How I Make Full Time Living Just By Pressing A Few Buttons Monthly (I Provide No Product Or Service)
ChrisDouthit 2 years ago

How I Make Full Time Living Just By Pressing A Few Buttons Monthly (I Provide No Product Or Service)

I'm doing all the work anyway. Let me show you how my members and I make money every month just by pressing a few buttons.

Celebrating with 50% - Membership open once again.

Every member who has signed up so far is making money doing minimal work. There is not one person who has signed up and regretting their decision. Everyone wins!

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  • Profile picture of the author rosievip
    Hi Chris

    With all the volatility in the markets since February Have you been able to maintain 2.5% to 3% monthly gains?

    Rose
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Yes, we have had no problem continuing what we have been doing. Volatility is good for option traders. I am not allowed to post profit reports here, but our website link is posted on the right, which includes all of our past trades and P&L for each one. Just click the Statistics tab to view.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rugioz
    From my perspective, this seems too risky! To make sure I understand you correctly let me summarize here:

    A. I pay you a monthly subscription for training and or to be lazy and just move on your trades
    B. You consult me on which trades to make
    C. I make the trades based on your suggestions and make a profit
    D. I can expect to make a 30% return on my investments
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by Rugioz View Post

      From my perspective, this seems too risky! To make sure I understand you correctly let me summarize here:

      A. I pay you a monthly subscription for training and or to be lazy and just move on your trades
      B. You consult me on which trades to make
      C. I make the trades based on your suggestions and make a profit
      D. I can expect to make a 30% return on my investments

      There are always risks when it comes to any form of investing, that is the nature of the business, but it's really how we navigate those risks that makes the difference.

      Our main goal is to teach people how to trade options for income. A second paycheck without a second job. We have the best training that exists, most who have seen it would agree. The good thing about options, it does not change, you can use this for the rest of your life. Once you learn it, it's yours forever and it's quite fun.

      I teach and trade in the same way the big boys do. Educated and institutional investors do this. They don't go out and beg people do resell their product, or learn SEO, or build affiliate pages... they do this!

      If you want to just follow my trades without thinking, you can do that, but not really what I am recommending. However, we have turned a profit in every month of 2017. Some months are certainly better than others, but all profitable, and December is looking to be a great one.

      We post our returns every month on our site, I have not done any calculations for the year yet, but just looking at it, I know we are going to blow away 30%.

      It's not easy and its not for everyone, but last I checked, easy doesn't make money, at least not for very long. For those who are good at math, like making their money work for them, don't want to rely on someone else for their success, and want to learn a real skill, something that's not going to be obsolete in two years... I am here.
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  • Profile picture of the author john129
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    do we get signals and we can trade using the signals?

    what is the minimum amount of investment?

    do you trade Forex?

    is this easier than trading Forex?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by john129 View Post

      do we get signals and we can trade using the signals?

      what is the minimum amount of investment?

      do you trade Forex?

      is this easier than trading Forex?


      We send trade alerts when there is a new trade posted, you get this by text, email, or twitter. I don't trade Forex because I like to make money. I teach people to trade like the big boys. You can either stick to my trade alerts or you can learn to do it by yourself. Everything for a complete education is included.
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  • Profile picture of the author mjzim40
    Read your thread, Chris. This is really a cool sounding program. I already invest in stocks in my IRAs and was wondering if you recommend doing this Options investing in retirement accounts?
    I am also planning to sell a house in a few months and would place some of the funds in a brokerage account for this if I go forward.

    Thanks,
    Mike
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by mjzim40 View Post

      Read your thread, Chris. This is really a cool sounding program. I already invest in stocks in my IRAs and was wondering if you recommend doing this Options investing in retirement accounts?
      I am also planning to sell a house in a few months and would place some of the funds in a brokerage account for this if I go forward.

      Thanks,
      Mike

      Hi Mike,


      I most certainly trade options in my retirement accounts. Options traded intelligently are going to be safe and offer higher returns in most cases.
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  • Profile picture of the author sawkerfs
    Hello Chris,

    Just bought your offer. Tried to enter registration info and got kicked back to paypal. Checked my paypal account and the transaction went thru. Thanks in advance for your attention to this.

    Mike Merisko
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by sawkerfs View Post

      Hello Chris,

      Just bought your offer. Tried to enter registration info and got kicked back to paypal. Checked my paypal account and the transaction went thru. Thanks in advance for your attention to this.

      Mike Merisko


      Hi Mike, I sent you a PM.
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  • Profile picture of the author ak773
    Hi Chris, what do you think about Interactive Brokers and their Trader Workstation platform? I believe they are also cheaper in terms of commissions. I have an account at AmeriTrade but no approval to trade options yet, but I can use their Thinkorswin platform for learning. Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by ak773 View Post

      Hi Chris, what do you think about Interactive Brokers and their Trader Workstation platform? I believe they are also cheaper in terms of commissions. I have an account at AmeriTrade but no approval to trade options yet, but I can use their Thinkorswin platform for learning. Thanks!

      I have heard good things about Interactive Brokers, but have not used myself. I know a customer who uses both, and agrees ThinkorSwim is better. Option approval only takes a couple of days, you should Google getting approved for options and the best way to approach that.


      Also, you can increase your chances of approval if you take an options test at TDAmeritrade if they deny you.
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  • Profile picture of the author tip19
    Not sure I follow this correctly. So to start out with $10000 you would only make $400-$600 a month?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by tip19 View Post

      Not sure I follow this correctly. So to start out with $10000 you would only make $400-$600 a month?


      Only? That is a huge return on capital. If you know another type of investment that pays more I would love to hear about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author butterbee13
    Hello. I am interested in this but I'm seeing a lot of complaints about the one you recommended TDAmeritrade here https://www.consumeraffairs.com/finance/ameritrade.html. Do you and others here have any other ones to recommend?

    Thank you.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by butterbee13 View Post

      Hello. I am interested in this but I'm seeing a lot of complaints about the one you recommended TDAmeritrade here https://www.consumeraffairs.com/finance/ameritrade.html. Do you and others here have any other ones to recommend?

      Thank you.

      I have always been really happy with TDAmeritrade, but that is likely because I don't use the customer service that much. I started looking up the other discount investment banks, Charles Swab, Scottrade, Fidelity, and etrade. They are all rated one star on that site. Probably because no one files a review on Consumer Affairs unless they are unhappy.
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  • Profile picture of the author rangers1958
    For someone who knows nothing about the stock marekt, let alone stock options, I like the fact you simply tell us what your're doing and we follow your lead.

    I do have one question. I can put $10,000 in my account but I would only feel comfortable at least in the beginning to actually use just 5% of my funds, $500. Does this amount keep me from trading with some of your recommendations? That is does one have to invest a certain amount in some of your trades?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by rangers1958 View Post

      For someone who knows nothing about the stock marekt, let alone stock options, I like the fact you simply tell us what your're doing and we follow your lead.

      I do have one question. I can put $10,000 in my account but I would only feel comfortable at least in the beginning to actually use just 5% of my funds, $500. Does this amount keep me from trading with some of your recommendations? That is does one have to invest a certain amount in some of your trades?


