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QQQQ-Options-Trading™ delivers trading signals for QQQQ options. The signals we generate can be used by beginners, as well as by more advanced options traders. For beginners, we advise you to monitor our trading signals for a while before committing your money to the markets (“paper trading”).

The basic principle behind the generation of these trading signals is a process called “volume technical analysis”; however, we also incorporate other forms of market analysis into our decision making process. To achieve a better understanding of how the signals are generated, we have illustrated all of the trades in our trade history with charts. These indicate the exact points at which signals were generated. The charts also reveal where trades were initiated and terminated. All of our chart examples are supported by brief explanations that specify why a particular options signal was generated.

Trading signals are updated daily by 8:30 pm EST. You can access the most current signal for a particular options trade by checking our members' home page. In addition, we also notify our subscribers by email about the current signals status, as well as about any other changes. In order to receive trading signals by email alert, you need to register your email address on the members' home page. Prior to this, you must have opened an account for our QQQQ options trading service.

It is very easy to follow our QQQQ options trading signals (click here for an example of one of our signals). The signal itself can take one of two forms: "Put" or "Call".

At the same time a trading signal is issued, we also provide you with several options parameters that you need in order to make trading decisions and to initiate actual trades. Among the parameters are:

  • Option symbol;
     
  • Name and symbol of the underlying security (i.e., “QQQQ);
     
  • Option strike price;
     
  • Expiration date of the option;
     
  • We also provide a number of alternate (but closely related) option symbols. You may wish to trade one or several of these in lieu of the main option symbol (for which we issued the signal). This feature allows you to tailor your trading approach – you may choose to trade options that are either more risky or more conservative than our main option symbol, all depending on your personal preferences and risk tolerance.

Together with each option signal, we also issue a “Suggested Entry Price” and a “Suggested Exit Price”. For a particular put or call, our general research result can be summarized as follows:

  • Buy puts / calls when those puts / calls trade at or below the “Suggested Entry Price”;
     
  • Sell puts / calls when those puts / calls trade at or above the “Suggested Exit Price”.

The fact that a new options trading signal has been issued does not necessarily imply that a trade will always take place. There are situations where the market does not reach our “Suggested Entry Price”. When this happens, our trading signal will usually “expire” within a few trading days. For instance, assume that a new trading signal was issued (published) on a particular day. If, following that date, no trade is initiated within three trading days, the signal will expire and we will cancel it. The reason we at times cancel a signal is to protect you against losses - options are decaying (wasting) assets and lose a portion of their value each day.

Our QQQQ options trading system is highly flexible. If a trade is not initiated in accordance with a signal, the old signal can be cancelled and a new signal issued at a later time. It is understood that the stock market can be very volatile and that situations can change in an instant. What was the right trade yesterday could be completely wrong today. We take this into account in the following way: Once an options trade has been initiated in accordance with a signal, the only parameter we may change from that point on is our “Suggested Exit Price”. We may do this in order to (a) increase profits or (b) reduce losses.

The following lists all the possible options signal adjustments that can occur:

  • A signal may expire;
     
  • We may cancel an old signal;
     
  • We may issue a new signal;
     
  • A trade may be initiated in accordance with our “Suggested Entry Price” or closed in accordance with the “Suggested Exit Price”;
     
  • We may adjust our “Suggested Exit Price” once a trade has been initiated.

Should any of the above changes apply to a recent options signal, we will post the modifications on our members' home page the same day they become effective. In addition, we will send out a signals email alert to our subscribers.

The best way to learn more about our QQQQ options trading system is to browse through our site - you will find further details about the points we discussed above. We sincerely hope this information will help you move forward in your options trading.

Below, we have listed a few useful links to resources we hope will help you better understand the QQQQ-Options-Trading™ product offering:

  • Trade History: A complete trade history of QQQQ options trades based on our trading signals;
     
  • Trade Examples: Examples of all QQQQ options trades from our trade history. The examples are based on NASDAQ-100 index charts. Each trade is annotated with a brief explanation.
     
  • Signal Examples: Detailed examples of QQQQ options signals taken from our members' section. Also gives you an idea of what the kinds of email alerts our subscribers are receiving. In addition, the examples include detailed explanations of all signal parameters.
     
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