About Us

About Our Staff

Our staff possess statistical and mathematical modeling expertise coupled with years of trading experience.  We have combined these assets to develop a credit spread trading system that minimizes risk while offering profit potential not achievable ,consistently, through any other method of trading.

Our Founder’s Story

Our founder is not a professional trader nor financial advisor, but does hold degrees in mathematics and industrial engineering and has over 40 years of practice as an industrial engineer.

Early in his career he looked to a financial advisor to help improve his return on investments and agreed to let him see what he could do with a modest amount of investment capital.  It took this advisor less than one year to lose nearly all these funds. 

In hindsight that proved to be one of his greatest learning experiences.  He began to study the market and stock investment strategies and over the years wrote trading system strategies using all manner of technical and fundamental indicators, but with mixed success.  He also shied away from options because like most people he continually heard options were risky, very risky.

After retiring ,  He decided to learn all he could about options, reading many books and purchasing many educational services.  And only then did he begin trading options and using all manner of strategies.  He learned about straddles, butterflies, calendars, verticals and many other techniques associated with option trading.

If you take nothing else away from his story then take this:  Although you can make money buying or selling options,  in the long run selling options is where the best money making strategies lie.  There are any number of strategies associated with selling options, but there are really only three worth your time studying:

                – Selling Covered Calls, meaning selling Calls against stocks you own,

                – Selling “naked” Puts on a stock you would not mind owning,

                – Selling Vertical Credit Spreads.

Selling covered calls is a relatively conservative strategy in which you sell call options against shares you own for a price at which you would be willing to sell your stock.  You get a premium for selling the options that you get to keep no matter what.  If the price of your stock rises to the option strike price, you will gladly sell your shares for more profit.  If the price does not reach the strike price before the options expire, you keep your stock and can sell more options for more premium.

Selling “naked” puts (naked because you have nothing to protect you from maximum loss) is a more aggressive strategy.  Since you could wind up having to purchase stock at a set price even though the market price could have dropped substantially below the price you must pay, you should only use this strategy with company stocks you would not mind owning.  If used at the right time and with good companies, it becomes a strategy for either building premium (if your options expire worthless) or a way to buy the stock at a discount (if the options are exercised).

The two strategies above are better than many other non-option based strategies, and if mastered can be relatively safe ways to invest.  But the greatest potential for return on investment lies in selling vertical credit spreads.  Of course the higher the reward the higher the risk, but risk and be reduced with a systematic approach.  After nearly two years of analysis, trading and refinements we developed the two trading plans you can examine for yourself with this service.

Financial professionals agree that anyone who can consistently return 25% on capital invested in the market would be crowned the “King of Wall Street”.   Thus we set a 25% return and protection of capital as the minimum goals for both of our Plans.

Can we promise you average returns of 25% or more?  Of course not, but you don’t have to risk anything to see what our service can do for you.  For a modest introductory fee, you can try either of two plans using paper trading methods and risk none of your funds.