Gain confidence, clarity, and trust by following along as we demonstrate our most popular, proven, high probability income trading strategies with the strategy developer John Locke.
Each Monday morning, we will embark on an educational journey as we review the past week’s activity on a series of proven, high probability, income trading strategies. We will discuss how each strategy has performed and why it is performing the way is in the current marketplace.
We’ll step through the trades day by day and discuss the thought process on whether or not to adjust as well as the options for adjusting within the trade’s respective guidelines, especially when we come upon those grey areas that can really make a difference sometimes.
This will provide lessons on the trades themselves, obviously, but we’ll also go beyond that because we’re also going to incorporate lessons on back testing, back testing variability, and how to take away the right information from your back testing, as we are progressing through the trades.
During this process, we’ll also be considering challenges that often come up in real trading such as when we get excessive price movement during the day and how that may affect some people’s trading, and therefore results.
The trades themselves will be approached completely by guidelines in a non-subjective manner as to promote confidence, clarity, and consistency with our intermediate and non-subjective traders as we build a solid foundation for advancement to the Pro Level.
As for the strategies themselves, we will be rotating between 12 of our more popular rule-based trading strategies that are traded on the Russell 2000 or the S+P 500. We will cover 4 trades per expiration cycle which may include the Bull, the Bear, the M3.4u, the V32, the M3, the Bearish Butterfly, the ROCK, the Unbalanced Butterfly 1, the X4v14, the X4v17, the X4v22, or the Super Bull. See our calendar for the specific trades we will be reviewing each month.
Sessions are scheduled for Mondays at 9:30 AM ET for about 30 minutes by professional trader John Locke. See our calendar for session dates and times.
|Strategy||Bearish||M3*||The Rock||The Bull|
|Average Yearly (2011-2018)||100.58%||57.67%||96.34%||25.65%|
These are the result of the real-time, hypothetical trades as tracked in the Options Trading for Income Weekly Update on our blog. Trades are real-time simulated trades. Simulated 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.
*Indicates an overlapping strategy. Results are shown trade for trade. Divide by 2 to determine returns from the context of the total capital required to run both trades
**M9 in place of the Bearish Butterfly