With options, it doesn't matter whether the market is moving up, down or sideways—you can still improve on your investment.
Because options operate through leverage, you don’t need to start with a large sum of money.
Options do move faster than the underlying stock that it is tied to, so it is important to learn from someone who knows what they’re doing—someone like Chuck Hughes.
Chuck Hughes has been investing in options for almost three decades. Although he began with a small sum of money, he was able to gain almost $500,000 in profits through options investing —in his first two years.
Listen to Chuck Hughes, a veteran stock, options, and futures trader and an 10 time winner of the Investing Trading Championship. Chuck will discuss in detail the indicators he uses to select trades accurately and cover his new Weekly Options Program.
Option Investing - A Weekly Option Trading Strategy
Despite the difficult times that people trading in the stock market have found lately, Chuck Hughes’ option investing has produced over $3.3 million in actual profits in the past five years.
Now is not the time to shy away from trading and investing—now is the time to act smarter about it.
That’s why Chuck Hughes started the Weekly Option Trading strategy—to help small investors trade smarter than ever.
The Weekly Option Trading strategy is an exclusive recommendation service that Chuck Hughes himself moderates and posts on a weekly basis. The trading strategy includes recommended trading signals in option investing, and its viewership is limited to the members of the trading strategy.
View Chuck Hughes' weekly options trading profits from all of this most recent closed trades.
|Weekly Option Trading strategy
Closed Trade Profit Results
As of January 6, 2020
|December 2019||$ 29,894.00||59.3%|
|November 2019||$ 14,779.00||37.7%|
|October 2019||$ 23,592.00||66.7%|
|September 2019||$ 28,100.80||37.8%|
|August 2019||$ 33,579.00||997%|
|July 2019||$ 33,055.00||76.6%|
|June 2019||$ 21,014.00||78.9%|
|May 2019||$ 18,781.00||24.8%|
|April 2019||$ 5,533.00||10.2%|
|March 2019||$ 29,282.00||90.2%|
|February 2019||$ 20,250.00||141.6%|
|January 2019||$ 15,529.00||34.8%|
|December 2018||$ 99,834.00||81.1%|
|November 2018||$ 16,832.00||21.1%|
|October 2018||$ 10,399.00||7.6%|
|September 2018||$ 26,697.00||245.9%|
|August 2018||$ 12,280.00||49.6%|
|July 2018||$ 24,112.00||90.4%|
|June 2018||$ 17,296.00||37.5%|
|May 2018||$ 19,338.00||17.0%|
|April 2018||$ 7,684.00||12.3%|
|March 2018||$ 12,275.40||2.5%|
|February 2018||$ 25,590.00||42.9%|
|January 2018||$ 37,320.00||204.2%|
|December 2018||$ 20,256.00||669.8%|
|November 2017||$ 34,750.00||168.7%|
|October 2017||$ 180.00||15.5%|
|September 2017||$ 28,032.00||88.5%|
|August 2017||$ 18,891.00||65.6%|
|July 2017||$ 25,088.00||1,298.6%|
|June 2017||$ 11,950.00||43.2%|
|May 2017||$ 15,729.00||278.5%|
|April 2017||$ 15,104.00||58.5%|
|March 2017||$ 8,100.90||18.8%|
|February 2016||$ 11,778.00||68.6%|
|January 2017||$ 11,100.00||83.6%|
|December 2016||$ 10,466.00||56.1%|
|November 2016||$ 5,345.00||15.3%|
|October 2016||$ 10,951.00||10.3%|
|September 2016||$ 11,328.00||418.9%|
|August 2016||$ 20,466.00||41.5%|
|Ju ly 2016||$ 11,464.00||310.2%|
|June 2016||$ 12,254.00||36.7%|
|May 2016||$ 11,206.00||35.2%|
|April 2016||$ 11,058.00||19.8%|
|March 2016||$ 13,486.00||83.9%|
|February 2016||$ 7,441.40||14.5%|
|January 2016||$ 14,673.00||9.2%|
|December 2015||$ 32,063.00||77.6%|
|October 2015||$ 3,566.00||165.2%|
|September 2015||$ 25,566.00||27.8%|
|August 2015||$ 48,846.00||33.3%|
|July 2015||$ 13,520.00||66.80%|
|June 2015||$ 14,835.00||107.3%|
|May 2015||$ 11,952.00||126.2%|
|April 2015||$ 14,188.60||30.9%|
|March 2015||$ 12,212.00||60.1%|
|February 2015||$ 12,900.00||109.4%|
|January 2015||$ 14,754.00||87.5%|
|December 2014||$ 13,762.00||345.0%|
|November 2014||$ 17,544.90||1,059.4%|
|October 2014||$ 14,158.00||23.5%|
|September 2014||$ 16,426.00||165.2%|
View Chuck Hughes' weekly options trading profits from all of this most recent open trades.
