Options Investment Returns for 2009
OptionGenius.com reports a positive options investment return on investment of 47.18% for 2009 and a 5.73% ROI for December.
Houston, Texas, January 20, 2009 – OptionGenius.com, a stock option selling advisory service for individual investors, reported monthly gains for December 2009 of 5.73% and a gain of 47.18% for the year of 2009.
Founded by Allan Sama, OptionGenius.com lets anyone see Sama’s actual option trades and adjustments through real-time updates; by making the same trades themselves, OptionGenius.com members can enjoy the average 8% to 10% monthly returns Sama consistently achieves. Even with the Dow down 34% in 2008, Sama and his members made 102.14% for the year.
By limiting the number of trades to only those with a 75% or higher probability of success, OptionGenius.com (http://www.optiongenius.com) has far outpaced the stock market the past few years.
The trades for December were in
- SPX – the S&P 500 Index
- RUT – the Russell 2000 Index
- MNX – the Mini NASDAQ 100 Index
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While Sama continues to make above average gains, he does not promise any home runs. In fact, while other advisory services proclaim trades that net 100-1000%, Sama aims for 10% on each trade.
“As an option seller, I look for base hits. I want a couple singles and maybe a double each month. I use strategies that bring me consistent income month after month, no matter what the market is doing. It could be up, down, or sideways and I can still profit” says Sama.
To learn more about OptionGenius.com or to try the service for $1.00, visit http://www.optiongenius.com.
if i have 100k will i be able to make trades in that size portfolio once i get the handle on how u trade with a smaller amt size account?
my question is will i be able to get the 40-50 percent on a bigger size account?
Yes you can.
I use a small account, $10,000 as my example because not everyone has $100k. But if you do, then option selling is still a great way to invest. And, if you have 100k you can qualify for a Portfolio Margin account with your broker which will allow you to trade in even larger size. You need less cash to make the same returns as a smaller account.