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How to Use Options Signals
Important: This is 100% mechanical system.
If you decided to follow the signals generated by this system, you would have to select options strike and expiration which would fit your personal trading style.
The steps below are recommended to those who wants to use these signals. The signals above are set to aid in trading the options on the ETFs (SPY, DIA, QQQ) which track major market indexes.
It is recommended to activate email alerts to know when a signal is generated.
The option signals above are based on the daily data and email alerts are sent after the market closes. Therefore, there are plenty of time to evaluate a signal and make a decision whether to follow it or not.
When an email alert is received, following steps are recommended:
- Open our charts and check the indicators used in the signal's generation - you have to be sure that the signal is correct.
- Check your own analysis to see whether the generated signal goes along with it and whether you feel comfortable using it.
- Develop a strategy for the next trading session.
- Chose options expiration.
It could be too risky to select less options with less than 4 weeks until expiration.
Time decay may kill a trade.
- Chose a strike price. Less risky approach would be to select in-the-money options.
If riskier out-of-the-money options are selected, check volatility to make sure that the selected strike could be hit within the next couple of trading sessions.
- Define how much money are you planning to put on a trade.
You have to be ready for the next trading session.
There should be no rush in making a trading decision.
On the next day, after the market opens:
- Check whether price starts to move in the favor of the generated signal or not.
- Check indicators used to generate signal to see whether they continue to favor the signal.
- Check your own analysis to see whether it confirms the signal.
- If price moves in the favor of a signal, indicator and analysis continue to favor the signal, you may consider opening a trade.
- If price does not move in the favor of the signal, and indicators continue to favor the signal, you may consider opening a trade later.
From our history, you may see that more than 70% of our signals had better entry price during the first day after the signal's generation when compared to the market open price on the same day.
Disclaimer: THE INFORMATION (Signals, Alerts, Systems and etc) IS INTENDED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND IT SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED AS ANY FINANCIAL ADVICE.
Past results do not guarantee future performance. HIGH RISK IS INVOLVED IN OPTIONS TRADING AND AN OPTION TRADER MAY LOSE ALL INVESTED IN A TRADE MONEY.
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