Weekly Option Trading strategy
Open Trade Profit Results
As of January 6, 2020
|Option Portfolio||$ 148,264.00||724.9%|
|Covered Call Portfolio||$ 246,677.00||167.0%|
|Small Acct Option Portfolio||$ 12,390.00||85.9%|
|Small Acct Covered Call Portfolio||$ 146,161.00||99.5%|
|Market Neutral Portfolio||$ 55,680.00||104.3%|
|Option Spreads||$ 220,988.00||184.0%|
|Super Stock Portfolio||$ 88,102.16||134.8%|
|Total Profit||$ 918.262.16|
If you’re getting started in options investing, then you should consider hiring an options trading strategy—and the easiest way to do that is through the Chuck Hughes Weekly Option Trading strategy. Join the team, and start watching your option investing dollars multiply!
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Weekly Options Strategies provide a short-term trading solution. They expire every week on Friday at the market close for stocks and ETFs. Technically they have six market trading days. There is one week of every month when these options are not available.
Let's talk about the reward advantages. Weekly options give you an opportunity to pay for what you need, which require less capital in the long run. You will also sell each week instead of once a month. You’ll significantly reduce the cost for trades when considering longer-term spread trades and can hedge portfolios against event risk. Trading weekly options allow investors to start small. With this system, a little investment can yield great reward. One thing to remember - weekly options will expire quickly, and your trade will have less time to recover.
There are a number of strategies that can be advantageous to stock traders. Knowing which ones and their terms can be beneficial and will guide you in setting up a stock trade is key. Here are a few: Buying a Call; Buying a Put; Selling a Call; Selling a Put; Buying a Put (Debit) or Call Spread; Selling a Call or Put (Credit) Spread; Buying a Butterfly Spread; Double Calendar Spread; Call or Put Calendar Spread; Call or Put Diagonal Spread.
Before you begin, determine why you want to delve into weekly options trading. If you don't have any experience in this area, this is one of the easiest ways to start. Once you master trading weekly options, you’ll have a strategy that will keep generating income. This system doesn’t rely on whether or not the stock market fails or succeeds. That means your risk is limited, but your options are endless. With this technique, you’ll be able to diversify your investments while maintaining control.
Explore the different ways you can trade weekly options that garner great results! Here are some of the topics covered:
Chuck takes you through his EMA System and Investing with the Trend tactics to ensure you have all the tools you need to succeed. How does Chuck do it? His trend trading system relies on historical trends and reliable financial data to help investors make informed decisions. While most investors study the negative aspects of the trend, Chuck focuses on positive growth among companies. It’s important to have a trend trading system in place that will assist with selecting stocks that are poised to make a profit, calculate risk reduction, and insight for informed buy and sell decisions.
As someone who’s been in the business of trading and generating a profit for many years, you’ll learn from the best. With over 30 years of experience and a stellar options trading record, you won’t find another trading strategy that has both the insight and a proven system that works. A ten-time champion options trader, you’ll learn how to trade with the best!
In the trading game, a strategy is key to seeing rewards. Although there is always some level of risk, having a strategic mindset and system in place that will help take you to the next level makes the difference. Chuck helps you calculate risk to achieve maximum rewards when you trade. Knowing the tips and tricks as a new trader will give you the advantage.
Come be a part of a winning system. The Chuck Hughes Options Trading Strategy is tailor-made to help you learn the tools you won’t find anywhere else on the market. From an income trading strategy to options spreads and Chuck’s own personal tips like prime trade select, you’ll gain more than you ever anticipated.
Don’t let your first venture into trading be one that is unsure. Having the advice and expertise of a trading whiz who understands the system and how to make it work to your advantage can give you the confidence you need. If you’re ready to start trading and seeing rewards call the team at Chuck Hughes today. Dial 866-661-5664 or contact us online. Speak to someone about these trading strategies that can change your life! Tap into Chuck’s knowledge and make the right decision now!
In this webinar Chuck will discuss his strategies for trading weekly options. This program defines parameters of finding stocks and options with the best profit potential. Chuck will show an analysis of:
When purchasing a call option, the underlying stock/ETF must increase in price or the call option will lose value possibly resulting in a 100% loss for your call option trade.
This video will explore the option spread advantages listed below:
1. Increased Profit Potential - A call option spread is created by purchasing a call option and selling a call option with a higher strike price. If you have an existing profit for a call option purchase and leg into an option spread, the spread can typically increase the existing profit potential of an option purchase by 50% to 100% or more.
2. The Option Sale Provides Downside Protection - The sale of a call option results in cash being credited to your brokerage account. This reduces the cost basis of the option purchase and provides downside protection in the event the price of the underlying stock declines in price.
3. Reduces Risk - The sale of a call option results in cash being credited to your brokerage account which can typically reduce the risk of a call option purchase by 30% to 50% or more.
4. Allows You to Maintain Positions During Volatile Markets - The downside protection provided by the sale of a call option to create a spread can help you maintain your spread trade during volatile markets. If you traded option purchases only, volatile price swings in the underlying stock can result in getting stopped out of your directional call option trade.
5. Spreads Can Be Profitable If a Stock Goes Up or Down - Depending on the strike price, option spreads can be profitable if the underlying stock price increases, decreases or remains flat at option expiration