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Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/28/2012
Sell Put $142, Buy Put $141.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (2%)
Good for the Day
Disclaimer: Trading involves Risk. Risk of loss in financial instruments like Options, Future and Forex can be substantial and these instruments are not suitable for everyone. Members are encouraged to consider their own financial situation and all the risk factors involved before getting into trading. Past results of our trade alerts, system or any individual trader are not indicative of future returns which may be realized by our members. Please visit Characteristics & Risks of Standardized Options to understand the risk factors.

Week Ending 09/22/2012 - 4% and 6% (Alert sent at 09/18/2012 12:30PM ET)

For Folks who didn't get the trade filled at all yesterday
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/22/2012
Sell Put $143, Buy Put $142.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (4%)

For Folks who got the trade filled partially yesterday
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/22/2012
Sell Put $143.5, Buy Put $143, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (6%)
50% Filled

Disclaimer: Trading involves Risk. Risk of loss in financial instruments like Options, Future and Forex can be substantial and these instruments are not suitable for everyone. Members are encouraged to consider their own financial situation and all the risk factors involved before getting into trading. Past results of our trade alerts, system or any individual trader are not indicative of future returns which may be realized by our members. Please visit Characteristics & Risks of Standardized Options to understand the risk factors.

Week Ending 09/22/2012 - 4% (Alert sent at 09/17/2012 3PM ET)

Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/22/2012
Sell Put $142.5, Buy Put $142, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (4%)
50% Filled

Disclaimer: Trading involves Risk. Risk of loss in financial instruments like Options, Future and Forex can be substantial and these instruments are not suitable for everyone. Members are encouraged to consider their own financial situation and all the risk factors involved before getting into trading. Past results of our trade alerts, system or any individual trader are not indicative of future returns which may be realized by our members. Please visit Characteristics & Risks of Standardized Options to understand the risk factors.

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Track Record - Trade Alert for Past Weeks

Week Ending 6/14/2013 - 1%

Placed on 6/10/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 6/14/2013
Buy Put $158, Sell Put $159, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 6/7/2013 - 1%

Placed on 6/6/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 6/7/2013
Buy Put $156, Sell Put $157, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (1%)

Week Ending 5/31/2013 - 2%

Placed on 5/28/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 5/31/2013
Buy Put $160, Sell Put $161, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 5/24/2013 - 2%

Placed on 5/20/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 5/24/2013
Buy Put $161, Sell Put $162, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 5/18/2013 - 2%

Placed on 5/15/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 5/18/2013
Buy Put $160, Sell Put $161, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 5/10/2013 - 2%

Placed on 5/9/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 5/10/2013
Buy Put $159.5, Sell Put $160.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 5/3/2013 - 2%

Placed on 4/29/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 5/3/2013
Buy Put $153, Sell Put $154, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 4/26/2013 - 1%

Placed on 4/25/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 4/26/2013
Buy Put $155.5, Sell Put $156.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (1%)

Week Ending 4/20/2013 - 2%

Placed on 4/15/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 4/20/2013
Buy Put $150, Sell Put $151, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 4/12/2013 - 2%

Placed on 4/10/2013
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 4/12/2013
Buy Call $162, Sell Call $161, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 4/5/2013 - 2%

Placed on 4/1/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 4/5/2013
Buy Put $150, Sell Put $151, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 3/28/2013 - 2%

Placed on 3/25/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 3/28/2013
Buy Put $148, Sell Put $149, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 3/22/2013 - 2%

Placed on 3/20/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 3/22/2013
Buy Put $151, Sell Put $152, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 3/16/2013 - 2%

Placed on 3/12/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 3/16/2013
Buy Put $150.5, Sell Put $151.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 3/8/2013 - 1.07%

Placed on 3/6/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 3/8/2013
Buy Put $150.5, Sell Put $151.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (1.07%)

Week Ending 2/22/2013 - (-18.5%)

Placed on 2/20/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 2/22/2013
Buy Put $148.5, Sell Put $149.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%) Closed the Trade on 2/21 with 18.5% Loss

Week Ending 2/16/2013 - 2%

Placed on 2/13/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 2/16/2013
Buy Put $148.5, Sell Put $149.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 2/8/2013 - 2%

Placed on 2/4/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 2/8/2013
Sell Put $146, Buy Put $145, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 2/1/2013 - 2%

Placed on 1/28/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 2/1/2013
Sell Put $146, Buy Put $145, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Placed on 1/29/2013 (For new subscribers joining on 1/29)
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 2/1/2013
Sell Put $147, Buy Put $146, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)

Week Ending 1/25/2013 - 2%

Placed on 1/22/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 1/25/2013
Sell Put $145, Buy Put $144, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 1/19/2013 - 2%

Placed on 1/15/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 1/19/2013
Sell Put $143, Buy Put $142, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 1/11/2013 - 2%

Placed on 1/8/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 1/11/2013
Sell Put $142, Buy Put $141, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 1/4/2013 - 2%

