Automated Options Trade Recommendations

By taking advantage of auto-trading, our trade recommendations are sent directly to one of our approved brokers. We manage the trades from start to finish.


About Cycles

Cycles occur at different intervals. There are multi-year cycles that have a bearing on the market at critical points, but for the most part our service relies on cycle analysis related to the trading cycle, which varies from 30 to 40 days. Within that cycle, we attempt to time our trade executions. Cycles analysis relies on a complex series of technical indicators. Our updates revolve around cycles and their bearing on our credit spread, but may also assist you in your trading activity outside our credit spread strategy.

About the Trades

This service exists to generate income on a monthly basis, and we accomplish this by collecting option premiums. We believe that slow, consistent gains add up to remarkable annual returns, so if you're looking to strike it rich on one trade, this is not the service for you. We instead seek high probability trades with as little risk as possible for a healthy return. We accomplish this task by exclusively relying on credit spread trades involving major market indices. We do not make stock-specific trades in order to avoid the occasional ‘stock-shock' that can wreck a trade. Many investment professionals rightfully advise clients to avoid options trading due to the risks involved, but most options strategies are far riskier than the type of credit spread trades we're recommending in our newsletter. The biggest difference is that in order to profit, we don't need a directional move in the underlying index. We don't need to trade the spread after we place the order for it, either. Instead, we profit from time decay. That's right- there are no timing strategies for buying back or selling options here. Just 1 or 2 orders a month that expire without any effort on your part, other than to receive your spread profits. Technically speaking, a credit spread consists of buying one stock option and selling another of the same type (call or put) in the same expiration month but at different strike prices. The option that we sell is more expensive than the option that we buy, thus resulting in a net credit (deposit) to our trading account.

How we Trade

We typically place credit spread trades that are far out of the money, creating as little stress as possible in the process. We only focus on two different types of credit spreads: Bull Put or Bear Call Spreads, depending on market conditions and cycle timing. Best of all, the trade is completely automated via auto-trading . We signal our trade to our brokers*, and the trade along with the stop/loss is placed for you. While we encourage investors to learn more and pay attention to our updates, you don't have to if that's not your thing.

*In order for us to auto-trade on your behalf, you must have an account with one of our preferred brokers.


Thank you for considering our service. A portion of the subscription fees generated from our combined CycleSpreads newsletter services are donated directly to WorldVision. WorldVision is a Christian humanitarian charity organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. The area we choose to donate to is the clean water fund.

Trading Options involves considerable risk. Before deciding to participate in options trading, you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience and risk appetite. Most importantly, do not invest money you cannot afford to lose. Any mention of past performance is not indicative of future results.

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