Friday, February 5, 2010

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Congratulations ...

Congratulations to all  who successfully traded CME based on Wednesday's subscriber trade alert.

The FEB $290 Put Options closed up 130%. Anytime a trader scores that kind of return in a single day, it's recommended to book profits and enjoy the rest of the day with friends and family.

Hiding in cash clears your mind and does wonders for your psyche. An updated trade alert was sent to all subscribers at 11ET.

Most financial advisors are hogtied by corporate policies and or ignorant to the facts of option trading.

Please continue using the 11 Commandments.
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