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Options Trading Strategies

Irrelevant of a rising, falling, or stagnant stock market, option investing can be successful in creating a profit. Unlike trading in stocks, the success of options trading is not dependent upon a rising market.

 

With the increase in popularity of the options trading system, the internet has exploded with websites claiming to be gurus in options trading strategies. Considering the amount of websites available on this topic, it is hard to know which ones are providing legitimate options investing strategies and which sites are just looking to make a quick buck off of a novice options trader.

As you begin to think about participating in an options trading system, it’s important that you research different options investing strategies and gain options trading tips from an options trading agency that you trust.

What Sets Chuck Hughes Apart from All Other Options Trading Agencies?

1) His proven success in options investing as a 8 times world champion options trader. He has won more world options trading championships than any other person in history!

2) His 30 years of experience fine tuning his options trading system.

3) His options trading record proves his success as an options trading strategist. You won’t find an options trading advisory service with more experience in the options trading system and more success in his personal options trading strategies. Chuck Hughes provides his members with options trading tips that have lower risk and higher return on investment (ROI) potential.

When you’re ready to gain exclusive options trading strategies and become a part of Chuck Hughes’ Options Advisory Service, give us a call at (866)661-5664 or get more information about Chuck Hughes’ exclusive options trading strategies by joining Chuck's email list.

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Why Should I Choose Chuck Hughes as My Options Trading Agency?

Learn to Trade OptionsBecoming a member of Chuck Hughes’ options trading system gives you access to his personal and strategic trading secrets.

One of the benefits of Chuck Hughes’ weekly options trading system is that you don’t have to invest your time in understanding the market or figuring out weekly options trading. Chuck does it for you!

You get to become a weekly options trading investor without having to sacrifice your time learning weekly options strategies.

By using Chuck’s proven options trading strategies, you'll gain market volatility profit strategies. You may be able to minimize your risk and maximize return on your portfolio without having to attend a weekly options trading system course.

What is an Option?

  • An option is a financial tool that establishes a contract between a buyer and a seller to buy or sell an asset at a certain price. The price at which the asset is bought or sold is known as the strike price. Trading an option gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to purchase an asset, while the seller is obligated to fulfill the transaction.
  • A call option is a contract giving the buyer the right to buy a stock at a certain price within a specific period of time, while a put option is a contract that gives the seller a right to sell a stock at a certain price within a specific period of time.
  • When trading options, the strike price must go above (for calls) or below (for puts) before the stock can be exercised for a profit known as the option premium.

Why Should I Invest in Options Trading?

1) The options trading system is not dependent upon the stock market’s success or failure. This is a huge bonus considering the uncertainty of the stock market.

2) It’s easy to start trading options.

3) You don’t need to have a lot of money to become involved in a weekly options trading system. You can start with just a small amount of money!

4) The risk of weekly options trading can be reduced by using strategy.

The great thing about option investing is that it doesn’t matter if the stock market is up or down. You can make money trading options even if the stock market crashes! With options you can always improve on your investment by trading at the right time and by incorporating trading options strategies.

It’s easy to get started. You don’t need a large amount of money because Chuck Hughes’ weekly options system operates through leverage. By choosing to trade options instead of stocks, investors can control a much larger amount of stock for the same amount of money. This means investors can have a bigger reach with a smaller investment.

Trading options involves a lesser risk than trading stocks. Options investing gives traders the ability to control and diversify their investments—allowing traders to manipulate the level of risk they feel comfortable with.

Because of the nature of options trading, hedging allows options traders to offset potential losses that may be caused by another investment within their portfolio. Whether you’re comfortable with increased risk or are a risk adverse investor, you can trade in the options market.

What are the Options Trading Strategies that Chuck Hughes Uses?

Chuck has several strategies that he uses to be a successful options trader. Strategies such as “The EMA System” and “Investing with the Trend” are two examples of how Chuck determines when to buy and sell options. It is by using these strategies and others like it that Chuck is able to offer successful options trading tips to his members, which in turn can create a profit for them.

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Options Investing Strategy: Exponential Moving Average

Learn Options Trading StrategiesExponential Moving Average (EMA) is built upon the concept of the Moving Average (MA). Moving Average is an analysis meant to predict a security based upon the average daily price of a security over a period of time.

Two common types of MAs are Simple Moving Average (SMA) and EMA. While SMA appoints an equal amount of weight to the price of a security, irrespective of whether the price was historic or recent, an EMA appoints more weight to more recent daily values than historic values.

A rising MA indicates that the security is trending upwards while a declining MA indicates a downwards trend.

Chuck Hughes uses the EMA system instead of SMA because it is faster to react to changes within the price of a security.

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Trading Options Tips: Investing with the Trend

One of the components of Chuck’s options trading system is built upon the idea of trend trading strategy. Put simply, a trend trading strategy means to invest with the trend, instead of against it.

This weekly options trading strategy focuses on purchasing securities that have hit their bottom value. This allows the security to increase its price over a period of time. A trend trading system is essential for profitable stock selection, risk reduction, and knowledgeable buy and sell decision making.

Chuck's trend trading system is built upon a foundation of reliable financial data and historical trends from identified companies to make knowledgeable and informed investment decisions. This simple investment strategy is opposed to the “buy when you HOPE the bottom has been reached” theory that many use.

Rather than look for negative trends, investing with the trend looks for positive growth in company financials. Chuck recommends trend trading in companies with growth in stockholder’s equity.

Investment strategies are used to create profit and reduce risk. When you become a member of Chuck Hughes’ Options Advisory Service, you will be exposed to a variety of strategies that Chuck Hughes uses to make you money at a 4:1 reward to risk ratio.

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Why is Strategy Important When Investing in Options Trading?

When starting out in options trading, an important decision to make is how much of a risk you are willing to take. All stock and options trading involves some level of risk. However, certain trading options strategies can reduce the risk level.

Decrease Risk NowThe reward to risk ratio is an important risk management and trading tool that is used to determine if a trading system is likely to be consistently profitable. It is a measure of risk versus reward which is calculated by dividing a trader’s total profits by total losses.

Many options trading companies will provide strategy that equates to a 2:1 reward to risk ratio. Chuck Hughes is proud to provide members with a 4:1 reward to risk ratio.

You should always calculate the reward to risk ratio before trading options. It is important to understand your level of risk with every trade that you do.

The challenge is to manage risk within your portfolio to achieve maximum benefit from your trades. Experienced traders know that the reward to risk ratio is important when it comes to options investing. However, this is often overlooked by new and inexperienced traders.

What is a good reward to risk ratio? Most would think that an acceptable reward to risk ratio is 3:1. Some are satisfied with 2:1. As a member of the Chuck Hughes’ team, you won’t have to worry about the reward to risk ratio. A minimum of 4:1 reward to risk ratio is maintained by members who follow the weekly options strategies and recommendations as outlined by Chuck Hughes.

This means for every $1000 you make you risk losing $250, or for every $15,000 you make you risk losing $3750. When trading options as a member of Chuck Hughes’ exclusive team, the likelihood of success is much greater than the probability of loss.

When you become a part of Chuck Hughes’ Options Advisory Service, you'll learn valuable trading strategies, like the income trading strategy. You'll learn about option spreads, the global powertrend system and Chuck's own strategies, like prime trade select. You can take his given strategies as far as you want. Some team members even maintain a 22:1 reward to risk ratio by using the options trading strategies that Chuck Hughes provides.

If you would like to take your options trading to the next level, call our team at Chuck Hughes today at (866)661-5664 or Get More Information about Chuck Hughes’ exclusive options trading strategies.

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