      I would not recommend only trading $500, that would not get you into the game. However, if you want to test things out, you can paper trade. That means you trade with fake money. The software will give you all the functions and tracking as it would with real money, but its really take money. You can then see how you would have done. Paper trading is always a good idea for beginners.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjk1058
    Also, what broker do you recommend or use?

    Thanks,
    TedK
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by tjk1058 View Post

      How much risk do we have on each trade? What are your results so far this year?

      Thanks,

      TedK


      Risk depends on the trade and how much to invest really depends on you. I recommend an account with at least $10,000 in it. However, I know a member trading only $4000 and another trading over $200,000.

      I have been warned about putting profit results in this forum, apparently you cannot post profit results unless it can be proven through warrior payments. I did post a couple of trades above that I did this month, the BA trade is only worth $.03, so that is pretty much a total win and the AZO trade is still worth about the same as when I posted last week.



      Originally Posted by tjk1058 View Post

      Also, what broker do you recommend or use?

      Thanks,
      TedK

      I only use TDAmeritrade because they have the best free software for trading options, but I know there are other good ones. Fidelity, Option House, Charles Swab I have heard are all good. I am sure there are others too.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjk1058
    How much risk do we have on each trade? What are your results so far this year?

    Thanks,

    TedK
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  • Profile picture of the author Keith Choy
    Hi Chris,

    Have sent you a PM on the error I hit when trying to order. Can help? Thanks.

    cheers
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by Keith Choy View Post

      Hi Chris,

      Have sent you a PM on the error I hit when trying to order. Can help? Thanks.

      cheers


      I can help, messaged you back.
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  • Profile picture of the author john_luckfield
    Chris,

    There is definitely value in what you do. I've been in & out of trading but never cared for having to do margins. It seems you feel the same & don't trade on margin.

    I'm curious you said you make a living on your trading, from what I've seen from examples before In 2016 using $10,000 = $600/month & without margin is amazing.

    To make a living I would think you have multiple accounts or much much higher balance than this as you would have to pay taxes and reinvest so you wouldn't withdrawl your entire month earnings?

    Is it reasonable to say that you can make a living doing this? Or even a substantial supplemental income & know you said 30% / year but I'm still unclear?

    Kindest regards,

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by john_luckfield View Post

      Chris,

      There is definitely value in what you do. I've been in & out of trading but never cared for having to do margins. It seems you feel the same & don't trade on margin.

      I'm curious you said you make a living on your trading, from what I've seen from examples before In 2016 using $10,000 = $600/month & without margin is amazing.

      To make a living I would think you have multiple accounts or much much higher balance than this as you would have to pay taxes and reinvest so you wouldn't withdrawl your entire month earnings?

      Is it reasonable to say that you can make a living doing this? Or even a substantial supplemental income & know you said 30% / year but I'm still unclear?

      Kindest regards,

      John

      I do not trade on margin, but I do not have anything against trading on margin. Yes, I have several trading accounts and some with much higher balances. For most people who are new I recommend starting with $10,000, but I know a few members who are trading much much more. These members are people who already understand options and are just looking to benefit from my research and picks.

      There are also several types of trading accounts, I am not licensed to advise on that, but some accounts certainly have tax shielding capabilities. If you are trading large sums of money, it would be worth it to talk to your accountant about what type of account would be best for you.

      If you are just trading $10,000, you can just give yourself a nice supplemental income, if you are trading more you can certainly calculate what you would need to live off of.
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  • Profile picture of the author ahora
    If I become a member basically you will tell me when I buy and sell?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by ahora View Post

      If I become a member basically you will tell me when I buy and sell?

      I tell you exactly what I am buying, when I am buying, and what price I am buying for and provide instant notifications. I then do the same thing on the sell side. More importantly, I teach you exactly what I am doing and why I am doing it. Although my goal not to get my members to cancel their membership, nothing would make me happier than a member sending me an email telling me they understand the system and no longer need me. Or if anyone who wants to keep getting my trades and profiting month after month we can do that too. Everyone wins.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    Example of trades I have on right now:

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    On March 10th I posted the following:

    Sell 3 AZO Apr 670 Puts
    Buy 3 AZO Apr 660 Puts
    Price $.90 credit

    This means I collected $270

    I can currently buy this trade back for $.37, which means for a total of $111. So a trade that is only 10 days old has profited $159.

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    On March 6 I posted the following:

    Sell 7 BA Apr 195 Calls
    Buy 7 BA Apr 200 Calls
    Price $.38 credit

    This means I collected $266

    I can currently buy this trade back for $.09, for a total of $63. So this two week old trade made me $203.
    Keep in mind these are just the minimums. This is why I have had almost no cancelations on this membership. For only $39.95 membership fee my members are putting $400+ a month in their pocket. In 2016 I averaged over $500 a month.

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    This is not a WSO that may or may not work. Every member is making money. Investing is not for everyone, but for those who want to invest and make way above average returns, I am here to show you.
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  • Profile picture of the author steven73
    I stay in singapore . I dun know if our time zone is the same,

    What if i am sleeping at night and at the your side , it is daytime and you are placing a trade , i will not be able to place trade at the same time zone as you.

    can this be solved?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by steven73 View Post

      I stay in singapore . I dun know if our time zone is the same,

      What if i am sleeping at night and at the your side , it is daytime and you are placing a trade , i will not be able to place trade at the same time zone as you.

      can this be solved?
      Singapore is definitely a different time zone than the US, but you bring up a good point. Although it is good to get the trade in quickly, in most cases, trades are not based on split second timing. We do not do day trading here, most trades last 30 to 45 days. If you are putting the trade in a day late, you may get the same price, slightly worse, or even slightly better.

      By the way love Singapore, your airport is like an entertainment center.
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    • Profile picture of the author Trent Pill
      Signed up for this last week, glad I did, I'm very impressed with what is being delivered. At first, I was a little overwhelmed, but the getting started section simplifies everything, putting the process in steps.

      I have to say I am most impressed with the training, the video course on how options work is without a doubt the best training I have ever seen on any topic. Highly informative, easy to watch, and virtually stimulating. This had to take a significant amount of time to build, current members know what I am talking about, the quality is superior to anything else I have seen. It's like highly produced video animation you would find on a sales page, but the whole course is like that.

      Looking through past performance, there are a lot of wins and just a few losses. Money is being made month after month, some more than others, but they are all positive.

      This membership might not be for everyone, but if you're into stocks or a mathy type of person who wants to profit from it, this is membership that totally delivers.
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    • Profile picture of the author youtube101
      Very interested in this although I am brand new when it comes to investing. But I see potential here. I am from Canada and we have TD investing here as well and called TD direct investing. Do you think this can work in Canada?

      Thanks,
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Originally Posted by youtube101 View Post

        Very interested in this although I am brand new when it comes to investing. But I see potential here. I am from Canada and we have TD investing here as well and called TD direct investing. Do you think this can work in Canada?

