This week let’s take a look at the trend following system used to select option trades for high returns with low risk. If you can identify a stock moving up in price, you can profit from purchasing call options. Conversely, if you can identify a stock moving down in price you can profit from purchasing put options. Learn how to identify stocks and options with the best profit potential and how to select a low risk entry point.
Brokerage account statements shows that Chuck has $1.83 million in actual closed trade profits over the past two years and $711,579 in open trade profits using this trade selection process.
This week we will look at a simple strategy for generating a 136% 'Cash on Cash' return with low risk.
When you generate a 136% 'Cash on Cash' return a lot can go wrong and you will still profit.
Learn how this strategy delivers substantial returns with virtually no risk.
The difficult market conditions over the past year has made it hard to profit from directional long or short trades 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 the married put strategy which is initiated by purchasing a stock and a protective put option. This is the lowest risk spread strategy and Chuck likes to call this the 'Safety Strategy'.
The Married Put Calculator below displays the profit/loss potential of an actual married put trade Chuck took recently for Apple. This married put trade allowed Chuck to lock in a profit of $35,490 and a return of 46.4% regardless of how much Apple stock may decline in price even in the unlikely event it declines to zero.
One of the great advantages of this strategy is that your profits are not capped. The profit potential for this trade increases as Apple stock moves up in price. The more Apple stock moves up in price, the greater the profit potential.
Learn how to limit your risk but not your profit potential with this spread strategy.