Watch as Chief Investment Officer Matthew ‘Whiz’ Buckley identifies these fast-paced, short-term and very tactical Weekly Option trades and adds them to the TGO Weekly Options Model Portfolio. There he will manage them to exit for maximum profitability or minimum loss.
What are Weekly Options?
- Weekly Options expire every Friday. Not every underlying stock or ETF has weekly options available to trade, but many major targets do.
- Weekly Options have the potential to be hugely profitable and also allow traders to manage risk.
- They are not for the faint of heart.
- They are definitely a more advanced tactic.
- They are not long-range strategic trades, but ‘quick strike’ tactical trades that support our strategic mindset.
- They’re short-term trades and require more attention.
- They are good weapons to use as a hedge for short term events or announcements.
Let’s put it this way:
Weekly Options are the equivalent to flying an F/A-18 Hornet while monthly options are a propeller plane and LEAP options are a kind of like flying a helicopter.
If you’re looking to go ‘supersonic,’ then join us at Weekly Options.
It’s a definite adrenaline rush.
*Dates and times may vary depending upon Mr. Buckley’s travel and speaking/appearance schedule and a video may be substituted for the live webinar.
Bottom Line – Spool up your options trading with TGO Weekly Options. Get airborne TODAY.
Fairly new to trading options but I pulled the trigger with Whiz on the WO program and I’m not looking back! He’s done an outstanding job teaching me the nuances of these afterburner trades and the discipline required to stick with your overall strategic mindset of how to profit no matter which way the market is going. This program is not for the faint of heart and it often requires what Whiz calls “lucky strike” moments where you need to sit back, relax, and take a drag. Inevitably though, by the end of each week, the strategy established and the tactics employed to capitalize during that week pay off. In just three weeks of coming aboard with Whiz, I’ve profited $6,800.-John Hilterman