A great way to improve your trading results is by keeping up to date with the latest trading techniques and current market conditions! During this weekly webinar, John reviews the current market conditions and the performance of five different trading strategies. The current strategies on the RUT are the Bearish Butterfly, M3, Rock, and The Bull. The SPX strategies that we cover are two of the three X4 trades, the X4 version 14 (X4v14) and version 17 (X4v17) in a rotation. Here is an example of how our hypothetical trades are performing*…
|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 shown are trade for trade. Divide by 2 to determine returns from the context of total capital required to run both trades
**M9 in place of the Bearish Butterfly
Join me every Monday at 9 AM EST** for our “ Options Trading for Income ” webinars. These webinars are available exclusively to Locke Options Community Premium PLUS, FIT, and Premium Members ONLY! Once you become a paid member you are automatically registered for our weekly webinars and will receive a confirmation email from GoToWebinar. Click here to go to our member page to select your membership level.
- Watch live as I analyze the current market conditions and make calls on what‘s most likely to happen next.
- Follow along as I go through our sample trades where I’ll step through the week’s adjustments and share my thoughts about the positions and how they will be affected by the expected market movement.
- Get those burning questions answered during our question and answer session.