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July 2006:


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2 of 3 Trades are Winners

On July 22, 2006, SPY options signals were added to the system.

We have had feedback from some of our members to have SPY options signals. As a result, we have created a complimentary addition to our current QQQQ Options signals - SPY options Signals. SPY Options email-alerts are sent separately from QQQQ Options email-alerts. The result exceeded all our expectation - the first SPY options trade generated +50% return in just 4 trading days.

July 10, 2006.

  • On July 10, 2006 a "Calls" signal was generated.
     
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought QQQQ calls at $1.65 per contract.
     
  • On July 14, 2006, our stop-loss was hit and the trade was closed. We sold our QQQQ calls at $1.00 per contract

Chart 2: NASDAQ 100 15-day Index Volume Chart


July 14, 2006.

  • On July 14, 2006 a "Calls" signal was generated.
     
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought QQQQ calls at $1.55 per contract.
     
  • On July 28, 2006, the trade was closed. We sold our QQQQ calls at $1.85 per contract and took a 19.4% profit.

Chart 2: NASDAQ 100 15-day Index Volume Chart


July 24, 2006.

  • On July 24, 2006 a "Calls" signal was generated.
     
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought SPY calls at $3.80 per contract.
     
  • On July 28, 2006, the trade was closed. We sold our SPY calls at $5.70 per contract and took a 50% profit.

Chart 3: S&P 500 15-day Index Volume Chart


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