options signals and OTS (www.qqq-options-trading.com)
options signals represent two entirely different
services, although both are part of the Highlight
Investments Group. The various option trading products
offered are created by independent teams, and different
trading systems are used to generate signals.
Furthermore, signals issued by the NOS team may differ
completely from those issued by the OTS team.
OTS options signals are issued for the
trading of long options positions only (i.e., long calls
and puts); in contrast, NOS signals are issued for
trades involving short options (including the
establishing of uncovered options positions).
The principal difference between
trading options on the long side only and trading
uncovered options (selling options short) is that in the
first case, time works against the options trader. In
contrast, for the options writer, time is an ally. The
fact that a long option steadily loses its time value is
a critical component for traders who are long options.
In contrast, the same principle helps those traders who
write (short) options. Each approach requires the use of
a different set of strategies. Even if the NOS options
trading system relies on the same technical indicators
as the OTS options trading system, the strategies for
applying these indicators, generating signals, and
setting stop losses may differ greatly.
The teams that generate NOS and OTS
trading signals work independently from each other; they
are also completely autonomous from the other services
provided by the Highlight Investments Group. The only
common denominator is that both teams make use of
MarketVolume®'s technical indicators. Even though OTS
and NOS services apply similar market indicators to
generate their trading signals, the underlying market
analysis remains independent. In other words, the
technical analysis work performed by one team does not
affect the analysis carried out by the other team. Each
team may use a different set of indicators and establish
their own critical levels, thus resulting in completely
different signals. To underscore this, if you compare
the NOS signals history with the OTS signals history,
you will notice that there is no correlation between the
two systems: Signals are issued at different times and
with varying frequency. In some instances, the signals
may even reflect a completely divergent market opinion.
OTS and NOS signals require
separate subscriptions. If you have a subscription to
the NOS signals service, you may not have
access to (and may not be able to auto-trade) OTS
signals. The same applies to OTS subscribers – an OTS
signals subscription does not automatically grant access
to NOS signals.