Trades - options trades in 2006 year - 95% accurate trading System.
QQQ Trades - +$43,275by investing only 20% (from $100K account) in each QQQ uncovered options trade in 2006
SPY Trades - +$80,635 by investing only 20% (from $100K account) in each QQQ uncovered options trade in 2006
Our Options Trading System:
Trading Signals - short overview of our trading system, how signals are generated and how signals could be used.
Trading Strategy - Depending on their trading styles and risk tolerance, traders can select among a number of money management approaches for options trading.
Options Broker - List of the online options brokers who would be please to autotrade our signals.
Options Autotrading - If a trader who auto-trades our signals requests signals service cancellation, we notify the online broker who provides the auto-trading.
Buy Options - When we issue a signal we assume that options are sold short to open a trade and options are bought to close a trade.
Signal Publish - Explein when we publish signal on the web site and when email alerts are sent out.
Open Options Trade - After issuing a signal, we initiate (open) a trade. Our "Suggested Entry" price may be stated in the form of a limit or of a market order.
Trade Opened - When an option trades at or above the stated "Suggested Entry" price, we will sell the particular option.
Close Options Trade - If we issued a "Suggested Exit" price and the option is now trading at or below this price, we will buy back the option to close out our short position.
Trade Closed - We do not issue signals to indicate when naked short options should be covered. Instead, at the time a signal is issued, we state a "Suggested Exit" price.
Not Executed Order - In some situation depending on the market trend an order that was placed in accordance to our signal cannot be filled. Respectfully, such signals are canceled if no trade was initiated within the signal's "execute period".
Alternative Options - When our signal is generated we state conservative and risky alternative options symbols as an alternative to the main signal. This gives an ability to adjust trading to the personal risk tollerance.
Execute Period - We define "Execute Period" as the time span (in number of days) within which a trade must be initiated.
Options Signals - list of the frequently asked questions about our options signals.
Signal Update - Our signals may be published during trading hours. In addition, we regularly review them at 8:30 PM EST.
Margin Returns - Uncovered options trading system performance could be represented in relation to received premium or in relation to margin account - this article explains pros and cons.
Funds Allocation - example of calculation margin for uncovered options trading and how recommended funds allocation minimum could be founds.
Options Calculator - To better evaluate a trading system many investors would like to see what potential profit a trading system would deliver to a particular account.
Option Trades - There are several factors that may assure you that the trade history is real, and the entry and exit prices are real and not edited.
Options History - We do not calculate compounded rates of return simply because we do not encourage continual reinvestment of gains back into options.
Option Trades - The calculated returns do not account for capital that is tied up as collateral, as mandated by brokers for naked options trading.
QQQ Trades - SPY Trades - The trade entry price is based on the actual market price of an option at the moment it trades at or above the "Suggested Entry" price.
2007 Options Trading - list of the signals generated by our uncovered options trading system system in 2007 year. At the middle of this year the system has been changed.
2006 Options Trading - during this year our options trading system started to generate signals for SPY uncovered options in addition to existing QQQ signals. More then 20 signals were generated during this year with only one negative result.
2005 Options Trading - list of the options trading signals generated by our system in 2005 year. At that time only 9 QQQ trades were generated, 6 of which were winners.
+168% in a month - back on the track of positive records - 6 trades and all are winners (3 signals on QQQ options and 3 signals on SPY options).
QQQ and SPY - plus 156% on 6 signals in two weeks in January 2009.
Uncovered Options - 5 signals in two weeks in February 2009 delivered plus 74% on QQQ uncovered options and plus 72% on SPY uncovered options.
Simple Trading System - Conservative trading resulted in 4 short-lived trading signals that delivered plus 92% over two weeks in March 2009.
Trading System - Our trading system has generated 3 signals within a week with nice profit of more than 130%. In total ten options signals were generated during this month - and all of them were profitable.
Two Options Signals - Only two signals were generated in May 2009, yet, both of the were profitable with 88% of summary return from the premium received for selling short QQQ and SPY options.
Options Trading System - Our uncovered options trading system continue beat the market. Another eight profitable trades were added to unbeaten signals list in 2009.
S&P 500 - Only 3 signals were generated in July 2009, yet, spectacular result was achieved in the result of the S&P 500 technical analysis that generated profitable SPY uncovered options signals.
SPY - seven short lived trading signals (six SPY signals and one QQQ signal) were generated in August 2009.
Options Trading - New record has been set in September 2009. Plus 375% in a single month. Our options trading system consistently beats the market.
Options Trading System - Second month in a row our system generated secondly high profit by moving the bar to a new level. Plus 446% in a single month on QQQ and SPY uncovered options signals.
QQQ Options - another month of unbelievable signals when 8 signals were generated with summary profit over 400% of the premium.
QQQ Options Trading - last month of 2009 brought only 4 signals, all of which were profitable. There were zero lost signals in 2009
Simple Trading - only two signals were generated in January 2010. In expectation of correction the system has been in cash for several weeks.
