Welcome to Options Made Easy


A service created by market analyst and author Andy Chambers which simplifies the option selection process by identifying the best opportunities in today's markets. Andy has produced over 140% for his subscribers so far since January of 2011, and has consistently been profitable since the inception of the service.




Options Made Easy
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The Options Made Easy website and e-mail service provides email or text alert recommendations for stock options. Included with each subscription is the Options Made Easy book that teaches the methodology used for the daily recommendations.

Even if you know absolutely nothing about trading, my service will allow you to cash in on the most powerful money-making opportunity in existence... with low risk, and without any prior knowledge about options trading!

Options Made Easy

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High Profits - Low Risk

With stock options, purchasing call or put options has limited risk. In other words, you'll never receive a margin call and you cannot lose more than you invested.


No matter what tools and methods you use, there will be plenty of lessons to learn along the way. Here are some things to keep in mind:


*Always wait for the best setups. When you see them, take advantage of them. If you don’t see them, don’t force them. Jimmy Rogers, a very wealthy, very successful trader and fund manager says “I just wait until there is money lying in the corner, and all I have to do is go over there and pick it up.” Be patient. Wait for the best setups.


*Don’t mix up your time frames. If your trade is based on a daily setup, don’t pay too much attention to intraday charts. Intraday swings are more frequent and they can cause you to exit too early. Likewise, if the trade is based on a weekly chart, don’t pay too much attention to the daily chart. As a wise trader once said, “Too much attention to price fluctuation all but guarantees financial suicide.” We need to define our plan for the trade and have the discipline to stick with it.


*Diversify. No matter how strong the trend is, it isn’t a good idea to put all your money in one market or one sector


*Manage your money. Many of the top pros limit their risk to one or two percent of the account balance per trade.


 
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Strategy

I’m old fashioned. I love chart patterns, and I often act on wide-range reversals and gaps. My favorite chart patterns include the head and shoulders pattern, symmetrical triangles, and break outs from a flat top or bottom, also known as trading range breakouts.

We also have a specific setup that helps us spot higher low bottoms in an up trend and lower high tops in a down trend. Wide range reversals and gaps are often part of those setups. We pay close attention to support and resistance. If a market breaks support, we tend to expect a further decline. On the other hand if a market cracks through resistance, we look for a further advance.

We don’t use a lot of indicators. We try to focus on price action. However, there are a couple of special stochastic setups that we like to look for.




 
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