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(Cons) Getting around 1% ROI on some of the Naked Puts is perhaps a little on the low side. Users should be aware that due to proximity to expiry, sometimes weekly options can require a lot of margin. Of course balanced against this is the relatively short hold time for weeklys. There is not enough history to judge long term performance of the system. Note however that the service is less than half the price of most of the other systems available. Finally it might be an improvement to have full portfolio performance reporting in addition to the straight ROI for each month. The service needs to be very careful to avoid typos in the trade signals (just one of these occurred recently).
If you're interested in a good radio show, I'd go with "PowerTRADER" Radio or Day-Trader Radio. This show doesn't give me all that much value and they seem more consumed with promoting their online trading academy.
Very little to actually take literal and act upon and they do little to compensate that by providing anything educational. they seem to be a little scatter brain in what they say and more consumed with the women that anchor their show.
Just recently found this gem of a trader and decided to follow him. He does a lot of pivot trading, and a lot can be learned from him as he is open about his mistakes and humble about his triumphs. Quite a refreshing follow in the world of Twitter.
Springheel Jack is one of the better market analyst that I know. His morning game plans are a big help in my trading. His big focus is on the market and the current direction.
I've used TradeStation in the past. I'm never a fan of brokers though that want to charge you for using their tools and software and charge you commissions on top of that. The fact that you give them you money and paying them commissions should be enough.
But with that said, I used them for trading futures, and found them to be great. To get their software free, you have to execute so many round trips per month. They also have one of the better back-testing software out there.
Jim comes across as genuine in his tweets, but with how frequent he tweets, and the limited amount of info you get from it, it makes him more noise than anything else. If you're a fan of the show then you will probably like what he has to say. Otherwise, I'd probably move on.
I've know Springheel Jack for a while now, through mainly the Slope of Hope. He's a very cordial guy, with so much to offer traders. He has a great niche in providing clean and precise direction for the markets. He's not boastful or some kind of diva like the other 90% on Twitter seem to be, but is instead down-to-earth and will answer your questions, and provide some of the best charts and guidance for approaching the markets each day.
Definitely follow this guy!
Stewie runs the Art of Trading service which I highly reviewed. I follow Stewie on twitter and he makes some excellent tweets. He will tweet his thoughts on the market and market direction, and he is usually right. He will also tweet about a couple of stocks, but he can't do all of them since he runs a service. He will usually respond to your questions or tweets. Plus, he will usually do a chart request period so you can have him analyze your charts. Definitely an injustice to yourself if you do not follow this guy.
Greenblatt comes across as pretty genuine, and definitely believes what he is promoting, however, I think his views on implementing his theory with little regard to market conditions is a bit careless.
But I do think it is worth reading, (it doesn't take long) because it provides you with a different perspective on the market, and you're bound to pick up a few new concepts and strategies that you might not have been aware of before.
If you don't want to read or buy the book, then go to the store and read the last chapter, and you'll get everything you need from the book.
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