ODDS Easy Options Profits FAQs

 

We’ve put together the most frequently asked questions and answers to help you reap the rewards of this super easy system immediately! We feel this will answer everything for you, but if you still have questions, let us know.  Our toll-free number is under every answer given, for your convenience.

Frequently Asked Questions, Answers, and Instructions

 


Q. What type of trades are recommended in ODDS Easy Options Profits?

A. We recommend only the easiest, most simple trades to take:  Buy calls and Buy puts.

There are no complex strategies, which not only makes everything easy, but it will save you a ton in commissions.

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Q. Do you email me the recommendations?

A. Yes, but only 2 times per month.  I’ll explain.

We send emails on two specific days each month.  That’s because the call and put purchases we recommend follow the monthly options expiration cycle, which is based on the 3rd Friday of each month. Plus this system is SO easy, you only need to take action on the day of expiration & the following Monday, as follows:

  • On the Monday after the third Friday – before the market opens – we will email you a list comprised of five trades to take for the next monthly expiration.
  • The trades will be for the next monthly options expiration, usually the third Friday of the next month (sometimes, but very infrequently, market holidays can impact this schedule).
  • The next email is sent on the day of that monthly expiration, before the market opens.  It contains instructions to take for closing any options that day.

These are important emails, so be certain you’re set to accept our emails.   If you don’t receive an email on the dates indicated above, check your spam folder.  If you still do not find an email from us, log into your subscription for instructions and notify us so we can assist you further.

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Q.What is the timing of the trades? And how long do they last?

A.The call and put purchases we recommend follow the regular monthly options cycle.

• The regular options expiration cycle is based on the third Friday of every month.

On the Monday after the third Friday – before the market opens – we will email you a list comprised of five trades to take for the next monthly expiration.

The trades will be for the next monthly options expiration, usually the third Friday of the next month (sometimes, but very infrequently, market holidays can impact this schedule).

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Q.Do you put all your money in the five trades?

A. NO!

Our research has shown that the optimal allocation to the trades is 20% total.  That is, if you have $20,000 in available cash, you would invest a total of $4,000 (20% of $20,000).

Because you have five recommendations, you’d split the dollars equally in the trades.  If your total allocation was $4,000, you would try to come as close as possible to investing $800 (or 1/5th of $4,000) in each recommendation or equally weighted in each one you choose to implement.

For more complete details watch the video below.

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Q. Once I’m filled on the trades, then what?

A.RELAX! Go on vacation, spend time with the family, work on a hobby, do something… anything. Because once you put on the trade, you’re set, until the day of expiration.

You do not need to watch the market.

I live in the middle of horse country. And this is like a horse race. Or a football game, or any other bet. Once you’ve placed the bet, that’s it (unlike poker though, we do not recommend adding to the bet).

Instead, chill out and let the market do the work.  Then on the day of expiration, look for the email with the exit instructions.

That’s it!

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Q. How do I exit my trades?

A. We will email instructions on the morning of expiration, but here is how those instructions will work. We sell the options that are in-the-money, or have exercise value, before the close on the last day of trading before the option expires. With call options, if the stock is above the strike price, the option has exercise value. With put options, if the stock is below the strike price, the option has exercise value. If the option does not have exercise value, we let the options expire worthless.

When options get deep in the money (they have a large exercise value), the bid/ask spread can be wide at expiration. When this is the case, we suggest using a limit order to get out of your trade at or near the exercise value of the trade. To calculate the exercise value, you look at the difference between the strike price and the stock price. We might place the order to exit at a price that is 0.05 less than the exercise value. Usually, that is enough to get out on these very liquid assets.

The bottom line is that we exit our options before the close of the market. If the option is one penny in-the-money and we do nothing, we could end up having our option exercised by the automatic exercise rule. To avoid owning a stock position, you need to close your option trades that are in-the-money before the close.

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Q. What does a recommendation page look like on the day we receive them?

A.Here’s an example of an ODDS Easy Options Profits recommendation page:



At the top next to the name of the service is the date.  Be sure that the page is updated to the current date.

Below that are the table headings. Let’s go left to right.

First is the ticker symbol for each trade. The next column tells you the action is: Buy.  The next column is the expiration date of the trade to implement.  Next comes the strike price of the option to buy.  Then the Put/Call column tells you whether you are buying a put or a call for this trade.  Last but not least is the Net Debit limit price to get filled.

Be sure you place each recommendation as a limit order using the net debit price given.

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Q. What does an exit instructions page look like on the day we receive them?

A. One of the nice things about this service is that it’s so easy, you only need to do something twice per month.  One is for the new trades, the other is the day of expiration you’ll need to know what to do.  

Here’s what the exit instructions will look like for expiring trades for that month:

At the top, you’ll find the date. Be sure the date is the day’s current date.  If not, it’s not updated.

Below that is the table with the open positions.  Let’s go over each column, which is pretty easy to comprehend. 

The first column is the date the trade was given.  Next is the ticker symbol of the trade.  Next is the strike price for the trade.  The next column tells us if the trade is a Put or a Call  The next column tells us the trade was filled and at what price. 

The final column shows any instructions on changes or updates to make to any trade.  Rest assured that on the day of expiration an email is sent out the morning before the market opens to give you precise instructions based on that day, but you can also see the instructions at any time by logging in to your subscription.

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Q. Will I win on every trade, every month?

