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Information Corner:

Why Trade Index Options - Less uncertainty: The key reason we trade index options rather than options on individual stocks is that price and volume fluctuations are much higher for a particular stock than they are for an index. Stocks often react wildly to unpredictable events, such as news, rumors...

Expiration Date - At the end of the expiration date, all those call options whose strike prices are higher than the price of the underlying stock or index will be worthless...

Start To Trade - Placing an options order is very similar to placing an order for a stock. If you use a live broker, call your brokerage firm and tell them which option you want to buy...

NEW Publications

Before You Subscribe to any Options Trading Service (System): In some cases, it may be very difficult to evaluate an online options trading system...

Options Investing Strategies: Money management strategies - traders can select among a number of money management approaches for options trading; these will dictate how much to invest (and reinvest) in a given trade...

Why Trade Options: There are three main reasons why traders may wish to trade options: portfolio protection, additional income, speculation...

Options Trading Strategy: Successful traders create their own set of rules / commandments (options trading strategy) that they always follow.

Difference between QQQQ and SPY?: however, you should be aware of some of the differences and similarities between our QQQQ and SPY options signals:...

Options Indicators - The Greeks: The Greeks are a set of functions that show the sensitivity of an option's fair value to a number of changes in market conditions...

Options Indicators - Delta: The rate of change of fair value of the option with respect to the change in the underlying asset price is Delta...

Options Indicators - Gamma: Gammas are highest for at-the-money options. As you go in-the-money or out-of-the-money, Gamma decreases...

Options Indicators - Rho: It is often expressed as the amount an option's price would change given a one percentage point move in interest rates...

QQQQ Options Trades: Complete history of QQQQ option trades since October 2003. No backtested trades.

SPY Options Trades: The history of SPY option trades that starts from June, 2006. No backtested trades - all trades are real.

Uncovered Options Signals
2-4 Signals a month:

May 20, 2011:+158%

May 11, 2011:+50%

Apr 20, 2011: +59%

Apr   1, 2011: +136%

Jan 26, 2011: +28%

Jan 10, 2011: +21%

May 10, 2011:+52%

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What can you expect from us?!!!

The Simplest
Options Trading system available

We provide all you need:
Name of Underlying Security,
Strike prices, Expiration dates,
Entry and Exit Prices.

We created our market timing system in early 2001 and started to apply it to the trading of QQQ (now: "QQQQ") options in 2003. Our results since then have exceeded all expectations. Starting on April, 2006 we issuing signals during the trading hours.

This is how our system works:

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We clearly reveal our trading strategy - no hiding behind unworkable and convoluted trading theories here - And no unsubstantiated stories of "successful traders".

August 22, 2007:
+67.4% in 5 Trading days
on QQQQ Options

NASDAQ 100 Option Trade

 

April 4, 2007:
+30% in 3 Trading days
on SPY Options

SPY Options Trade

January 18, 2007:
+52% in 2 Trading days
on QQQQ Options

QQQQ Options Trade

February 14, 2007:
+17% in 2 Trading days
on QQQQ Options

Option Trade

February 23, 2007:
+15% in 3 Trading days
on SPY Options

SPY Options Trade

February 27, 2007:
+38% on QQQQ Options

QQQQ Options Trade

Just a single winning trade
could pay for your membership for years to come!

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Our simple options trading system is based on the advanced technical indicators developed and provided by MarketVolume.com's team. It incorporate volume, price, advance/decline and volatility technical indicators applied to the  Nasdaq 100 and S&P 500 indexes. Everything we use to generate trading signals could be found on the MarketVolume.com's web site.

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S&P 500 - The S&P 500 (^SPX) index is a basket that contains the stocks of 500 Large-Cap corporations.

Call Options - Call options (or calls) give you the right, but not the obligation, to buy an underlying security at a specific price for a fixed period of time.

Options History - In North America the options started to trade basically at the same time as stocks...

Options Broker - Generally, we do not recommend autotrading our signals. Our signals are developed for a limit orders and in case of autotrading...

Selling Covered Calls - A trader who bought stock could use the covered calls options trading strategy to generate additional income from the investments on the neutral market.

Stock Market - A place where company stocks and other securities are trades is a stock exchange. Less and less trading is linked to such a physical place nowadays.

ITS and OTS Signals - OTS options signals are issued for the trading options; in contrast, ITS signals are issued for trading index derivatives (QQQQ, SPDRs and DIA).

Selling Put Options - If a trader feels that the market is in an upward trend and not likely to go down, then the Selling Puts Option Trading Strategy can be considered.

Cheap versus expensive options - Many traders, especially beginners, are often faced with a simple choice to be made regarding Options Strike and Options Expiration.

Selling Options Short versus Buying Options - Selling options (uncovered options trading, selling naked options) short is considered as one of the more risky trading strategies of the investments. However this is one of the options trading strategies that is usually used by institutional investors.

Online Trading System - The typical question each online options trader (who looks for a trading system) faces is how to choose the right online options trading system from such vast number of the online trading services available.

Technical Analysis on Volume (p1) - we analyzed the historical volume patterns of the S&P 500 index. Our goal was to find relationships between volume spikes and index reversal points...

Technical Analysis on Volume (p2) - we discussed how the magnitude and duration of a volume spike can impact the extent of a future trend reversal...

Technical Analysis on Volume (p3) - From our analysis of eight years of historical S&P 500 volume data – and from the experimentation with more than 400 combinations...

Selling Call Options - If an options trader is expecting the market to go down he/she can sell calls with expectations to profit from a bearish movement...

Buying Call Options - If an options trader is expecting the market to go up he/she can buy calls with expectations to profit from a bullish movement.

LEAPS - LEAPS options trading is the only way, to make a long-term option investment

VIX Index - VIX Index shows the market's expectation of 30-day volatility and commonly called CBOE Volatility index...

VIX Options - the VIX options expire exactly 30 days before the next options expiration...

Options Orders - reference to the options terms and definitions...

Buying Put Options: if you buy a QQQQ options puts at $2.00 and the next day QQQQ stock drops 1%, your puts may increase in value by 20%...

Buying versus Selling: Option sellers face the risk of larger potential losses, but have more opportunities to profit...

American & European Styles: American-style options can be exercised at any time between the purchase date and the expiration date...

Options versus Stock Trading: The options portfolio has potential to grow much faster, however, the price for that is a much grater risk...

MarketVolume and OTS: The only common denominator is that OTS makes use of MarketVolume®'s technical indicators...

Minimum Investment Amount: In order to define the minimum required investment amount for a given trading strategy, a trader should...

Calculating Min Investment: One of the most important factors when evaluating an options trading system is that you need to define the minimum investment required to trade the options system profitably...

NOS and OTS Options Signals: signals issued by the NOS team may differ completely from those issued by the OTS team

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Risk Statement:

Options trading is considered to be very risky - many traders lose money trading them. It is highly recommended consulting your broker or any registered investment professional to find out about risk before getting involved into trading options.

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