The ultimate trade situation win! The Bear strategy can experience the “ultimate” trade situation several times a year as is discussed in this episode of The Winning Trade. This options trading strategy is effective in many, many different types of market situations.
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Returns of this trade*: This trade earned about $583 profit which was approximately 11.5% of the planned capital and a whopping return of over 40% on the maximum capital at risk in the position.*
Description of this trade: 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.
Minimum Capital Required: $5,000
Example size: $5,000 planned capital
Profit Target: 30% or $1,500 in this example
Exit Loss Trigger: 30% or $1,500 in this example
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Trade Duration: Variable
Why do we love this trading strategy? It is a simple trade that is great for slow moving bullish markets and bearish trends without any subjectivity.
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Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $536 profit or about 10% of the planned capital.*
*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.