I am expecting the markets to have a down year overall, with a lot of volatility daily. When using the Daily Options Trading Strategy (DOTS), I actually prefer this, as it tends to bring a lot more daily trades. I especially prefer when the markets open down, as there will always be more call buying opportunities, and the DOTS strategy does have more call trades than put trades on a percentage basis. This type of market volatility also brings increased sell-to-close (STC) orders. The DOTS strategy is unique in the sense that its performance is not based on how the markets overall are trading. It spots daily lows and highs extremely well. The key to the strategy is patience and not having a trigger-finger. However, when the 4 bottom indicator numbers and Bollinger Bands are all aligned for a trade, it must be made.
A few stocks on the DOTS list I like to move up this year are: FitBit (FIT), Twitter (TWTR, see a buyout possibility), and Alibaba (BABA).
For those unfamiliar with my subscription service, my daily Skype/Chatzy part of the subscription provides, in real-time, the DOTS trades I make. Before each trade, I provide the ticker symbol I am watching for a possible trade. This is when the Bollinger Bands start to expand and the indicator numbers are getting closer to a buy point. Once a trade is near, I once again provide the ticker symbol, the strike price, expiration date, my sell-to-close order (above the price paid per contract). Once an order is filled, the group chat and I provide what they paid per contract.
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Thanks, and Happy New Year.