What is your procedure
for posting a new signal? Is it first posted on your website or
sent out by email alert?
A new signal will first be posted on our
website; an email alert will then be issued 5-10 minutes later.
If we publish a new signal or alter an existing
signal, we will issue a new email-alert that reflects any such
changes. Email-alerts will be issued within 5 -10 minutes of
any changes having been made. In addition, we review our signals
daily around 20:30 EST and then issue a new email–alert that
reflects the latest changes made to a signal. If a signal
remains unchanged, you will also be alerted to that fact.
What do you do when your signal displays 'Call', 'Put', or 'New Exit Price'?
When we publish a "Call" signal, this means
we will be buying call options once the price of those options
trade at or below the
"Suggested Entry Price".
When we publish a "Put" signal, this means we will be buying
put options once the price of those options trade at or below the
"Suggested Entry Price".
When we publish a "New Exit
Price", this means we notify all our members about changes in the
"Suggested Entry Price". Depending on the current market
situation, we may change a
"Suggested Entry Price" after a trade has
been opened. For example, if the market goes against our trade, we may
lower the exit price in order to reduce losses. By the same token,
when the market continues to move in our favor, we may raise a
Price" in order to increase profits.
How many trades per
month does your system generate?
Depending on the particular market
situation, you can expect to make about 1 - 4 trades per month.
How “short-term” are your options trades? How many days
do you hold on to a position?
Depending on the particular market situation,
our options trades can range anywhere from one day to several
you issue stop-loss orders for your options signals?
We currently don't issue stop-loss orders for
our options signals, because options can be fairly volatile on an
intraday basis . We believe it is far safer to simply issue a
“Suggested Exit Price”, which can be adapted as needed, based on
new market information. By doing so, we can minimize the risk
incurred by our subscribers. If we make changes the our “Suggested
Exit Price”, you will always be immediately notified by email .
How do you calculate your returns?
The “Trade Entry Price” is based on an option's
actual market price at the moment it trades at or below our
"Suggested Entry Price". The
exit to cash price is based on the actual market price at the
moment an option trades at or above our
"Suggested Exit Price". The
percent growth figure in the table above does not represent a
compounded rate of return; it shows a summary return.
Can your system be auto traded?
Yes you can.
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