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Our Approach

The mistake most people make is an oversimplification of what options are. We don't do that. Options trading is hard. The market is three dimensional and in constant flux. The underlying price moves, volatility moves, time decays and skew fluctuates. The market ebbs and flows with the movement of big money into the trade. It doesn't always react the way you think, and in fact, it often moves to inflict the most damage to the greatest number of people. Add to that the fact that you can quickly lose many times your investment and face margin call nightmares and options trading starts to sound like something better left untouched.

But that's not the end of the story. We work to pinpoint the specific options that, we believe, have the best odds of working in your favor. We do this by utilizing volatility and skew information, and spreading options that will create a risk profile that maximizing the gain when the market moves your way, and limits your losses when it doesn't.

Through our unique use of options, we believe we can initiate trades that provide a positive risk/reward and a high win rate.

Our Story

We started as floor options traders at the CBOT specializing in the grain markets. As the floor continues to lose business to the electronic markets, we moved our opperation off the floor and into and office where we can better monitor the markets and apply our unique strategy across a variety of products.

This report and website include information from sources believed to be reliable but no independent verification has been made and we do not guarantee its accuracy or completeness. Opinions expressed are subject to change without notice. This report should not be construed as a request to engage in any transaction involving the purchase or sale of a futures contract and/or commodity option thereon. The risk of loss in trading futures contracts or commodity options can be substantial, and investors should carefully consider the inherent risks of such an investment in light of their financial condition.