        Thanks,


        Just double checked with another member who lives in Canada, he is currently using TD Ameritrade there, so that wont be a problem.
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        • Profile picture of the author youtube101
          Okay great. Thank you. much appreciated. I will look into it further.
          Originally Posted by ChrisDouthit View Post

          Just double checked with another member who lives in Canada, he is currently using TD Ameritrade there, so that wont be a problem.
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    • Profile picture of the author mjzim40
      So Chris just want to clarify, if I purchase the Executive Annual Membership Warrior special does the 30 day only guarantee apply or is there a longer guarantee period?

      I wouldn't be ready to invest any real money for a few months but looking to get the tax deduction for this year by buying your options education and investing program.

      Thanks,
      Mike
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Originally Posted by mjzim40 View Post

        So Chris just want to clarify, if I purchase the Executive Annual Membership Warrior special does the 30 day only guarantee apply or is there a longer guarantee period?

        I wouldn't be ready to invest any real money for a few months but looking to get the tax deduction for this year by buying your options education and investing program.

        Thanks,
        Mike


        Only the guarantee listed applies, although we provide a consistent flow of winning trades, all the training and resources can be consumed quickly and any member can figure out if its right for them within that time.
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  • Profile picture of the author youngsquire1
    Hey Chris, you mentioned that the minimum you need in account to trade with is $2,000. If i only have the minimum to trade with can i sill follow your recommendations with this low capital?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by youngsquire1 View Post

      Hey Chris, you mentioned that the minimum you need in account to trade with is $2,000. If i only have the minimum to trade with can i sill follow your recommendations with this low capital?
      You can trade with the minimum, you would have to adjust the quantities of the contracts traded. However, the minimum would probably not make you enough money to make it worthwhile. It could be used to put about an extra $100 in your pocket every month while you learn and then later you can invest more when you are happy with the results.

      In 2016, a $10,000 account made $6013, so we did just slightly over $500 a month, which turned out to be 60% plus on the year. This amount was also not compounded, so if you wanted to leave your profits in every month and trade additional contracts it would have been more.
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      • Profile picture of the author agoraphobic
        your wso sounds very interesting. What kind of options do you trade? only US options? Can you recommend a broker in germany for your strategies?

        I looked through the websites of quite a few german brokers and they are only offering to trade us options through cfds. Is that what we need or is cfd another thing?
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Originally Posted by agoraphobic View Post

          your wso sounds very interesting. What kind of options do you trade? only US options? Can you recommend a broker in germany for your strategies?

          I looked through the websites of quite a few german brokers and they are only offering to trade us options through cfds. Is that what we need or is cfd another thing?


          I trade equity options that generally trade on the NASDAQ or the NYSE, of course many of these companies are listed on several exchanges and most non-US brokerage companies also allow you to trade options listed on these exchanges. I dont know any brokerages in Germany, I tried to research some on Google, but the sites are in German. Just look for one that allows you to trade US equities, offers option trading, and of course low fees.


          CFDs are different than options, they are similar, but not the same. I trade options because I capitalize on time decay, which CFDs do not allow you to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author herms
    That platform that you use, can it be downloaded by anyone and can we do paper-trading on it to become familiar with how to use it?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by herms View Post

      That platform that you use, can it be downloaded by anyone and can we do paper-trading on it to become familiar with how to use it?

      I use ThinkorSwim, but you can use whatever platform is provided by your investment bank. But in the case of ThinkorSwim, yes you can do paper-trading, which is always a good idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author antbus9
    Hi Chris,

    Your offer seems amazing! I would like to join and also start investing some money with your recommendations.

    But mostly i am interested in learning how to do it myself. How long and how much study time, lets say per week, for me to get good at this? What support exist for learning, only 1 ebook for beginner or more?

    I know you have a lot of experience and knowledge...

    THank you
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by antbus9 View Post

      Hi Chris,

      Your offer seems amazing! I would like to join and also start investing some money with your recommendations.

      But mostly i am interested in learning how to do it myself. How long and how much study time, lets say per week, for me to get good at this? What support exist for learning, only 1 ebook for beginner or more?

      I know you have a lot of experience and knowledge...

      THank you

      How long and how much study is different for everyone. I offer trainings, answer any questions, I also post my exact trades with detailed explanations about what I am doing. A good thing about this membership, even in my worst month my members made 10 times my membership fee. So even if you don't know what you are doing, you will still make money while you learn.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alfredo M
    Additional PM sent please reply.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by Alfredo M View Post

      Additional PM sent please reply.


      Question answered.
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  • Profile picture of the author jumbomarks
    I get this error when I log in to the site

    503: Service Temporarily Unavailable
    Too many IP addresses accessing one secure area!
    Please contact Support if you need assistance.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by jumbomarks View Post

      I get this error when I log in to the site

      503: Service Temporarily Unavailable
      Too many IP addresses accessing one secure area!
      Please contact Support if you need assistance.


      Security on the site for one account logging in with several IP addresses. Problem should be solved now.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjk1058
    How much capitol would you need to have to make say $1-2,000 per month profit doing this?

    Tedk
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by tjk1058 View Post

      How much capitol would you need to have to make say $1-2,000 per month profit doing this?

      Tedk
      Hi Tedk

      I normally expect to make about 30% a year, so you can calculate whatever you want to make from that. Also note that even though 30% is the goal, so far this year has been really good to us, we are up over 60% so far in 2016 and its only September.
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      • Profile picture of the author jumbomarks
        Originally Posted by ChrisDouthit View Post

        Hi Tedk

        I normally expect to make about 30% a year, so you can calculate whatever you want to make from that. Also note that even though 30% is the goal, so far this year has been really good to us, we are up over 60% so far in 2016 and its only September.

        Need support help
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  • Profile picture of the author John Alves
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by John Alves View Post

      I joined and bought the intermediate guide, and I never got the guide. Send the intermediate guide to me. It would also be good if you created a video in think or swim going over how to actually make a trade with your recommendation so that it becomes clear.
      Hi John,

      Nice to have you on board! You can access the second book in the members area, there is a link there to download. I do not have any ThinkorSwim tutorials, as there are no shortage of those on youtube, that is the great thing about ThinkorSwim. In addition, the ThinkorSwim team themselves will give you a personal tutorial on how to use the software, you just schedule it with them and they will show you everything that can be done with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author ED1190
    This is definitely something I'll look into once I have more cashflow coming in. Seems interesting.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by ED1190 View Post

      This is definitely something I'll look into once I have more cashflow coming in. Seems interesting.


      You should, in my opinion everyone should have a brokerage account anyway, even if you are doing stocks or something totally different. Most people would be shocked at how fast money can build up with a good rate of return.
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  • Profile picture of the author john129
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    Chris, so what are the requirements to trade your signals?

    what broker should i join in order to use your trading signals?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by john129 View Post

      Chris, so what are the requirements to trade your signals?

      what broker should i join in order to use your trading signals?

      You would just need to get an brokerage account and get option trading privileges. Just ask for option privilages and they will give it to you. I like TDAmeritrade, they are easy to use and their software is free with an account.
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  • Profile picture of the author kcca
    Hi I am wondering is this method applicable for non-US resident? I guess we need at least US bank account or we can just cash in and out with online processor e.g. Paypal, Credit Card or so?

    Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by kcca View Post

      Hi I am wondering is this method applicable for non-US resident? I guess we need at least US bank account or we can just cash in and out with online processor e.g. Paypal, Credit Card or so?

      Thanks!


      You can trade equity options from anywhere in the world, I do not know of the investment banks in every country, but your country has them too. One of my members if from India and he is able to trade from a bank I have never heard of before.
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  • Profile picture of the author john129
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    Hi,

    I have a trading account with eToro and Nadex.

    can i use them to trade based on your signals?

    are they compatible with your signals?

    Can i earn $1000 monthly?

    thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by john129 View Post

      Hi,

      I have a trading account with eToro and Nadex.

      can i use them to trade based on your signals?

      are they compatible with your signals?

      Can i earn $1000 monthly?

      thanks.

      I am not familiar with eToro or Nadex, I Googled them and it looks like they are binary option platforms. Those just generate a rake for the company that you trade with, you win some lose some, overall lose a little, the bank ends up making all the money with their fee for each trade. Those are not winning platforms.
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  • Profile picture of the author danmir786
    If you are doing technical analysis why not trade on the foreign exchange market with the percentage win rate you have?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by danmir786 View Post

      If you are doing technical analysis why not trade on the foreign exchange market with the percentage win rate you have?
      Hi danmir786,

      Thank you for your question, I do both technical and fundamental analysis, but is anyone really making a killing on the foreign exchange market? I was in the business and I don’t know anyone who was making money like the equity options traders. I know some people say they are making money in foreign exchange, but find their evidence rather shaky.The real investors that are getting rich trade equities because it is a lot easier to make a lot of money. Even if the foreign exchange market was better, which it is not even close, I would not venture into something that I was not trained in. I was trained by the best in the business for what I do and I do it very well, I see no reason to change strategies with the returns I make.
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  • Profile picture of the author Guy Jerry
    Looks like a great offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author vencedor08
    Awesome....will join in when I get home...thanks for your reply.
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  • Profile picture of the author rclemente
    Excuse my ignorance on this subject as I am confused. Someone asked with a 4k investment they can earn $100 per month, how can someone earn the bigger returns like you have?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by rclemente View Post

      Excuse my ignorance on this subject as I am confused. Someone asked with a 4k investment they can earn $100 per month, how can someone earn the bigger returns like you have?


      The more capital you have the more you can earn. I normally shoot for a 30% return, but we have already exceed that this year and we are only in June. Hopefully we can have a 50% year.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pritom
    Hey,
    Can I have some sample, please?

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by Pritom View Post

      Hey,
      Can I have some sample, please?

      Thanks
      Here are the current trades we have on now expiring in June:

      Sold an SPX iron condor expiring at June expiration, which is two weeks from now for $1.00. Current market value of this trade today is $.35, so we have made $.65 on this trade so far. I recommended doing this 300 times. As of right now it appears to be a total win and the other $.35 will be ours in two weeks or we can take the trade off for probably a nickel in one week.

      We also have an RUT put spread on that we sold for $.80 and market value for this trade today is $.02. So we made $.78. I recommended doing this 400 times. Basically this is a total winner and we are going to just wait and let the trade expire and collect the full $320.

      We also have one trade expiring in July that we just put on that I am not going to disclose. I will tell you we sold the position for $1.15 and current value is $1.10, so we made a nickel thus far
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      • Profile picture of the author epark732
        Originally Posted by ChrisDouthit View Post

        Here are the current trades we have on now expiring in June:

        Sold an SPX iron condor expiring at June expiration, which is two weeks from now for $1.00. Current market value of this trade today is $.35, so we have made $.65 on this trade so far. I recommended doing this 300 times. As of right now it appears to be a total win and the other $.35 will be ours in two weeks or we can take the trade off for probably a nickel in one week.

        We also have an RUT put spread on that we sold for $.80 and market value for this trade today is $.02. So we made $.78. I recommended doing this 400 times. Basically this is a total winner and we are going to just wait and let the trade expire and collect the full $320.

        We also have one trade expiring in July that we just put on that I am not going to disclose. I will tell you we sold the position for $1.15 and current value is $1.10, so we made a nickel thus far
        I've been watching this thread for a while but have yet to pull the trigger. 20 straight winners is amazing, and it is clear that you know what you're doing. Is there a limit on the number of times we can perform a trade? In the second example above you recommended doing the trade 400 times, and the end result looks like it will be about 80 cents per trade, giving a profit of about $320. Is there any reason you can't (or couldn't have) do this trade 4000 times to make a profit of $3,200, or even 8000 times for a profit of $6,400?

        Your track record speaks for itself, so I'm just wondering if all we need to do in order to make some serious money is simply up our investment on each trade? (I fully understand that nothing is guaranteed and investing carries inherent risk)

        Thanks!
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Originally Posted by epark732 View Post

          I've been watching this thread for a while but have yet to pull the trigger. 20 straight winners is amazing, and it is clear that you know what you're doing. Is there a limit on the number of times we can perform a trade? In the second example above you recommended doing the trade 400 times, and the end result looks like it will be about 80 cents per trade, giving a profit of about $320. Is there any reason you can't (or couldn't have) do this trade 4000 times to make a profit of $3,200, or even 8000 times for a profit of $6,400?

          Your track record speaks for itself, so I'm just wondering if all we need to do in order to make some serious money is simply up our investment on each trade? (I fully understand that nothing is guaranteed and investing carries inherent risk)

          Thanks!

          There is no limit to the number of times you can execute a trade if you have the funds to back up the trade if it becomes a loser. My recommendations are for an account of $10,000. You can clearly adjust the ratios to match your account, or trade whatever size you feel comfortable with.

          As far as making money, what you need is a trading account with any investment bank and be cleared for option trading. Once you are set up and have a membership with my site optionstrategiesinsider.com I will notify you whenever I make a trade by text, email or twitter then you go into your trading account and execute the trade. I will then keep an eye on everything and update you if it is time to take profits or in the event a trade goes bad I will send out adjustments. Only had to do one adjustment over the last several months and as a result just took a lower profit on the trade to keep ourselves safe. The expectation is to win 8 out of 10 trades and adjust out of the other two. So far we are far exceeding those expectations being up over 30% on the year and its only June.
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  • Profile picture of the author AdrianPang
    what are the chances of losing or is it guaranteed to win?

    What do I have to do on my part?
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    • Profile picture of the author magdag4321
      Originally Posted by AdrianPang View Post

      what are the chances of losing or is it guaranteed to win?

      What do I have to do on my part?
      duh!!! like if you cannot afford to lose your investment, keep it in a bank savings account.
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Originally Posted by magdag4321 View Post

        duh!!! like if you cannot afford to lose your investment, keep it in a bank savings account.

        I would agree, as I have stated before there is an element of risk with all investments, some more so than others. This is option trading, which is investing for big boys and comes with higher risk. Even though I am professionally trained by the best in the business, have an outstanding track record, have my own money in the exact same positions, and have won every trade since launching this service in December it is not a guarantee of success.
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Wow, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is down over 500 points today thus far. Fortunately, all my members and I have been betting against the market and are cleaning house. Boom! Likely will be putting on new trades if the market is down again Monday, which is likely the case due to the fact that margin calls will be forced on clients.