Placed on 1/2/2013
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 1/4/2013
Sell Put $142, Buy Put $141, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 12/28/2012 - 2%

Placed on 12/24/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 12/28/2012
Sell Put $137, Buy Put $136, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 12/22/2012 - 2%

Placed on 12/18/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 12/22/2012
Sell Put $138, Buy Put $137, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 12/14/2012 - 2%

Placed on 12/11/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 12/14/2012
Sell Put $138.5, Buy Put $137.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 12/07/2012 - 3%

Placed on 12/04/2012
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 12/07/2012
Sell Call $144, Buy Call $145, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)

Week Ending 11/30/2012 - 2.5%

Placed on 11/26/2012

Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 11/30/2012
Sell Put $136, Buy Put $135, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Placed on 11/27/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 11/30/2012
Sell Put $137.5, Buy Put $136.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)

Week Ending 11/17/2012 - 2%

Placed on 11/14/2012
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 11/17/2012
Sell Call $141, Buy Call $142, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Placed on 11/16/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 11/17/2012
Sell Put $133, Buy Put $132, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 11/9/2012 - 2%

Placed on 11/7/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 11/9/2012
Sell Put $136, Buy Put $135, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 11/2/2012 - 2%

Placed on 10/31/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 11/2/2012
Sell Put $137.5, Buy Put $137, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (2%)

Placed on 11/1/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 11/2/2012
Sell Put $139.5, Buy Put $139, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (2%)

Week Ending 10/26/2012 - Break

We were on vacation with Beta Tester group celebrating our success.

Week Ending 10/20/2012 - 2%

Placed on 10/15/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 10/20/2012
Sell Put $138, Buy Put $137, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)

Week Ending 10/12/2012 - 5%

Placed on 10/08/2012
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 10/12/2012
Sell Call $148, Buy Call $149, Limit Order with Credit $0.05 (5%)

Week Ending 10/05/2012 - 3%

Placed on 10/02/2012
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 10/05/2012
Sell Call $147, Buy Call $147.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (4%)

Placed on 10/01/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 10/05/2012
Sell Put $139.5, Buy Put $139, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (2%)

Week Ending 09/28/2012 - 3%

Placed on 09/24/2012
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 09/28/2012
Sell Call $148, Buy Call $148.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (4%)

Place on 09/25/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/28/2012
Sell Put $142, Buy Put $141.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.01 (2%)

Week Ending 09/22/2012 - 5%

Placed on 09/17/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/22/2012
Sell Put $142.5, Buy Put $142, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (4%)
50% Filled

Placed on 09/18/2012
For Folks who didn't get the trade filled at all on 09/17/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/22/2012
Sell Put $143, Buy Put $142.5, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (4%)

For Folks who got the trade filled partially on 09/18/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/22/2012
Sell Put $143.5, Buy Put $143, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (6%)
50% Filled

Week Ending 09/14/2012 - 3%

Placed on 09/10/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/14/2012
Sell Put $139, Buy Put $138, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 09/07/2012 - 3%

Placed on 09/04/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 09/07/2012
Sell Put $136, Buy Put $135, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 08/31/2012 - 3%

Placed on 08/28/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 08/31/2012
Sell Put $138, Buy Put $137, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 08/24/2012 - 2%

Placed on 08/23/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 08/24/2012
Sell Put $139, Buy Put $138, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 08/18/2012 - 5%
Placed on 08/13/2012
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 08/18/2012
Sell Call $143, Buy Call $144, Limit Order with Credit $0.05 (5%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 08/10/2012 - 2%
Placed on 08/10/2012
Bear Call Spread SPY Exp: 08/10/2012
Sell Call $141, Buy Call $142, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 08/03/2012 - 4%
Placed on 08/02/2012
Bear Call Spread IWM Exp: 08/03/2012
Sell Call $79, Buy Call $80, Limit Order with Credit $0.04 (4%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 07/27/2012 - 5% Average
Placed on 07/26/2012
Bull Put Spread IWM Exp: 07/27/2012
Sell Put $76, Buy Put $75, Limit Order with Credit $0.04 (4%)
50% Filled

Placed on 07/24/2012
Bear Call Spread VXX Exp: 07/27/2012
Sell Call $16, Buy Call $17, Limit Order with Credit $0.06 (6%)
50% Filled

Week Ending 07/21/2012 - 3%
Placed on 07/17/2012
Bear Call Spread IWM Exp: 07/21/2012
Sell Call $82, Buy Call $83, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 07/13/2012 - 3%
Placed on 07/10/2012
Bull Put Spread IWM Exp: 07/13/2012
Sell Put $77, Buy Put $76, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 07/06/2012 - 4% Average
Placed on 07/03/2012
Bull Put Spread VXX Exp: 07/06/2012
Sell Put $13, Buy Put $12, Limit Order with Credit $0.06 (6%)
50% Filled

Placed on 07/05/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 07/06/2012
Sell Put $134, Buy Put $133, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)
50% Filled

Week Ending 06/29/2012 - 2%
Placed on 06/26/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 06/29/2012
Sell Put $127, Buy Put $126, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)
100% Filled

