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Option trading’s risky right?

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I can lose all my money, I can get a margin call and lose more than I put in the trade, 9/10 options expire worthless. You’ve heard that right? is it true? YES it is. BUT if you only put in $500 on a trade...
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Rise of Gold

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BIG GAME tweets from 9:52 – 10:04 am eastern November 14, 2014 highlighting GLD “Did everyone see the upward rebound in golds, slivers, etc? Sharply lower open, but turned up afterward! OTM calls??” “GDX18 calls have already tripled(200%) since the low of $.03! Now $.10!”...
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You are in control

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Guess what? You don’t have to own stocks to make money in the market You don’t have to lose money when the market goes down You can make money without caring if the market is up or down You can control stocks without owning them...
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Risk and skew in options – ponder this

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Options are financial products, the premiums of which reflect the likelihood of that option expiring in-the-money at expiry. While this is at best a mathematical deduction, the sheer magnitude of premium will reveal the risk and reward adopted. Despite the assistance of mathematical models, a...
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Here’s what John E. had to say

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Just a short note to say thank you to Dale for your amazing technical advancements in the science of Technical analysis in trading. They are so good, they hold equally well for the short and longer term trader, as well as the short, medium and...
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 8660% in one day

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Did you know there’s one blueprint that worked in the crash of the 80’s,the rally of the 90’s, the tech bubble burst in 2001, and 2008/09 sell off and rally? And still works today? It’s straight forward definable and repeatable blueprint for trading success. A...
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 The Options Hunter Q & A – discipline

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You teach the disciplined approach to trading, can you explain what this is? The discipline is a psychological discipline, as well as a technical discipline. I teach to trade using technical approaches. I’m looking for basically V-shaped price configurations or W formations in the price...
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Taking the VIX Apart

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While the S&P500 has rarely experienced an ordinate move of more than 5% in the last 20 years, the VIX is a device to represent volatility expectations. Expressed as the expected price movement within one standard deviation this encompasses the likely probability of all contingencies...
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Our Preferred Trading Software

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AIQ TradingExpert Pro Dale Wheatley’s preferred trading software. There’s a winner and a loser on each side of every trade. Wouldn’t you rather be on the winning side every time? Have you ever wondered if those technical tools your broker provides are really the best...
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Learn About Options

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What is an Option? An option is a standardized contract providing for the right – but not the obligation – to buy or sell an underlying financial instrument. For the Options Hunter this can be an underlying stock, exchange traded fund (ETF), or an index....
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Intricacies of Option Spread Trading

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Spread trading with options may appear fairly straight forward; even rather attractive due to its risk aversion properties however, as often the case with serious investment; not all is as it seems. Options like any capital asset are valued according to their future returns, or...
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