If you’re someone who wants to create a serious business out of options trading, you need more than a set of rules. That is why I came up with the M3 trading system. Let’s face it market conditions change and no single set of rules is going to be able to do well all the time. The last thing you need is to finally decide to go full time with your trading, have conditions change and then go out of business.
So I decided to come up with a way to educate traders on how to manage their risk in complex options spreads so I could help them improve their game.
The M3 is not just a not a “trade in the box” where you blindly follow a set of strict rules, it is a market neutral trading system that I have been developing since 2011 specifically designed to teach and educate options traders how to identify and control risk in their positions.
The M3 system gives you the tools you need to help you understand your position and then explains how, why and when to apply those tools to help you become a better trader.
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See examples of this options trading strategy in The Winning Trade episodes:
Returns of this trade: This options trading strategy earned about $5,534 profit or about 11% of the planned capital of $50,000.*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $5,425 profit or about 10% of the planned capital in 46 days.*
Here are the yearly returns as we have calculated them from the Options Trading for Income by the Guidelines weekly webinar:
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* The percentage returns shown above are the result of the real-time, hypothetical trades as tracked in the Options Trading for Income by the Guidelines weekly webinars or the results of backtesting. Trades are real-time simulated trades or have been backtested. Simulated trades and backtested trades are believed to be represented as accurately as possible, however, live results may have been different. This summary is shared as an example for educational purposes ONLY, it does not imply that the information stated is accurate nor that it is possible.