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Vertical Spreads at a Glance
- Most aggressive portfolio
- 30% targeted simple returns
- Up to three new trades each month
- 3-6 open trades at a time
- Complete guidance from opening to exit
- Email SMS and Push notifications on managing each trade
- Managed by professional options analysts
- Review analyst notes on every trade
Vertical Spreads Strategy
The Vertical Spreads Portfolio will use both bullish and bearish strategies. It uses credit or debit spreads, depending on the available options premiums. Vertical Spreads Portfolio, our most aggressive strategy that offers high rewards on relatively small investment, but need to be managed more closely than covered calls or diagonal spreads.
These trades can typically earn around 50% of the amount at risk, making this portfolio the most high reward trades that we offer.
Vertical Spreads Performance
Through June 2018 the Vertical Spreads Portfolio has an annualized return of 138.49%. 47 out of 60 trades were winners for a 78.33% win rate.
To see the trade history of the Vertical Spreads Portfolio, feel free to visit the Closed Trade page
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