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We’ve all been there… researching options strategies and unable to find the answers we’re looking for. SteadyOptions has your solution.
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What is SteadyOptions?

SteadyOptions is an options trading advisory that uses diversified option trading strategies to produce positive returns under all market conditions.

We aim for steady and consistent gains with a high winning ratio and limited risk, and we like our members to have realistic expectations.

We provide high quality options education.

We provide a full trading plan and teach members how to treat options trading like a business and make money in any market.

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We Are

  • Options education
  • Risk managers
  • Implied volatility
  • Actionable trade ideas
  • Steady gains & low risk
  • Real fills

We Aren't

  • Gurus promising millions
  • Auto-pilot trading system
  • Your financial analyst or advisor
  • A get-rich-quick scheme
  • Hypothetical performance
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  • "The owner, Kim Klaiman, must be one of the most knowledgeable people in the field, yet he manages to remain humble. His personal integrity is obvious and plays a big part in the value of this service."

    - Saud
  • "One of the only people I found on the net that actually really trades. The fills are actual fills, the trades are real trades, not just theories like most services. Kim is extremely knowledgeable."

    - Elkate
  • "Over the last 12 months, my understanding of options trading, greeks, intrinsic/extrinsic value, implied volatility etc. have increased tremendously, thanks to SO and Kim. Every trade is discussed, and documented."

    - Maxtodorov
  • "I have learned far more from SO than anywhere else for event-driven trades like earnings straddles. The educational value of SO far outweighs the price of admission. There are many smart people in the community."

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  • "I've been with SO since the beginning. It's responsible for my trading success. It really was a life changing decision. Without SO, I would never have learned what I've learned and I give it credit in the trader I've become."

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  • "One of the things that distinguishes Kim from others is that each of the trades are real not hypothetical. Thus his successful trading becomes your successful trading since there is no reason you can't match his trades."

    - RobertB
  • "In three months, I found that this is the best investment service that educates people on how to do option trading. Kim (the owner and editor) is very knowledgeable about different options trading strategies."

    - JackYa
  • "The trading methods are clear, complete, and well-explained for all skill levels. Upcoming trades are discussed and dissected, optimal entries and exits are determined. Executed trades are monitored and analyzed."

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Three Unique Options Strategies

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SteadyOptions

Non-directional market neutral strategies for active traders with portfolios $10,000-$100,000.

10-15 trade ideas per month. 4-6 open trades.

Targets 5-7% monthly net return on the whole account.

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Anchor Trades options strategy

Anchor Trades

Portfolio of ETFs hedged with options tailored for long term investors with portfolios $50,000+.

4-5 trades per month, 3-5 ETFs and 2 option positions.

Targets positive returns in all market conditions.

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Steady Condors options strategy

Steady Condors

Hedged income trades managed by Greeks for mid to long-term investors with portfolios $20,000+.

2-4 trades per month, 2-6 open trades + hedges.

Targets 2-3% monthly net return on the whole account.

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Recent Articles

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  • Trading Insights from Steve Burns

    Steve Burns has been investing in the stock market successfully for over 20 years and has been an active trader for over 14 years. He is the author of six books all published by BN Publishing. I have been following Steve for years, and would like to bring some of his gems to SteadyOptions readers.

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  • How to Hedge Your Portfolio with VIX

    According to CBOE, The CBOE Volatility Index® (VIX® Index®) is a key measure of market expectations of near-term volatility conveyed by S&P 500 stock index option prices. Since its introduction in 1993, the VIX Index has been considered by many to be the world's premier barometer of investor sentiment and market volatility. 

    By SteadyOptions,

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  • Can You Really Turn $12,415 Into $4M?

    I came into excellent article by Peter Brandt on Drawdowns and Scammers. Peter explains why most long-term profitable traders spend the vast majority of their trading careers either in a drawdown or recovering from a drawdown. Any slick promoter who tells you different is not dealing from a full deck.  

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  • Should You Trade Weekly Options?

    Weekly options, first introduced by CBOE in October 2005, are short term options as opposed to traditional options that have a life of months or years before expiration. Originally, new series for Weekly options were listed each Thursday and expire the following Friday. 

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  • The Right To Exercise An Option

    As Rookies, one of the most basic concepts we learn is that: An option gives its owner the right, but not the obligation to exercise the option at any time before the option expires. Eventually we learn that this applies only to American style options and that European options may only be exercised only when expiration arrives.

    By MarkWolfinger,

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  • Trade Iron Condors Like Never Before

    Iron Condors have gained a lot of popularity among professional money managers and retail investors. It is a market neutral strategy that allows you to profit when the underlying price moves sideways. Iron Condors usually have a limited risk and a high probability of success.

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  • Maybe The Market Will Turn Around

    Every premium seller faces a situation in which it is clear that getting out of a risky situation is the best move. Sometimes we make a clean exit. At other times the position has become too large because imminent risk has increased. At those times we can return to a comfortable situation by exiting a portion of the trade.

    By MarkWolfinger,

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  • How NOT to Gamble on AAPL Earnings

    An options trader said on CNBC to buy OTM call spread before AAPL earnings. The headline was Here's how I plan to quickly make 317% on Apple. Nice headline and nice way to attract viewers. But was it a good way to trade earnings or was it a pure gamble? We are about to find out.

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  • Should You Aim for 100% Gains?

    Options can be risky, even very risky, but they don't have to be. There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about options trading. Here is one of them: you should aim for at least 100% gain in each option trade, otherwise it is not worth the risk. Is it true?

     

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  • What Is True Diversification?

    On CNBC's Mad Money, Jim Cramer has a segment called "Am I Diversified?". A caller tells Jim about five stocks in his or her portfolio and Jim has to decide if the caller's portfolio is "diversified." So for the retail investors out there, Cramer is sharing his top tips on how to manage your own portfolio.

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