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Weekly Paycheck Strategy

The Weekly Paycheck Strategy generates weekly cash income from the sale of call options on ETFs. We get to keep this weekly cash income and spend it anyway we want regardless of what happens to the price movement of the underlying ETF.

Let’s look at an actual example of the Weekly Paycheck Strategy that is generating a 207% cash payout for the Energy ETF symbol ERX.

Let’s use three criteria for selecting ETFs for cash payouts

  1. The ETF trades weekly options
  2. The ETF’s option premium gives you at least a 1 to 2% weekly cash payout from selling at the money calls
  3. The price of the ETF is trending up with the 1-Month Price above the 10-Month SMA 

A Lot Can Go Wrong and You Could Still Profit 

When you generate a 207% ‘Cash on Cash’ return a lot can go wrong and you will still profit:

  • The Energy ETF could decline substantially and you could still profit
  • If you had bad timing on entering the trade you could still profit
  • There could be volatile price swings in ERX and you could still profit

 

Retired and Collecting a Weekly Paycheck

In the following video we will learn a simple strategy for generating cash income from selling weekly call options against your stock/ETF positions. Chuck rolls over his weekly options each week before they expire which enables him to keep his stock/ETF position while collecting a new premium each week.

Selling weekly call options has generated more than a 100% 'cash on cash' return in Chuck's retirement accounts over the past year. Learn how this low risk strategy can produce consistent returns in any type of market condition.

Generating a 'Cash on Cash' Return

April 14, 2014

Chuck Hughes has been trading options for 30 years and weekly options since 2010. Weekly options start trading on Thursday and expire the following Friday and have a life of six trading days. This gives you, the trader 52 opportunities each year.

If you are seeking weekly cash income you can sell weekly call options against your stock positions. Selling weekly call options can generate a 135% 'cash on cash' return regardless of the price movement of the underlying stock. Learn how this low risk strategy can produce consistent profits in any type of market condition.

 

Trading Weekly Options

April 1 2014

The two main goals for trading weekly options are price appreciation and receiving weekly income from the sale of weekly covered calls.

If you are seeking price appreciation, trading weekly options allows you to start small. You can trade a portfolio of 5 options with at total investment of $270.  Weekly Options are the ideal investment for turning a small amount of money into a large amount of money. There are 52 opportunities to profit each year which allows you to rollover your profits and compound your returns. Chuck's brokerage statement profit/loss report below shows an average return of 82.7% for this portfolio of weekly options.

If you are seeking weekly income, you can sell weekly call options against your stock positions. Selling weekly call options can generate a 135% 'cash on cash' return over the course of a year with low risk.

In the following video we will discover the amazing profit opportunities available from trading weekly options.

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Compounding Returns with Weekly Options

In this video we will explore a little known option trading strategy that allows us to compound our returns using weekly options. This strategy has allowed Chuck to earn over 100% 'cash on cash' annual return over the last several years regardless of the price movement of the underlying stock or ETF.

Weekly Options give us 52 opportunities a year to compound our returns. Learn how this low risk strategy can produce consistent returns regardless of the market conditions.

Generating Weekly Cash Income with Weekly Options

In this video we will explore using weekly options to generate weekly cash income. Weekly options allow you to sell 52 premiums each year which can lead to a 100% 'cash on cash' return regardless of the price movement of the underlying stock. Learn how this low risk strategy can produce consistent profits in any type of market condition.

Trading Both Sides of a Market

The Market Neutral Strategy is implemented by writing weekly covered calls on both bullish and bearish ETFs for the same index. This strategy can allow you to profit if the market goes up or down (buy equal dollar amounts of bullish andbearish ETFs).

Chuck is collecting 2 to 4% or more in option time premium per week for both bullish and bearish covered calls. Time premium becomes profit at option expiration regardless of the price movement of the underlying ETF. Weekly options provide 52 opportunities each year to sell option premium which can lead to a 200% cash on cash return regardless of the price movement of the underlying ETF.