        Perfect example of how we make money in either direction. If your thinking about getting into option trading, now is a very good time!
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      • Profile picture of the author jeffnaz
        You mention that your recommendations are based on an account balance of $10,000. If I want to earn $10,000 monthly, how much would I need for my account balance?
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Originally Posted by jeffnaz View Post

          You mention that your recommendations are based on an account balance of $10,000. If I want to earn $10,000 monthly, how much would I need for my account balance?


          We shoot for roughly a 30% return a year or about 2.5% a month. So you can calculate how much you wish to make and how much of an investment account you will need.
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      • Profile picture of the author wolff33
        Hi - when I click the link on your first page to sign up for the WF special offer, I get a 'page not found' on your site. I am willing to give your service a try. Can you provide a working link for sign up please.

        Thanks
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Originally Posted by wolff33 View Post

          Hi - when I click the link on your first page to sign up for the WF special offer, I get a 'page not found' on your site. I am willing to give your service a try. Can you provide a working link for sign up please.

          Thanks

          Hmmm, just updated optmizepress and it looks like it took out some custom coding I did. Okay, will get this fixed right away and update you.
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Originally Posted by wolff33 View Post

          Hi - when I click the link on your first page to sign up for the WF special offer, I get a 'page not found' on your site. I am willing to give your service a try. Can you provide a working link for sign up please.

          Thanks


          Thanks for the heads up, plugin has been updated and processing back in full swing.
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      • Profile picture of the author wolff33
        Fellow Warriors - Chris fixed the page and I was able to order with no problem.
        He is offering a WSO special, see first page. I don't know how long he will have the special for the WF. If your on the fence give it a try and take advantage of the special offer. You can always 'paper trade' after you enroll and see what you think.
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      • Profile picture of the author vencedor08
        Hi, do you teach how to trade options in your course or you just recommend what options to take each month?...I want to learn to trade options myself...
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Originally Posted by vencedor08 View Post

        Hi, do you teach how to trade options in your course or you just recommend what options to take each month?...I want to learn to trade options myself...


        I teach members how to trade options, the different strategies, what works and what does not. I also tell members exactly what trades I am doing, giving them instant notification when I trade, and the logic behind the trade.

        Members can continue to just stay members if they wish as we are making money or they can just learn the system and then cancel their membership and go off and do the same thing on their own when they are comfortable. Either way I am happy they learned the skill and how to make money with options through me.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ryan Campbell
        Testimonial

        I have to say this is the best WSO I have ever signed up for, and I have signed up for some good ones in the past, but nothing that's straight money in my pocket like this. So far all I have done is what Chris says to do, I get trade alerts in the form of text messages sent right to my phone, I do the trade, then I go on with the rest of my day. The whole process takes just a couple of minutes.

        All in all, I spend about 20 minutes a month on this and my profits are about $1000 a month with the size I am doing. The best thing about Chris' program is that it is not a quick in and out thing, you can do this forever. I am not kidding when I say I am starting to see the light here, getting better at option trading is something that I can count on for the rest of my life and if it keeps going like it is I could quit my job in the next couple of years. Of course, not getting ahead of myself, still learning and happy to keep putting a grand in my bank account every month while I learn.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alfredo M
        Hello Chris PM sent...please reply.
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Originally Posted by Alfredo M View Post

          Hello Chris PM sent...please reply.


          Hello, I answered your question.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dailybread
        Thinkorswim is no longer available in Australia. Is there an alternative I can use?

        Thank you for your time Chris.
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Originally Posted by Dailybread View Post

          Thinkorswim is no longer available in Australia. Is there an alternative I can use?

          Thank you for your time Chris.

          There are many platforms to trade options, if you are in Australia, you could probably find these fairly easy if you just Google it. But some to check might be OptionHouse or OptionXpress. But there could be other good ones in Australia that I don't know about.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by AdrianPang View Post

      what are the chances of losing or is it guaranteed to win?

      What do I have to do on my part?


      There is no guarantee when it comes to investing. What we try to do at OptionStrategiesInsider.com is give ourselves the best chance to win. Depending on the trade really determines the probability to win each trade. For example on a spread, which is the main strategy, we focus on selling premium on a 10 delta position, which means just trading blind we would have a 90% chance to win. We then use intelligence, statistics, graphs, logic, history, earnings, and a whole array of other charting tools to predict the direction so we can continue to win. If we are wrong we will then make an adjustment and try to salvage the trade or at least avoid the lose.


      With that said, I have been doing this for over 15 years and am quite good. Since I started this site back in December I have not had a single loser. That includes over 20 straight up winners, and one trade that required adjustment, which was still a winner, just at a smaller level.
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  • Profile picture of the author ak773
    Chris,

    Is it absolutely necessary to opt for margin account to trade in options at Ameritrade or to trade in options strategies that you recommend?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by ak773 View Post

      Chris,

      Is it absolutely necessary to opt for margin account to trade in options at Ameritrade or to trade in options strategies that you recommend?


      No, I do not trade options with a margin account.
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  • Profile picture of the author ak773
    Okay, great. Thanks for your answers . As soon as my account is set-up, I'm in!
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  • Profile picture of the author ak773
    Chris,

    You are right, I was told that once I open an account with TD Ameritrade, I can ask for approval to be able to sell spreads. I'm in the process of setting up an account with them shortly. Couple of other questions I had was:

    1) What is the amount I would need to invest to be able to earn at least $1K per month after all commissions, your subscriptions fees etc.

    2) In one of your posts you mentioned you had 100% winners in March but on the flip side, what is the likelihood that all or majority of trades don't go in our favor and the money gets wiped out?

    3) Any other specific resources or training that you think is the best to learn about option strategies apart from your book.

    Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by ak773 View Post

      Chris,

      You are right, I was told that once I open an account with TD Ameritrade, I can ask for approval to be able to sell spreads. I'm in the process of setting up an account with them shortly. Couple of other questions I had was:

      1) What is the amount I would need to invest to be able to earn at least $1K per month after all commissions, your subscriptions fees etc.

      2) In one of your posts you mentioned you had 100% winners in March but on the flip side, what is the likelihood that all or majority of trades don’t go in our favor and the money gets wiped out?

      3) Any other specific resources or training that you think is the best to learn about option strategies apart from your book.

      Thanks!


      So I shoot for about a 2.5 to 3% monthly return. So you may calculate whatever you wish to make on that. Overall, I have about an 80% win rate for the last 6 years, put probably about a 95% over the last year. If a trade goes bad we do not just let it go bad in our face and wipe us out. We hedge our position from the start, which is why you see wins and losses on every trade, but in addition to that if things are moving against us we make adjustments to try to salvage the trade. With the market moving down recently, yesterday I put out a trade to take all earnings from our bear positions, we reached 90% max profit, so we just took it all down. Our one bull position needed an adjustment, so we went ahead and did that.

