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Option Trades in May 2007:


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5 trades - 5 winners

+45.7% on QQQQ Options
+19.4% on SPY Options

May 9, 2007.

  • On May 9, 2007 a "Puts" signal was generated for QQQQ Options.
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought QQQQ put options at $1.75 per contract.
  • On May 10, 2007, the trade was closed. We sold our QQQQ put options at $2.20 per contract and took a 25.7% profit.

Chart 1: NASDAQ 100 15-day Index Volume Chart
QQQQ Option Trade

May 15, 2007.

  • On May15, 2007 a "Puts" signal was generated for SPY Options.
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought SPY put options at $3.10 per contract.
  • On the same day, the trade was closed. We sold our SPY put options at $3.40 per contract and took a 9.7% profit.

     
  • On May 15, 2007 (the same trading day) a "Calls" signal was generated for QQQQ Options.
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought QQQQ call options at $1.55 per contract.
  • On May 18, 2007, the trade was closed. We sold our QQQQ calls options at $1.75 per contract and took a 12.9% profit.

    The part of our subscribers who auto-trade our signals had their orders filled on May 18, 2006 at $1.80 per contract, taking a +16.1% profit . Other part of our clients had their orders filled on the same day later at $1.75. While their profit was smaller, it still amounted to +12.9%. In our options trading history, we recorded that we sold our QQQQ calls (and closed our position) at $1.75 per contract.

Chart 2: NASDAQ 100 5-day Index Volume Chart
QQQQ and SPY Option Trade

May 18, 2007.

  • On May 18, 2007 a "Puts" signal was generated for SPY Options.
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought SPY put options at $3.10 per contract.
  • On May 29, 2007, the trade was closed. We sold our SPY put options at $3.40 per contract and took a 9.7% profit.

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

May 21, 2007.

  • On May 21, 2007 a "Puts" signal was generated for QQQQ Options.
  • On the same trading day, a trade was initiated in accordance with the signal. We bought QQQQ put options at $1.40 per contract.
  • On May 23, 2007, the trade was closed. We sold our QQQQ put options at $1.50 per contract and took a 7.1% profit.

Chart 4: NASDAQ 100 5-day Index Volume Chart
QQQQ Option Trade

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