A. No.  The win rate is 46%, but the average win size is DOUBLE the average loss size.  In short, the average profit PER MONTH is +30%!  That’s per month, folks, not per year, and that’s just the average! This is why we’re all so excited to share this with you.

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Q. Are there any special requirements needed to use this system?

A.We rely on the easiest options strategies there are: buying calls and buying puts. That’s it.

We buy options one-month in duration. The strike price we choose is the one nearest to the stock price. That’s it.

We make five recommendations the Monday morning after the third Friday of the month (Tuesdays if the Monday is a market holiday).Choose from the five, or do them all, whichever you prefer.

Research has shown that the expensive and the inexpensive options perform about the same. So you’re not reducing your average performance by being selective.

That said, if you pick and choose, the number of opportunities are reduced, so you won’t make as much money. And your portfolio will be subject to larger swings because you’re not as diversified.

Once you’ve made the trade, you’re done till the next month.

Go on vacation, relax by the beach, hit the slopes, spend time with family, enjoy your hobbies. It doesn’t matter. You’re free to do whatever you want, instead of sitting all day locked on to a trading computer.

 

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Q. Is there a refund policy?

A. Yes! It’s a Money-Back guarantee, as follows:

Because the performance guarantee is intended only for customers who participate in the trades, ODDS EASY OPTIONS PROFITS has the following refund policy:

THE MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE IS BASED ON TRADING RESULTS DURING THE 12-MONTH PERIOD AFTER PURCHASE OF THE PROGRAM. IF ALL TRADES THAT ARE RECOMMENDED ARE TAKEN AND ALL INSTRUCTIONS FOLLOWED AND IF ALL APPROPRIATE ACCOUNT STATEMENTS ARE PROVIDED WITH YOUR REFUND REQUEST, AND IF THE SUM OF THE RETURNS FOR ALL TRADES DURING THE PERIOD IS NEGATIVE, YOU WILL RECEIVE A FULL REFUND OF THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF THE “ODDS EASY OPTIONS PROFITS”. THIS SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE CANNOT BE CANCELED PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF THE 1-YEAR SUBSCRIPTION TERM. THE PERIOD IN WHICH YOU CAN REQUEST A REFUND IS NOT PERPETUAL; YOU MUST REQUEST THE REFUND WITHIN 1 MONTH OF THE END OF YOUR 1-YEAR SUBSCRIPTION TERM. THE PERIOD IN WHICH A REFUND REQUEST WILL BE HONORED SHALL NOT EXCEED 13 MONTHS BEYOND THE ORIGINAL ENROLLMENT DATE.

Plus a Double The Subscription Price Guarantee:

IF YOU HAVE NOT MADE A PROFIT OF DOUBLE THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ($10,000 PROFIT, WHICH IS DOUBLE THE $5,000 CHARTER SUBSCRIPTION PRICE) AT THE END OF 12-MONTH PERIOD AFTER PURCHASE OF THE PROGRAM, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL YEAR OF SERVICE AT NO CHARGE. THE ADDITIONAL YEAR OF SERVICE, IF UTILIZED, DOES NOT CARRY ANY GUARANTEE

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Q. Why does this easy system work, and why are you so exited about it?

A.In a word, LIQUIDITY

  • Research shows that the most liquid stocks tend to go up the most when money flows into the market. It works in the exact opposite way when money flows out.This anomaly has a name; it’s called the liquidity premium
  • This happens because large investors can place money in liquid names easier than in illiquid names.
  • At the same time, one of the biggest reasons investors lose when buying options is that they don’t have the same advantage that market makers have. That is, individuals buy at the ask and sell at the bid. This is an enormous expense that is overlooked by most options traders. Yet it’s an expense that is almost impossible for individual options traders to overcome.
  • By focusing on the most liquid options on the most liquid stocks, we gain an edge by profiting from the liquidity premium and we eliminate 90% of the transaction costs associated with conventional option buying.
  • The key is finding these opportunities quickly enough so that a trader can act before it’s too late. That’s where our options database comes in.
  • We have a revolutionary new indicator that spots the most liquid situations in an instant.
  • We are able to scan for situations that meet our strict guidelines and distill them down to just five very simple trades that any options trader can implement.
  • The whole process takes me just a few seconds. The creation of the indicator and the creation of the process to gather the information took me over 7 years and cost over a million dollars.  You get to benefit from all of this by investing 5 MINUTES PER MONTH of your time to potentially make an average profit per month of +30%!  That’s why we’re excited.

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Q. Is there a suitability requirement for these trades?

A. There shouldn’t be.

  • We’re simply buying calls and puts to get into a trade.  Then on expiration day, we close out the positions that require action. 
  • Other than covered calls, buying calls and buying puts are at the lowest approval level.  So nearly everyone qualifies, but check with your broker of choice if you have any questions.
  • No option selling is done except to close an existing position.

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Q. What do I do if there is a trade that costs more than I have to allocate using the 20% optimal allocation?

A. The answer is simple, don’t take that trade. You can allocate your optimal allocation amount to fewer trades. The performance metrics show performance when restricting allocation to smaller trade amounts.

This method of trading is robust. The average reward in percentage terms is fairly consistent across option prices. Allocating smaller amounts limits the number of stocks you trade, but those trades, in the past, have provided similar results in percentage terms.

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  • There you have the answers to the questions I am most often asked, & I hope that these help you get started using ODDS Easy Options Profits and that they answered all the questions you may have had. If not, let us know!
  • –Don Fishback
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