      As far as other resources, sorry I don’t know any that are good, because I have not read any due to the fact I was working in this industry and learned my skills on the job. The only book I read, which was a long time ago was the super advanced one that is not suitable for a home trader. Youtube videos on how to use the ThinkorSwim software is going to be a good idea.
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      • Profile picture of the author weigemeiser
        Originally Posted by ChrisDouthit View Post

        So I shoot for about a 2.5 to 3% monthly return.
        I understand the power of compounding, but with a 3% monthly return, with an initial investment of $2000, which is already more than most people here can afford, the average monthly profits for the first year is between $60 and $80. If we subtract the $35 per month subscription fee, then we're making between $25 and $45 each month and commissions fees have not been taken into account.

        For those that look to make $1k per month, it will take 8 years before we net $1k! But we can't take it out for spending yet because we need to continue trading with it.

        By the end of year 10, we begin to net $2000 each month, so that is when we can take $1k out of the trading account, but then we will have less capital for trading. In order to have $1k to spend with every month, it will take 10 years. If we keep withdrawing $1k from the account every month, then the account won't continue to grow.

        Is my math correct?

        Some have asked the amount of capital it requires to make $1,000 every month and the answer is $33,333.
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  • Profile picture of the author ebusiness
    Do i have to tell TDAmeritrade that you sent me to them to get an account opened? Also how are taxes taken care of with each trade?

    Ebusiness
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by ebusiness View Post

      Do i have to tell TDAmeritrade that you sent me to them to get an account opened? Also how are taxes taken care of with each trade?

      Ebusiness

      You do not have to tell TDAmeritrade that I sent you, they do have a referral program, but not using it so people know I am not out just for the referral. Taxes are different for all trading accounts. Retirement accounts are usually tax exempt, individual accounts you have to pay taxes. At year end they send you tax documents.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjk1058
    Chris,

    Realistically if I was to put $4K into this what kind of monthly income could I reasonably expect?

    Thanks,
    TedK
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by tjk1058 View Post

      Chris,

      Realistically if I was to put $4K into this what kind of monthly income could I reasonably expect?

      Thanks,
      TedK


      I would ball park around 3% per month. So about $100 a month or $1200 on the year.
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  • Profile picture of the author ak773
    I'm interested in taking your service. I got in touch with TDAmeritrade and I got a reply that I can open an account with them and I can apply for "covered and long option trading." Is this good enough? I believe there are some restrictions for people who are new to options trading.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by ak773 View Post

      I'm interested in taking your service. I got in touch with TDAmeritrade and I got a reply that I can open an account with them and I can apply for "covered and long option trading." Is this good enough? I believe there are some restrictions for people who are new to options trading.

      No that is not good enough for what we do, covered calls and long trading is less risky, but you often lose with this type of trading. You want to get the next level trading, which allows you to sell spreads. I have several trading accounts, on each one I simply asked for the next level and they gave it to me without any issue.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    I launched my site back in December. A member doing everything I recommended since launch, doing my recommended minimum would have made $2688. Less transition fees of $169.83, less my membership fee of 197.50. For a total profit of $2320.67.

    This is also the amount a member made if they did the minimum, several members I know are trading at much higher percentages making double or even 10 times as much.

    Every single member who has signed up so far is makes money and does minimal work.
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    • Profile picture of the author techlink
      I have a few questions - how long does it take to get / setup an account at TDAmeritrade and what information do they need? Also you had mentioned making the recommended minimum the profit since December was over 2K. How much $ was needed for the minimum investment? Thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Originally Posted by techlink View Post

        I have a few questions - how long does it take to get / setup an account at TDAmeritrade and what information do they need? Also you had mentioned making the recommended minimum the profit since December was over 2K. How much $ was needed for the minimum investment? Thanks.

        You can get set up within just a couple of days, all account types require different information, but for example an individual account requires not much. It would be like going to a bank and setting up a bank account. You then just need option approval, you fill out one form and it takes a couple more days. My recommended amount to set up an account is 10K, but I think the most needed for any single trade on my recommended list was 4K.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    I do not live in India, so I would not be able to answer that. If you have investment banks that allow you to trade stock options then you could.
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    • Profile picture of the author epark732
      I'm very interested in this but must admit I'm a newbie. I have done some reading however today on trading equity options, so I do have a general understanding of how it works. In order to do this it seems that all we really need is the ability to use tdameritrade, enough capital to actually start trading, and the ability to follow the directions that you provide. This seems incredibly simple so if I am missing something please let me know.

      One other question: in the sales copy you suggest you are making 10k per month, but in the video I think you make around 14k over 2 months but say that isn't common. I'd be thrilled with either of those results but I'm just curious as to what kind of results we can really expect..I know there are always a number of factors but I'm just looking for a general idea. Also, if my goal was indeed to make 10k per month in profit, by doing nothing other than following your directions exactly as you deliver them, how much money would you suggest I need to start with?

      Thanks in advance
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Originally Posted by epark732 View Post

        I'm very interested in this but must admit I'm a newbie. I have done some reading however today on trading equity options, so I do have a general understanding of how it works. In order to do this it seems that all we really need is the ability to use tdameritrade, enough capital to actually start trading, and the ability to follow the directions that you provide. This seems incredibly simple so if I am missing something please let me know.

        One other question: in the sales copy you suggest you are making 10k per month, but in the video I think you make around 14k over 2 months but say that isn't common. I'd be thrilled with either of those results but I'm just curious as to what kind of results we can really expect..I know there are always a number of factors but I'm just looking for a general idea. Also, if my goal was indeed to make 10k per month in profit, by doing nothing other than following your directions exactly as you deliver them, how much money would you suggest I need to start with?

        Thanks in advance
        You can use any option trading platform, although TDAmeritrade I think is the best and the one I recommend. But yes you are correct; if you have all the items listed you are set.

        I have four trading accounts, in the video I showed one over a two month period. I expect to make at least 2.5% per month, so you can calculate whatever you wish to make from that. This is consistent money that just keeps coming in month after month.

        Two weeks ago all of my members and I sold and RUT put spread for $.70 and yesterday we repurchased it for $.18. This is $.52 profit for a two week investment. How many times you do this is up to you. If you did a 20 lot which is 2000 times then you would have made over $1000 in a single two week transaction.

        One of the main points I would like to emphasize, this is not a fly by night system. This method to make money is a skill you can use for your entire life. People who are in the business of making money are doing this every day and they are only competing against themselves.

        Do you want to waste your time and money on some crappy Adsense product, or Facebook lead system or some other nonsense that probably does not work anyway? Or maybe your into some system that changes their ranking algorithm every year, so you have to relearn everything again. Or perhaps you are in a niche that has you competing against others who are constantly making your life more difficult by outbidding you?

        Whatever, screw all that! I did that for a long time and I was good at it, but those margins are too small today and I don’t want to waste my time with all that nonsense anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author ak773
    Hi Chris, I'm based in India. Is this something I can do from here? Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author steven73
    just asking
    (1) If i buy 1 share at $200 , i expect it to rise , but it drops , will i only lose the $200 or will lose more?

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by steven73 View Post

      just asking
      (1) If i buy 1 share at $200 , i expect it to rise , but it drops , will i only lose the $200 or will lose more?

