker about margin requirements on uncovered options trading before using any information on this web site. Use our "Trade Calculator" to recalculate our past performance in relation to the margin requirements, brokerage commissions and other trading related expenses. Past performance is not indicative of future results.
Risk Statement: Naked options trading is very risky,
many people lose money trading and losses can exceed the amount invested.
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