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Our Latest Newsletters Are Off To a Great Start

By Lawrence G. McMillan

Our two latest newsletters, The Daily Put-Writer and Special Situation Alerts, have both performed well since their launch in 2020.

Our conservative put-selling strategy in The Daily Put-Writer has now produced realized and unrealized gains of $4,057 and $223 respectively based on a $50,000 margin account since its launch 10 months ago. Moreover, 95% of the put-writing recommendations have made money, demonstrating how the approach can be consistently profitable. For a detailed track-record of all closed positions since inception, click here.*

The aggressive speculative option and stock-buying strategy used in the Special Situation Alerts has also been off to a great start since launching six months ago. Also based on a $50,000 margin account, the Special Situation Alerts newsletter has posted realized gains of $18,600, and another $11,462 of unrealized gains. For a detailed track-record of all closed positions since inception, click here.*

Whether you're looking for a conservative or aggressive option trading approach, one of these newsletters should be able to help your trading.

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