Week Ending 06/22/2012 - 2%
Placed on 06/21/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 06/22/2012
Sell Put $131, Buy Put $130, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)
50% Filled

Placed on 06/20/2012
Bull Put Spread IWM Exp: 06/22/2012
Sell Put $75, Buy Put $74, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)
50% Filled

Week Ending 06/16/2012 - 2.5% Average
Placed on 06/14/2012
Bear Call Spread IWM Exp: 06/16/2012
Sell Call $78, Buy Call $79, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (Net 2%)
50% Filled
Closed By Broker on 06/15/2012 with $0.01 Debit (-1%)

Placed on 06/11/2012
Bull Put Spread SPY Exp: 06/16/2012
Sell Put $125, Buy Put $124, Limit Order with Credit $0.03 (3%)
50% Filled

Week Ending 06/08/2012 - 2%
Placed on 06/07/2012
Bull Put Spread IWM Exp: 06/08/2012
Sell Put $74, Buy Put $73, Limit Order with Credit $0.02 (2%)
50% Filled

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After the stressful days, weeks, months & years of Eurozone woes. The following piece of article should provide the much needed humor.

18th June, 2012

Your D. I. Y. Eurozone Bulletin 

 As this piece was written before the results of the Greek elections were known, we have prepared a multiple-choice commentary for the benefit of readers – simply choose from the following options as applicable.

Following the [shock / expected / bizarre] election of [New Democracy / Syriza / die Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei], the Eurozone was returned to a state of [normality / bowel-clenching terror / North Rhine-Westphalia] today. With the political scene now clarified, Greece was reported to be [calm / closed / on fire]. The Eurozone debt crisis was revised by ratings agency Moody’s from [neutral / severe / hysterical] to [bad / very bad / worse]. Welcoming the Greek election results, Eurozone officials were said to be [elated / confused / sheltering in a storm drain]. In defiance of crude national stereotypes, the French responded to the Greek results by way of [fine dining / lowering the retirement age / surrendering]. Ahead of the EU summit on June 28, France called for [a stability pact / common Eurobonds / croissants].

Eurozone monetary policy continues to be [stimulative / alarming / absent]. Bored financiers and journalists were said to be particularly proud of their latest coinage, [Grexit / Grexodus / Spailout], although the Greeks themselves were said to be [concerned / outraged / scuttling over the border with bin-bags full of cash]. Spanish investors, on the other hand, were [resigned / bankrupt / moving their money to Deutsche Bank, Agnes-Bernauer-Straße 69b, Munich].

Spanish bond yields surged after the country’s request for emergency aid was met with [widespread indifference / $100 billion of pretend money / German stormtroopers]. The aid request was viewed by analysts as a sign of [despair / realism / the times] and US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner called the bailout “a good, concrete signal and illustration” of [the end of days / an intensifying vortex of utter hopelessness / Europe’s commitment to move toward a broader banking union]. Geithner subsequently revised his comments and admitted he was [drunk / overly optimistic / insane].

As investors across the Eurozone search desperately for [the truth / safe havens / money], yields on apparently riskless assets such as German Bunds have reached [zero percent / minus two percent / the earth’s inner core]. This happens to be [pointless / silly / wrong]. Stock markets across the continent opened [briefly / down sharply / for a laugh] before they subsequently [rallied / collapsed / were shut forever]. Hedge fund managers were said to be mostly holding [cash / gold / their genitals].

Economic activity across Europe has [slowed / disappeared / gone to Asia] as the debt and banking crisis intensifies. As politicians call for heightened regulation of the banking system, bankers are requesting [bigger bonuses / an amnesty / political asylum]. On June 18-19 the Group of 20 nations will meet in [Los Cabos, Mexico / McDonalds / secret] to discuss the debt crisis. They are unlikely to [agree a plan of action / find a consensus / return].

The summit in Los Cabos will give European leaders a chance to [discuss their economic concerns with other progressive thinkers / void their bladders and bowels uncontrollably / resign]. Investors are unwilling to put their money into [Greece / Spain / France / Ireland / Portugal / Austria / Belgium / Cyprus / Estonia / Finland / Germany / Italy / Luxembourg / Malta / the Netherlands / Slovakia / Slovenia / a bank] on the basis that it might [be vulnerable to a modest decline in purchasing power / be vulnerable to unlimited credit and counterparty risk / explode].

Investors are also concerned that the Eurozone monetary authorities might hit them with [further orgies of unrestrained money-printing / capital and cross-border controls / sockfuls of wet sand]. Meanwhile, Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King was said to be in [denial / Barbados / tears].

Strategists pointed out that the debt crisis was not limited to the Eurozone, given that the rate of economic growth was slowing globally and that the US national debt, for example, was [over $15 trillion / high enough on its own / not connected with the Eurozone]. Investors were advised to take [Krugerrands with them in their underpants / Ben Bernanke hostage / extreme care / Vicodin / to the hills].

Courtesy: PFP Wealth Management