‘Hugh, here’s my situation….’

Sound familiar?  If I had a dollar for every one of these emails…  lol   Hi xxxxxx, Yes, you’ve been on and off for quite some time. lol I totally understand what you’re doing and going through. Corporate America (I was there too) has some...

Why Day Traders Lose Money

Half the battle to stop the bleeding is knowing why you lose. ‘Opportunity Cost’ is defined as the loss of potential gain from other alternatives when one alternative is chosen. As a trader, we see this all the time. A stock hits our target, we sell for a...

Why the Inner Circle?

Trading is serious business, even if you aspire to it as a hobby. It’s energizing, fun and could even be very profitable! We want you to be comfortable with our offerings. As such, we do not expect you to just subscribe to expensive programs or a strategy that...

Stock Trading vs. Options Trading

I get the question all the time – what is the difference between stock trading and stock options trading? Well, picture this. Stock trading can be compared to gambling at a casino. You’re always gambling against the house, so if you and your fellow gambling friends...

5 More Attributes of Options

Check out our blog on the first 10 characteristics of stock options. Here are some additional characteristics of stock options. In-the-Money: strike price is less than the current underlying stock price (calls… inverse is true for puts) At-the-Money: strike price is...

10 Attributes of Stock Options

Read our blog post on how stock options work. Since we’ve already covered how stock options work, it’s definitely beneficial to know the characteristics of stock options before trading. One stock option controls 100 underlying shares. The bid price is the price the...