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Anchor Trades Portfolio launched


I'm pleased to announce that SteadyOptions has launched a new portfolio called "Anchor Trades". This is a stocks/options portfolio tailored for longer term conservative investors. It requires much less monitoring than the current SteadyOptions portfolio while still targeting positive returns in all market conditions on an annual basis.

 

How does it do that?

 

Step 1 - Stock selection

Step 2 - Fully hedge

Step 3 - Earn back the cost of the hedge

 

The strategy went "live" using real money on March 30, 2012 and produced 22.3% return since then, compared to 11.0% return of S&P 500. Here are the backtesting results for 2007-2012:

 

Strategy return: 109.2%

S&P 500 Return: 14.7%

Difference: 94.6%

 

 

You can read more details about the strategy here.

 

Like the SteadyOptions service, the Anchor Trades service comes with a 10 days trial period. If you decide to continue, the service priced at only $59 per month - this is a limited time introductory offer. SteadyOptions price remains the same for now - $99 per month. You can take both in a bundle at $125 per month (21% discount). There are also 3 and 12 months terms available which allow you to save up to 37% on both services. The prices for both services are expected to increase later this year.

 

The Anchor portfolio will be managed by Chris Welsh, our long-time contributor. Chris is a licensed investment advisor in the State of Texas and is the president of a small investment firm, Lorintine Capital, LP which is a general partner of two separate private funds.

 

If you are interested to try the service, please go to the Subscription page, create account and choose one of the subscription options.

 

 

Thank you,

 

Kim Klaiman

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would Anchor trades be accessible though the steady options website or will it have its own website?

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SteadyOptions website. Members who subscribe to Anchor Trades only will have access to Anchor Trades forum topics but not SteadyOptions forum topics and trade alerts.

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