We are pleased to report that we have now completed 100 options trades with 91 of them generating a profit. This centurion trade involved the S&P 500 which generated a profit of 25.61% achieved in just 8 days.
This weekend we will write up this trade in detail in order to give you an insight as to why we implemented this trade, the risk/reward dynamics, entry and exit points, etc, which we hope you find interesting and informative.
We should also point out that we analyze numerous potential opportunities, however, many of them do not make the grade. Our strategy is to trade when we are convinced that the certainty of success is skewed in our favour. We believe that this view has been vindicated as our success rate is 91%, which we invite you to compare with other services. If you find something better then please let us know, if not, then maybe you will give some thought to joining us in this venture.
Our charts and statistics will be also be updated over the weekend enabling you to see for yourself just how well our model portfolio has performed, as it stands it is up 447.55% since inception, not including this trade on the S&P 500.
We would also draw your attention to the fact that we have 'skin in the game' as they say. Our trading signals mirror the trades that we place with our very own hard earned cash. We believe that it is important that we also feel the emotions involved in having our money on the line, along with that of our subscribers.
For those subscribers who are just too busy to act on our trading signals there is an auto-trading facility available, provided by both Global AutoTrading and eOption.
Our current subscribers are also rewarded for their loyalty as they pay the very same subscription fee that they paid when they first joined us, a strategy that we intend to maintain for long as possible.
Finally we would like to take this opportunity to thank you all very much indeed for your support and kind words which our team has been extremely grateful to receive.
To explore this Winning Team further, please click these links:
The bitter taste of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten – Author Unknown.