The ROCK trading system is the next step for the experienced, positive Theta, options trader who wants to understand how to morph their position to match market conditions.
The most unique aspect of the system is that it changes back and forth from a defensive, low Gamma position to an aggressive high Theta position to match the market environment allowing you to trade more confidently in all market environments.
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The ROCK trade, as demonstrated in the series, is shown as a standalone position that may be used as a regularly traded 30 day, concept based, market neutral strategy.
The main purpose of the ROCK however is to give you the “mechanics” needed to bring you to a competency level where you will be able to trade the infamous M21 Trade.
The system smoothly transitions between six different configurations including the M3 and Bearish Butterfly positions.
The ROCK is considerably more complex than the M3 trade, and it requires previous knowledge of both the M3 and Bearish Butterfly Trades. It is NOT for beginners.
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See examples of this options trading strategy in The Winning Trade episodes:
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $5,800 profit with a maximum capital in the trade of about $17,500 or approximately 33% of actual capital in less than 30 days.*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $10,000 profit or about 20% of the planned capital.*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $6,200 profit or about 12% of the planned capital.*
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.