QQQ and SPY - another 6 profitable signals in February 2010 continue to keep system's accuracy on 100% level since 2008.
Uncovered Options Signals - second best month in 2011 - four signals in the last two weeks of December 2011 delivered more than 200% of profit on uncovered options premium.
Uncovered Options - Good start for 2012 - our simple trading system has delivered 291% of profit (based on the premium) in a single month by trading QQQ and SPY options.
Uncovered Options Trading - another month of amazing trading signals - another 291% of profit (based on the premium received for selling options short).
Signals - March 2012: plus 168% on premium from uncovered put options - only two short lived trades and we have another successful month in the arsenal of our simple trading system.
Trading Signals - April 2012: Five profitable signals on the QQQ and SPY put options and amazing return of 268% on the premium .
Options - May 2012: First negative month over the past 11 months.
Uncovered Signals - July 2012: Only plus 109% profit based on premium was recorded in July 2012.
Options Signals - August 2012: The same as in July, only three signals were generated in August, However, the summary return was almost twice bigger - plus 205% (from premium) .
Best Signals - September 2012: Four signals and almost 300% on premium in a single month has made September as the best month in 2012 year.
Safe Strategy - October 2012: Only one signal was generated during the correction down in October 2012 - safe and conservative trading.
Trading Strategy - November 2012: Two signals - two winners - still less risky strategy to trade uncovered options.
December 2012 - December 2012: Another positive month with about 120% profit on premium for selling options short.
January 2013 - January 2013: Nice start for 2013 - point has been made - five signals were generated.
Options Trading Strategies:
Options History - The options have started to trade in 19th century, basically at the same time when stock started to trade...
Call Options - A call options buyer is a trader who believes in a rising market and expects to profit from an upward price move. By buying calls an options trader is buying a right to purchase the underlying stock at a specific price, at or before the expiration date.
Naked Options - A call options seller is a trader who believes in a falling market and expect to profit from the downward move.
Sell Call Options - Selling (also called "writing") call options means giving someone else (i.e., the option holder) the right to purchase an underlying stock or index at a given strike price.
Sell Put Options - By selling a put option, you are giving an option holder the right to sell an underlying stock or index at a particular strike price.
Technical Analysis - In order to predict the future direction of the market, technical analysis based on options volume is a very powerful tool.
Options Trading- When volatility is at high levels and the stop loss point on a particular stock is at about the same price as the cost of an option, Options are the preferred vehicle.
Call Put Ratio - To calculate the Put/Call ratio, divide the volume of put option contracts by the volume of call option contracts. Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) calculates this ratio.
Expiration Cycle - Expiration dates applicable to options of listed securities is referred to Expiration Cycle. There are three major cycles for options (not LEAPs).
Options Expiration Strike - The price and date at which an option can be exercised, is the Strike Price and Expiration Date...
Stock Options - As a form of compensation, some companies issue stock options to employees. Incentive Stock Options (ISO), or Nonqualified Stock Options (NSO) is the general form which these stock options take.
Intrinsic Value - An option has intrinsic value when it is in-the-money. For an in-the-money call the intrinsic value is equal to the underlying asset price less the strike price.
Index Trading - Unpredictable events such as news, rumors and earnings reports fluctuate the price and volume for individual stocks.
LEAPS - Leverage is one of the great advantages that options provide. For a small amount of money, you can control a large holding in an asset.
Options Margin Requirements - When an investor borrows money from a brokerage house to cover part of the purchase of a security, an investor is borrowing on margin.
Naked Options - When an investor sells a call option without owning the underlying asset or without depositing funds to cover the exercise value of the call, a naked call (uncovered call) occurs.
Stock Options - Nonqualified Stock Options are generally easier to establish and administer and are generally less restrictive than Incentive Stock Options.
Beta - How a stock's movement correlates to the movement of the overall stock market is measured by beta. Beta is related to but is not the same as volatility.
Options Price - Option pricing techniques have reached a level of sophistication that transformed the option trading market into the hugely lucrative industry that it is today.
Options Pricing - The Binomial Model for pricing American stock options was founded by Cox, Ross, and Rubenstein in 1979.
Options Style - Options that can be exercised anytime up to their expiration date, are American Style Options (American Options).
Options Volatility - The Volatility of an asset, which usually is quoted as the annual standard deviation of an asset's price, provides a measure of the random variability or dispersion of price per unit of time.
Sell Buy Options - By comparing the benefits (outlined in the table above) of selling short options and of buying long options, it becomes evident that option sellers have more opportunities to profit.
Market Timing - Options Market Timing is a method of analyzing past trends in options volume and options cash volume, to accurately forecast the future direction of the market.
QQQ - The QQQ is also known as "Qubes" which was previously traded on the Amex Stock Exchange under the QQQ symbol. On December 1, 2004, QQQ was moved to the NASDAQ Stock Market Exchange and was assigned a new ticket: QQQ.
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