In this video we will learn that when you are collecting 2 to 4% per week in time premium a lot can go wrong and you would still profit:

  • If you have bad timing when entering a trade it is not a factor when you are on both sides of amarket
  • Volatile price swings allow you to take profits as early as Monday or Tuesday with weekly options
  • Even if the underlying ETF price declines substantially you can still profit

Spread Trading - Weekly Options

Despite the many volatile price moves over the past year, the S&P 500 Index is virtually unchanged from the price level it traded a year ago. Profiting from directional long or short trades in this type of market environment is difficult if you use a money management system to exit trades before they develop into large losses. Directional trades can be easily stopped out in this type of market.

The best way to profit in this difficult market environment is to employ spread trades which can profit if the underlying stock increases in price, remains flat or decreases in price. One of Chuck's favorite spread strategies is initiated by purchasing an ETF and selling weekly option premium against the ETF position.

In this video we will learn how to collect up to a 280% 'cash on cash' annual return from selling weekly option premium.

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Market Neutral Strategy

The Weekly Option Market Neutral Strategy generates weekly cash income from the sale of weekly options on both bullish and bearish ETF's making this the ideal strategy for volatile markets.

In this video we will learn the Weekly Option Market Neutral Strategy:

  • Can be profitable regardless of market direction (based on actual trades)
  • Collect up to 4% per week, 200% annually 'cash on cash' returns selling weekly options (based on actual trades)
  • Having equally weighted positions in both bullish and bearish ETFs reduces overall risk
  • How an increase in volatility results in increased profit potential
  • Rely on a proven strategy instead of trying to predict market direction
  • Timing of when you enter and exit trades is not important when you take bullish and bearish trades
  • Market Neutral Strategy incurs less risk than owning ETFs and can be traded in most retirement accounts

Receive a 100% "Cash-on-Cash" Return with this Low Risk Weekly Option Strategy

Chuck Hughes' weekly option portfolios have been profitable this month despite the market correction and increased volatility.

In this video we will learn how to adjust weekly option trades when the underlying stock declines in price which allows you to collect two option premiums in one week and "Double Dip".

Chuck sold $16,053.53 in option premium last week using weekly options. Double dipping allowed him to sell and additional $6,618.22 in option premium for a total of $22,671.75 in option premium sales over a one week period. These option sales were all at-the-money and out-of-the-money options which consist of only time value. On Friday, Chuck gets to keep this $22,671.75 in time value premium regardless of the price movement of the underlying stock.

Also, Chuck Hughes' Trade Selection process gave his weekly option portfolio an edge with stocks that have increased in price this month despite the broad market correction.

Weekly options give you 52 opportunities each year to sell option premium which can lead to a 100% "cash on cash" return regardless of the price movement of the underlying stock!

Chuck Hughes’ brokerage account weekly option portfolio is currently showing a $332,597.96 open trade profit with an average return of 36.9% and no losing trades.

Trading Weekly Options

Chuck Hughes has been trading options for more than 27 years and weekly options since 2010. Weekly options start trading on Thursday and expire the following Friday and have a life of six trading days. This gives traders 52 profit opportunities every year.

There are two main goals for trading weekly options:

  1. Price appreciation
  2. Receiving weekly income from the sale of weekly covered calls

If you are seeking price appreciation, weekly's allow you to start small. You can trade a portfolio of 5 options with a total investment of $270. Weekly options are the ideal investment for turning a small amount of money into a large amount of money. There are 52 opportunities to profit each year which allows you to rollover your profits and compound your returns. Chuck's brokerage account profit/loss Report below shows an average return of 82.7% for this portfolio of weekly options that he traded recently.

If you are seeking weekly income, you can sell weekly call options against your stock positions. Selling at-the-money calls which consist of time value only, can generate a 1.0% to 1.5% weekly income with relatively low risk.

In this video we will discover the amazing profit opportunities available from trading weekly options.

  • Average Weekly Return of 82.7%
  • Average Cost of $54 Per Option
  • Total Portfolio Cost of $270 to Purchase One Contract

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