Special Updated FAQ: November 12, 2019

FAQ: Some options go up 35-40% so fast that by the time I can sell them they've already fallen back down. How do I get out where I want to without having to watch my options all day? 

A: Once you have purchased the option in your account, take that the purchase price and multiply it by 1.35 (+35%) or 1.40 (+40%), or whatever your initial profit-taking target is, then place a GTC sell order (good-until-canceled) with a limit at that price. 

FAQ: What should I do if I can't buy the option at the price in the trade alert? 

A: The price in the alert is simply the price at which the option is trading as the alert gets created.  It is the strike and expiration described in the alert that matters, not the "around price" in parenthesis

FAQ: Doesn't taking quick profits get you out of your trades too soon, sometimes  leaving few if any positions open? Even though the option tables show a lot of trades, most all of them have hit their targets. 

A: There are new trades coming every week and I really am preferring quality over quantity. Nonetheless, here are couple ideas to maximize exposure: 

(1) Always leave some options open after initial profit-taking, holding for further gains. Use a break-even (on initial entry) stop and move that stop up as the option goes up. 

(2) Treat "Repeat" signals as entirely new stand-alone new signals, with a full monetary allocation that you would accord any new signal. The chart below is of a new addition to the PRO basket, Micron Technology (MU). It had 3 sells all within the month of May, about two weeks apart. The first two signals would have been big winners. Depending on the option expiration (we were not trading MU at the time) these signals could have overlapped. What to do? If you have extra cash to put to work take the repeat signals as new signals, or if the original option is on the verge of expiring, the new signal is an opportunity to rollover the position into the next expiration. 



General Overview FAQ:

Q1: How does the system work?

A: We use our trading platform (trend-following) to identify the larger trend and then monitor the smaller counter-trend retracements for reversals back into the major trend, a "buy the dips" mentality...except waiting to be sure the dip is over before jumping in.  

Q2: What should I expect as a subscriber?

A: Expect trade Alerts as new trades are triggered, both via email and posted on the website under your level of service, either Premium (Intermediate Term) or PRO (Short-Term). 

Q3: Do I need a minimum amount of funds in order to trade the system?

A: Minimum $2K should be enough to diversify into 2-3 trades, especially if you are taking quick profits in the 35-50% range. 

Q4: What is the difference between Blue Line Premium Service and Blue Line PRO?

The Blue Line Premium Service uses 180 minute price bars to generate a more intermediate term trade, 3-5 weeks. The Blue Line PRO Service trades off of hourly price bars and generate trades lasting from 3-5 days

Q5: Is there anything else I need to know? 

Yes, we are here to help you make money in the stock and index options market. If you have questions send them in and we will try to get back to you as soon as possible. Your success is our success...and vice versa. 


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