The winning trade episode 95 shows a great example of a trade that has persevered through the tough market conditions of 2022! This trading strategy is called the Quick and Dirty Broken Wing Butterfly!
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Returns of this trade*: This trade earned approximately 13.7% of planned capital or $961 profit in 46 days.*
Description of this trade: The Quick and Dirty Broken Wing Butterfly trading strategy is a market neutral income strategy developed to be traded on the Russell 2000 or the RUT. It is a very dynamic trading strategy that does well in a lot of different types of market conditions and it is relatively simple!
Minimum Capital Required: $3,500 per trade
Example size: $7,000 planned capital
Profit Target: 7.1% or $500 in this example
Exit Loss Trigger: 7.1% or $500 in this example
Trade Duration: Up to 56 days
Why do we love this trading strategy? Because it is a simple trade that is easy to execute without any subjectivity.
Learning how to trade the Quick and Dirty Broken Wing Butterfly trading strategy is simple too! To learn the strategy, simply join the PRO or GO membership where you will gain unlimited on-demand access to the valuable Fundamentals in Trading library as well as over 1000 archived trading videos! You’ll also be able to attend our live Options Trading for Income Webinars every week!
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Episode 85 – Quick and Dirty Broken Wing Butterfly
Returns of this trade: This trade earned approximately 33% on the maximum amount of capital used in the trade!*
*The result shown is from real-time, hypothetical trades such as those shown in the Options Trading for Income weekly webinar. Simulated trades are believed to be represented as accurately as possible, however, live results may have been different. The result is shared as an example for educational purposes ONLY.
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