      Thanks


      It does not really work like that as we are trading multiple options and hedging our positions. However, if you did a single buy side trade for $200 your max lose would be $200.
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  • Profile picture of the author azaria2410
    thank for you sharing this is new way to make money online that i need learn mote
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  • Profile picture of the author mattyseo
    Very much interested. Will you give me personal training.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by mattyseo View Post

      Very much interested. Will you give me personal training.

      First I would recommend reading the material I have in the website, I will also answer any questions you have by email with membership. If you want personal training beyond that you would have to contact me for arrangements.
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  • Profile picture of the author GlobalTrader
    Curious if your system will work as effectively in a down market (as many prognosticators are predicting) as it has been performing in the current "mostly" bull market?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by GlobalTrader View Post

      Curious if your system will work as effectively in a down market (as many prognosticators are predicting) as it has been performing in the current "mostly" bull market?

      It does not matter which way the market moves, but I do not expect to see a down market, I see period swift ups and downs but overall sideways for the next few months.
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  • Profile picture of the author CSmitty
    Review

    I signed up a couple of weeks ago and was excited to get started as I invest in stocks. I know a little about investing, but never traded options before. First, I got approved to trade options with my bank, this tool about 2 days. While that was going on I read the training material so I could get a better idea about options.

    Options are a little confusing at first, there are calls and puts, then there are buys and sells. I think I’m understanding now, but still keep refreshing. I then signed up for Twitter and text messaging updates, a few days later the first trade came in.

    The trade was an SPX call spread that I sold 10 contracts (10 contracts converts into 1000 shares) for $1.15, a week later I got another update to buy back this trade at a price of $.30 so I did it. So I made a profit of $.85 times a 1000 for a total profit of $850 on one trade. Nothing has been posted since, but pretty dam happy about that first trade.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    100% winners for the month of March.
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  • Profile picture of the author DJX71
    So... I signed up for this. Paying monthly-- no free review copy.

    I know the general wisdom is that nobody will watch over your money -- or care about it -- like you will. OK, true -- but if someone knows how to grow it and has a proven track record... why not check it out?? That was my thinking when joining.

    Chris has a track record -- written and in videos, and while a lot of things can be faked or post-dated (calling a 'win' after the fact), Chris posts everything just as he says he will -- all in advance, and keeps you posted each step of the way (when to get out, if an adjustment needs to be made on a trade, etc).

    He doesn't win every time (NOBODY does!! If they say they do, there's your cue to run away -- fast), but tells you how to use good money management to maximize wins and minimize losses. THAT is a long-term strategy for success.

    Learning how to do it is something not everyone may want. Personally, I do -- I'd rather learn to fish for myself than rely on someone else forever. Either way, Chris has you covered -- learn from him OR he'll just provide signals for you.

    I haven't taken a real trade yet -- still paper trading (trading is one of those few things you can see how you REALLY would have done had you committed money -- which I will be doing shortly. I hate to see more profits slip by -- this thing seems really legit, and Chris is the real deal)

    He's posted several trades since I joined just a few weeks ago, and has closed out quite a few winning ones.

    My recommendation is to do it -- do like I did and get in to watch it for a month or 2, then commit real money if you're comfortable. I'm betting that will be soon -- he knows what he's doing and is sharing graciously with us (I can already hear some of you -- 'Whaddaya mean -- sharing? It ain't FREE!'. Well, look at your past experiences and disappointments -- nothing good truly ever is free, but as low as he's kept the price for us, it's really close!

    Thanks, Chris -- awesome service!
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    • Profile picture of the author omurchu
      Chris

      Would you he able to elaborate on the trading process a bit more?

      I'm wondering if I had $1000 in an account and traded (say) 4out of the 6 options. Am I putting a certain amount of funds on each trade ( $100 or $50)?
      How do I earn from each trade and can I lose on each trade (if so how much could you lose )?

      Frank
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
        Originally Posted by omurchu View Post

        Chris

        Would you he able to elaborate on the trading process a bit more?

        I'm wondering if I had $1000 in an account and traded (say) 4out of the 6 options. Am I putting a certain amount of funds on each trade ( $100 or $50)?
        How do I earn from each trade and can I lose on each trade (if so how much could you lose )?

        Frank


        Yes each trade will have funds at risk, it is all on a percentage basis and different for every trade. Just like with most forms of investing, there are risks involved and I will be the first to tell you I don't win every trade. I win about 80% of them, which earns me a nice profit overall. Since launching this site back in December I have had 15 straight winners. Hopefully we can keep that going for awhile.
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  • Profile picture of the author DJX71
    Hello, Chris --

    Please check your PMs... Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by DJX71 View Post

      Hello, Chris --

      Please check your PMs... Thanks

      Sorry, did not know I was getting PMs, was no icon on top indicating I had any.
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      • Profile picture of the author warm sunshine
        Banned
        Hi! Thank you for your great answers to my questions! And, I have some more:

        1. You said it's possible to start with $1000. Can you recommend a reputable broker that accepts this low amount?

        2. Have you personally worked with the broker who accepts $1000 to start with?

        3. I know nothing about equities. I don't even know what an equity is. Can I still have great success, with you telling me what trades to enter, when to enter, and when to exit?

        4. The reason I asked if the broker needs to know my income and credit history is because a broker in the commodities market asked for this information. But as I understand it, the broker in the equities market does not even ask for this information.

        Is this correct?

        Thank you very much!

        warm sunshine
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        • Profile picture of the author omurchu
          Chris

          Would love to see you pick the selections (on a certain date) then trade them and see the results later - would you be able to video this for, say, the April picks?

          Frank
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          • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
            Originally Posted by omurchu View Post

            Chris

            Would love to see you pick the selections (on a certain date) then trade them and see the results later - would you be able to video this for, say, the April picks?

            Frank
            I don’t pick my selections on a specific date and I almost never make two trades at a time. I may pick one trade, then a week later pick another, then two days later pick another, something like this. It just depends on market conditions, industry specifics, world issues, company earnings and a whole bunch of other things.

            I have plenty of past videos where I can show that I made a lot of money on a trade, but I did not post these because they really do not prove anything. I could simply show my winners and just never show my losers. The video I posted above is one of my accounts over a stretch of time.

            With that said, Friday March 18, 2016 was the March expiration. Here are the trades I recommended for that expiration.

            AZO March 700/690 put spread for a $.55 credit. 100% win, kept all $.55.

            FB March 105/110/115 call butterfly. Purchased at $.80 sold at $2.80 two week later.

            I also have recommendations running into April expiration, which I won’t list as they are still active. One I just put on Friday, the other I put on March 3 and it is a monster winner as of now. Of course, this is just me talking without proof. I know a couple of Warriors signed up, maybe I can get one of them to confirm everything I just said.
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            • Profile picture of the author surajkartha
              Hi

              Can we start off with $100? Also what is the % return that can be expected? Sorry but am total noob to this.

              Regards
              Suraj S
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              • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
                Originally Posted by surajkartha View Post

                Hi

                Can we start off with $100? Also what is the % return that can be expected? Sorry but am total noob to this.

