Looking to Trade Weekly Options?
Get Winning Weekly Options Trades and Only Pay For Them
AFTER They Win!
No Research Needed, No Cost Unless You Win.
Have you ever thought to yourself “If these trades are so good, they should give them to me and I will pay them from my winnings?” Well, now you can.
Our trades are so good that we only charge for winning trades. And there are so many of them.
Here’s how it works:
So you only pay AFTER you collect your winnings from the trade!
No monthly fees! No maintenance fees!
Just a simple $25 per winning trade.
The only reason we can do this is because our trades are freakin’ AMAZING!
You can literally, place the trade, make money, and then pay for it from your winnings!
What is the "System", and
What Can It Do for You?
The System is a proprietary set of trading rules that have been tested and proven over time to provide consistent results. The System takes many different aspects into account before signaling a trade including:
When a Signal is given, our staff identifies the proper trade based on the System’s Rules. We then share that trade with our members
Important Stuff Here
The trades generated are simple Credit Spread trades. These trades have a high probability of working, limited risk, and are easy to understand and execute.
These trades have the potential to make anywhere from 5% -15% returns and last from 1 to 8 days. Some expire the next day, some expire in 8 days.
The minimum investment required for each trade is usually $500.
These are not trades that will make 100% or more. These are trades that bring in consistent, weekly income. We are not looking to hit a grand slam to the moon. We want singles and doubles.
Occasionally we will have losses. That is unavoidable. The System has several safeguards to keep losses to a minimum.
Also, the System dictates when there is a trade. That means if the markets do not cooperate, there might not be a trade for a week or two. But that is fine, since you do not get charged.
We trade options only on the S&P 500 Index (Symbol: SPX) and Russell 2000 Index (Symbol: RUT)
SPX and RUT are cash settled Indexes - not ETFs. So there is no early assignment. And they are probably the 2 largest and most liquid underlyings in the stock market.
We have been trading and refining our Trading System since 2011
Here are all the trade results this year…
|Markets went into freefall
Let’s look at an example:
Let’s say a winning trade makes 5%.
So if a trader invests $4,000 into a trade and makes a 5% return that would be a $200 gain.
We would charge $25 for this trade leaving the trader with a $175 gain in less than a week which would be a 195% annualized return!
Some members trade a lot more than $4,000 in each trade and some trade less.
Ready To Try?
What do I need do this?
Trading weekly credit spreads on an index is classified as an “advanced” option strategy by most brokers.
You will need:
- A brokerage account that is approved to sell vertical spread options on indexes (RUT and SPX)
- Knowledge of how to use your broker’s trading platform to execute the trades
- Basic knowledge of option credit spreads and how they work
How do you charge for the trades?
When you sign up, you will be charged an Account Setup Charge. We will keep your credit card on file. For any trade that is issued after you become a member, when it is closed at a profit, we will charge the credit card on file.
If the charge is declined, your membership will be canceled immediately and you will not get any further trades.
Can I pause my membership?
Sorry but we do not have that ability.
How can I cancel my membership?
There is a Cancel button inside the members’ area. If you wish to cancel just click the button and follow the instructions, or you can just email us. You will still be charged for any profitable trades you already received but will not receive any future trades.
What if I do not like the trade or cannot place the trade?
It is up to you how to use our trade ideas. We have no control over how you use them. But if you receive a selection and it is profitable you will be charged.
What do you mean profitable trade selection?
Any trade alert that ends with a profit is a profitable trade selection. We may at our discretion decide not to charge for a trade if the gain is not high enough, but that is a case by case basis.
When are trades sent out?
We try to send trades around 1 pm central time. They can be sent out on Tuesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays. Some trades expire the next day, some in a week...depending. We email all members and you can also sign up for text alerts.
You can also autotrade using the following brokers: Eoption, Global Autotrading, Autoshares.
Of course prices will fluctuate but usually members can get very close to the alert price. Sometimes they do better and sometimes prices move too quickly to get in. If that happens we will not charge. We want to be fair. The happier you are, the longer you will stay a member.
Can you do the trades for me?
Sorry, we cannot do that.
Can you show me how to place a credit spread trade?
Your broker should already have tutorials on how to do this. We do have training materials in the members’ area that will show you how a credit spread works and the math of calculating profits.
How much can a trade lose?
We suggest to have a stop loss of 50% on all trades. This means that you would exit a losing trade when it loses 50% of the invested capital. This is a large amount. Luckily losses happen very rarely due to all the safeguards built into our System.
What if there are no trades?
The System dictates trades to us. If there are no trades in a week or a month, which does happen, you will not be charged anything.
How many trades are there in a month?
We cannot say for sure because it depends on how the markets behave, but the maximum should be around 8 trades in a month.
How will I be notified of new trades?
Members are emailed each trade as soon as it is made. You can also access the member’s area of the site which lists the latest trades, commentary and current positions. You can also choose to sign up for text alerts to be notified via SMS when there is a trade.
We suggest signing up for the text alerts since emails can be delayed or lost. We are not liable if an email does not make it to you.
When do we exit the trades?
We want our trades to expire worthless. Only in rare instances will we close a trade before expiration. Letting the trades expire also saves on commissions.
What if I have never traded an option before?
We urge you to familiarize yourself with credit spreads and how they work first. Most option friendly brokers have excellent educational resources on their site and will even explain how to execute the trades over the phone. In the worst case scenario you should be able to call your broker and have them execute it for you – but they will charge much higher commissions for this.
Before you begin, we strongly suggest Papertrading. This is just like real trading with a regular account but you do not have any money at risk. This will allow you to get experience with your broker’s trading platform and the order entry procedure. Ask your broker if they have papertrading.
Can I trade using my retirement accounts?
Most brokers allow you to trade these strategies in your IRA.
How liquid are the markets you trade?
Very liquid. Our trades use indexes, which trade hundreds of thousands of option contracts every day.
Can I use your trades if I do not live in the USA?
If your broker allows it sure. We actually have lots of members who do not live in the USA. It doesn’t matter where you live.
Do you trade these same trades in your account?
Yes. We place every trade that we release to members.
What broker should I use?
There are several good ones. Anyone that allows you to trade option spreads is fine.
Do you guarantee I won’t lose money?
Of course not. While we do our best to keep from losing money, we do have losses. Losses are unavoidable. As long as the losses are smaller than our profits we will be fine.
Do you just give trades or teach us how to find them ourselves?
We only provide trade selections. Our proprietary System is extremely valuable and not shared with anyone.