FAQ

Question. I am curious about your newsletter. What information will I receive?

Answer. Our weekly options newsletter offers short-term trading ideas, stock market opinions, and individual stock reviews for the upcoming week.


Q. Can you be more specific?

A. Our newsletter gives you an idea of which equities will incur high volatility during the upcoming week. Earnings announcements, momentum stocks, and economic numbers, this is the preview information we provide.  We are the best source to form your own weekly options trading ideas.


Q. How many newsletters will I receive per month?

A. One new newsletter is sent per week, four per month.


Q. How long is your outlook on the stock market?

A. Three to six days. We focus on generating a short-term stock market ideas and the near-term outlook.


Q. What types of options do you focus on? What can I expect?

A. We focus on weekly options – these are options that expire within five to six trading days. More specifically, we write about short-term volatility as well as historical volatility charts.


Q.  What are the best strategies for weekly options?

A.  Wisdom dictates there is no ‘best’ strategy for weekly options.  Successful strategies adjust to market conditions, and stock market conditions are in a constant state of perpetual change. The best strategy today may be unprofitable tomorrow, so a wise investor needs to be flexible.  Weekly options have attributes that may produce big gains, but risk is high, and small but quick losses may occur often.  One strategy for weekly options is to buy out-of-the-money call or put options, and hope for a big payday should the underlying stock make a quick, sudden, and sizable move during the week that you are long the options.  This can produce terrific gains.  But many times the stock does not make the big jump, and investors are left owning options that are expiring worthless.  Attempting to profit from expiring options is another strategy.  Selling a weekly options call spread or put spread will keep time on your side.  Weekly options carry a high degree of time-decay (also known as ‘theta’).  Being short these options will allow sellers of the option spreads to profit as time passes and the options become less valuable.  Selling spreads as opposed to naked options will keep risk to a defined amount. Option spreads are a much safer and preferred way to invest in options.  Weekly options indeed carry a higher degree of risk, but there are definitely strategies that allow astute investors to profit from these weekly derivatives. Our weekly options newsletter goes into detail for many of the situations descried here.


Q. Does your newsletter focus on equity options (stock options) or index options?

A. Both. But primarily equity options.


Q. Do you consider yourself the best options trading newsletter?

A. Yes.  Our newsletter is jampacked with weekly options information. The more information you have, the better your decision making is.


Q. What do I receive when I sign up?

A. You receive a Welcome email. You also receive our current weekly newsletter. You also receive all trading newsletters for the next four weeks.


Q. Can you answer my personal trading questions and give me advice on my trading positions?

A. Unfortunately, no. Currently we do not have the resources to help each individual investor with their own portfolios. Please meet with a financial adviser for in-depth investment consultations.  Our newsletter is for informational purposed only.


Q. Is your newsletter risky?

A. As mentioned above, our newsletter is for informational purposes only.  Many investors have informed us they profit from our information and opinions.


DISCLAIMER: Risk of loss is always possible when trading futures and options. Please invest responsibly.  The opinions offered in the Weekly Options Trader Newsletter are for idea generation only.  No specific trading advice is given nor should be perceived.  Always consult with a financial adviser for professional guidance.


Q. May I cancel my monthly membership at anytime?

A. Yes. Simply cancel the subscription on your end, or email us and we will cancel your membership immediately. Many of our followers decide to return after a month or two, so we find it important to maintain outstanding customer service 🙂


Q. Do you advise when or how to trade.

A. No. We only comment on where the stock market is currently, how it got there, and where individual equities may be headed.


Q. May I receive a refund?

A. Refunds are not available. You may cancel anytime.  Please do not sign up if your are unsure about our service.


Q. Can you provide a list of the weekly options?

A. A weekly options list or weekly options stock list is available at CBOE.com or you may search google or bing for the latest updates.


 

 

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