                Regards
                Suraj S


                You could open an account with any amount, but you could not just trade with a $100. This is probably not the best option for you if that is all you have to invest. This WSO is more for people with money who want to make their money work for them in a very productive way.

                I shoot for a 25% return and almost always exceed that. My goal is to double my money every 3 years. If I invest $2000 today in 2019 I will have $4000. In 2022 I will have $8000, 2025 I will have $16000, 2028 I will have $32,000, you get the idea.
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          HI warm sunshine,

          Thanks for your questions, let me answer those.

          1. You said it's possible to start with $1000. Can you recommend a reputable broker that accepts this low amount?

          I don't know for sure, the only company I use is TDAmeritrade, but you can check with Option House or Options Xpress.

          2. Have you personally worked with the broker who accepts $1000 to start with?

          I have only worked with TDAmeritrade and cannot recommend them enough. They have a great system and the most popular option trading software on the market. So if you are going to take the time to learn any software, this is a good one to select.

          3. I know nothing about equities. I don't even know what an equity is. Can I still have great success, with you telling me what trades to enter, when to enter, and when to exit?

          Yes you can have good success if you just follow my recommendations. Equities are just stocks by the way. However, while you trade I would recommend you get a good idea of what is actually happening and learn for the future. Option trading is how people in the financial industry become rich. It is the top of the line investing tool there is. It beats stocks, it beats bonds, it beats forex, it beats everything.

          4. The reason I asked if the broker needs to know my income and credit history is because a broker in the commodities market asked for this information. But as I understand it, the broker in the equities market does not even ask for this information.

          Is this correct?

          You know I cannot say for sure, I have only worked with one investment bank and they did not ask me. Investing is totally legal and no one can tell you that you cannot invest your own money, so not sure why income figures would be relevant.
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  • Profile picture of the author 1UpMillionaire
    Brokerage account minimum required?
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  • Profile picture of the author rozzski999
    Ok, you will be pressed to find people on here with $1000-$10,000 to invest
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
      Originally Posted by rozzski999 View Post

      Ok, you will be pressed to find people on here with $1000-$10,000 to invest


      I have been on WF for a long time and know many successful people on here. There is no such thing as free money, but this is the easiest way I have seen to do it and leaves me with plenty of free time to run other businesses or do whatever else I want. Best of all it really works and works well.

      Had some great traction on financial sites, but thought I would also offer to warriors at 50% off. If someone has nothing to invest, probably not a good idea to join.
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      • Profile picture of the author warm sunshine
        Banned
        Hi! This sounds very good!!! And, I have some questions:

        1. Do you recommend a reputable broker(s)?

        2. What is the minimum amount needed to open a brokerage account?

        3. Will the broker want to know my income and credit history?

        4. If the answer to #3 is "yes," what is the minimum income and minimum credit rating the broker will accept, before I can open an account with him/her?

        5. Will I be doing the trades online, or will I be talking with the broker on the phone, telling him/her when I want to enter and exit?

        6. I don't have a smart phone and I'm not on Twitter. I do own a desktop computer and would only want to be contacted by e-mail. Should I plan to spend most of my time at the computer, waiting for your e-mails?

        7. As I understand your offer, you will e-mail me when to enter the trade and also when to exit, so that I just follow your recommendations.

        Is this correct?

        8. How does trading equity options compare to trading options on the commodities market?

        Thank you very much. I appreciate your time and your answers to my many questions!

        warm sunshine
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
          Let me answer those questions for you.

          1. Do you recommend a reputable broker(s)?

          Yes, I recommend TDAmeritrade, they are very good, their software is considered the best in the business and it is free unlike some of the other big name trading houses. Also, their software, which is named ThinkorSwim is also very popular on youtube incase you want to watch other videos.

          2. What is the minimum amount needed to open a brokerage account?

          You can open a brokerage account with any amount, however, if you sign up to TDAmeritrade the minimum for option trading is $2000.

          3. Will the broker want to know my income and credit history?

          No, at least I have never heard of them asking that before.

          5. Will I be doing the trades online, or will I be talking with the broker on the phone, telling him/her when I want to enter and exit?

          You can do either, but I never talk to someone on the phone. All of my trades are done online by me with the ThinkorSwim software. I send the trade and it executes.

          6. I don't have a smart phone and I'm not on Twitter. I do own a desktop computer and would only want to be contacted by e-mail. Should I plan to spend most of my time at the computer, waiting for your e-mails?

          Email updates are fine, I would not wait by the computer, I do recommend getting trades in sooner rather than later, but it is not an emergency to get them in right away. Trades range from 25 to 45 days in most cases, it’s the opportunity that is the main thing not the instant execution. If you do not get the trade in right away, you may get slightly worse pricing, same, or maybe even better. With that said, it is usually not better. Also you can set up a twitter account, activate the text messaging and never log in again. Just as long as your phone can receive text messages.

          7. As I understand your offer, you will e-mail me when to enter the trade and also when to exit, so that I just follow your recommendations. Is this correct?

          Yes, I email when to enter a trade, what that exact trade is, and when to exit the trade.

          8. How does trading equity options compare to trading options on the commodities market?

          I do not trade commodities as they are less profitable in most cases. Commodities are also harder to research and harder to spot winning opportunities.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    You can start out with whatever you feel comfortable with, but at least a $1000 and probably would recommend $10,000. I also update people via text as well, so if you are away from your computer you can still get the info. My site is responsive so it can be checked with any smart phone, most banks have trading apps as well. Trades are also usually not an emergency to get in immediately, I do think it is usually better to get them in quickly, but it's not the end of the world to get them in slightly later. The trade could still be the same price, or slightly higher, in some cases it could even cost less.

    Yes I have some trade videos I did for the regular site, let me find one that I think would be good for WarriorForum. I will post it in the FAQ section above in the next few minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author rozzski999
    Thanks

    Whats a good amount to start trading with? I know it can be anything but for a beginner learning?
    You keep us updated via Twitter/email etc. Whats the scenario if we are away from a computer- are these things that need doing straight away?
    Any examples of your trades/proofs?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    I watch all trades for my members and update them whenever I make a change. Experience is a good idea to have in the long run, it does not matter as I am watching all positions and ensuring maximum profit with limited risk.

    As with all trading, there are risks involved, but I do smart trades, keep an eye on everything and watch the profits role in.

    I do provide training, so once you understand what is happening and how things work you could cancel your membership and just trade on your own, if you feel confirmable to do so. The thing that you should keep in mind is that option trading is not going away. It will be a thing in ten years, twenty years and an skill you can use for the rest of your life to profit. Unlike other WSOs that might only work for a short period of time, my system will work forever.

    Also note, since launching the main site in December I have not had a losing trade. They do happen, but with research and smart decisions we can limit these.
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  • Profile picture of the author rozzski999
    Intresting.

    Is this suitable for someone with no experience?
    How much would you need to invest to start out to turn a profit?
    Risks involved?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisDouthit
    Requested results video. Each trade will have one winner and one loser, quick explanation is that the winning trade exceeds the losing trade and that is your profit for the trade. Trades usually range from 25 days to 45 days.

    June Profit Video Below (I Could Post One Of These Every Month, But Always Pretty Much The Same).

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