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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."

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  • "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."

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Three Unique Options Strategies

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

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

Targets 5-7% monthly return on the whole account

5 year CAGR: 82.7%

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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 + options

Targets positive returns in all market conditions

4 year CAGR: 10.2%

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Steady Condors options strategy

Steady Condors

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

2-3 trades per month, 2-3 open trades

Targets 2-3% monthly return on the whole account

4 year CAGR: 16.0%

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Recent Articles

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  • Profit With Non-Directional Trading

    Directional and non-directional are two variations of trading strategy. Directional trading strategy is simpler, but many traders are successfully using non-directional trading strategy. Non-directional trading strategy is the best option for traders who do not want to bet on the direction of the markets or individual stocks.

    By Kim,

    • 8 comments
    • 269 views
  • SPX Calendar Spreads: Historical P&L Levels

    We decided to investigate SPX calendar spreads from 2007 to present. More specifically, we wanted to know how frequently unmanaged SPX calendar spreads reached specific profit and loss levels relative to the initial debit paid. The results can be used for practical use of the calendar spread strategy.

    By Kim,

    • 3 comments
    • 520 views
  • Expiration Surprises to Avoid

    Unless buying or selling options with a distant expiration date (LEAPS), each trader understands that the value of an option portfolio becomes increasingly volatile as the time to expiration decreases. It is important to be aware of specific situations that may crush (or expand) the value of your positions. 

    By MarkWolfinger,

    • 0 comments
    • 243 views
  • Betting on AAPL Earnings?

    Apple is a company that tends to surprise Wall Street every time it reports its quarterly earnings, usually on the upside, occasionally on the down. As a result, the stock often makes big moves the next day - sometimes as much as 7-8%. How can you leverage those moves?

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 1,247 views
  • Options: The Zero Sum Game Myth

    Zero-sum is a situation in game theory in which one person’s gain is equivalent to another’s loss, so the net change in wealth or benefit is zero. A zero-sum game may have as few as two players, or millions of participants. Options trading is considered by many a zero sum game. But is it really a zero sum game?

    By Kim,

    • 3 comments
    • 1,013 views
  • SteadyOptions 2016 - Year In Review

    2016 marks our firth year as a public service. We had a good year overall. We closed 127 trades in 2016. The model portfolio produced 40.1% compounded gain on the whole account based on 10% allocation. The winning ratio was pretty consistent around 66%. We had three losing months in 2016.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 914 views
  • Brexit Still Affects The Stock Market

    The end of 2016 may well have seen high consumer spending and a low unemployment rate, but there are concerns for 2017.The people of the UK voted for their nation to exit the European Union - a move known as Brexit, and the world awaits with different views to see the impact.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 995 views
  • Few Facts About Implied Volatility

    The following infographic describes the facts about implied volatility, where does it come from and how to calculate implied volatility. Implied volatility is an estimated volatility of a security’s price. It is very helpful in calculating the probability and is used to adjust the risk control and trigger trades.

    By Kim,

    • 5 comments
    • 976 views
  • Early Exercise: Call Options

    How would a trader like you decide to do early exercise? Say you bought calls when they were trading in the 1.0 -> 2.5 range, now underlying has risen so that calls trade bid-ask at 4.0 / 4.8 and there is strong possibility of it going higher. Also assume in another case that they trade in the 6.0 to 7.0 range.

    By MarkWolfinger,

    • 0 comments
    • 726 views
  • How To Trade Risk Reversals

    A risk reversal is a strategy that involves selling a put and buying a call with the same expiry month. This is also known as a bullish risk reversal. A bearish risk reversal would involve selling a call and buying a put. Today we’re going to examine the bullish risk reversal.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 1,679 views