The Bear trade is bearish bias income strategy that is designed to be traded on the Russell 2000 or RUT index. It can be utilized in multiple ways including a non-subjective monthly income strategy, a subjective bearish bias strategy, or as a hedge for long portfolios.
Learning how to trade the Bear trading strategy is simple too! It is one of the four trading strategies included in the Fundamentals in Trading library which is just one of the benefits of the PRO and GO membership.
And the Bear is also one of the 12 income strategies that we track regularly on our weekly Options Trading for Income webinars. To learn the strategy, simply join the PRO or GO membership where you will gain unlimited on-demand access to the this valuable library and be invited to attend our live Options Trading for Income Webinars every week!
This rule-based options trading strategy requires $5k minimum capital and allows you the chance to profit in a variety of market types such as over extended up trending markets, volatile and very volatile sideways markets, as well as volatile and non-volatile down trending markets.
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Trade results since 2017 for this trading strategy are accessible by the PRO and GO members who can review the Options Trading for Income by the Guidelines session recordings and research the available trade logs to fully understand the context of the results.
For examples of this trading strategy in action, please view The Winning Trade episodes below:
Returns of this trade: This trade earned approximately 21% on the actual capital involved in the trade or 7.1% on our planned capital in only 12 days*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $673 profit which was approximately 67% on the actual capital in the trade in 35 days.*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $583 profit or about a 11.5% of the planned capital.*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $536 profit or about 10% of the planned capital.*
*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. These recordings and results are shared as an example for educational purposes ONLY, it does not imply that the information stated is accurate nor that it is possible.