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What Type of Signals do you Publish?

During trading hours, our system automatically generates trading signals that may be published on the site as trade triggers ("Puts" or "Calls"). After the market close, the system collects the newest market data which is then reviewed by our analysts. They may then alter existing signals (such as our "Suggested Exit Price"). New signals may also be issued based on our analysts' work.

Our signals may be updated at any time during trading hours (email-alerts are issued immediately thereafter); in addition, we update them daily by 8:45 PM EST.

  • When we publish a "Calls" signal, this means we will be buying call options when the price of options trades at or below the "Suggested Entry Price".

  • When we publish a "Puts" signal, this means we will be buying put options when the price of options trades at or below the "Suggested Entry Price".

  • We do not issue signals to indicate when a purchased option should be sold. Instead, at the time a signal is issued, we state a "Suggested Exit Price" When an option trades at or above that price, we sell it.


  • Signal Life - A signal is cancelled when no trade has occurred within xxx days of issuing the signal.
  • After a trade has been opened, we may issue a new "Suggested exit price"; this price may either be higher or lower than the original exit price. We do this under the following circumstances: (a) in order to reduce losses, if the market is going against us, or (b) to increase profits, if the market continues strongly in our favor.

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