Posted on July 2, 2019
That’s right, Jocko. Two hum-dingers and one mushroom cloud for ya today.
And remember, if you haven’t signed up, you don’t make money. It’s as simple as that.
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First on the block was our trade from a letter called Clock Watchers’ Bottom that arrived at your inbox on June 3rd. There, you’ll recall that Hugh urged you to buy the XLU September 20th 58 PUT for $2.02 and sell the IYT September 20th 150 PUT for $1.95. Total debit was $0.07.
The flight to the safety of the utilities had come to an end, and Huey expected some risk hauling to commence.
And so it did.
Today the XLUs trade for $0.96 and the IYTs go for $0.55. Sell off the former and buy back the latter, and you net $0.41 on just seven cents spent. That’s a one month profit of 486%.
A week later, Hugh offered up another doozy. In a letter called That’s Loud! Krakatoan War Trade, he absolutely went to town. The premise was equally simple – shareholders of an enthusiastic, over-eager military/industrial complex manufacturing concern had overbid KTOS stock, causing her to stall and look suspect vis-à-vis the broader war-mongering subsector.
The trade recommended you buy the KTOS January 17th 22.50 PUT for $3.10 and sell the ITA October 18th 192 PUT for $2.95. Total debit on the trade was $0.15 per pair traded.
The long KTOS PUT is worth $3.60, while the ITA sells for $2.75. Sell off the first, repurchase the second, and you walk away with a tidy $0.85 on $0.15 spent. That’s a net profit to you of 467%.
And that ain’t no sippin’ tea…
It only took five days.
Why wait any longer?
What, are you greedy…?
Last Thursday we sent you a letter called Using Time to Play the Gold/Silver Ratio. We explained that we didn’t like the looks of gold’s runaway move over the last couple of weeks, suggesting it was overbought and due for a drawdown.
The trade itself suggested selling the GLD August 2nd 135 CALL for $1.84 and buying the SLV January 15th (2021) 14 CALL for $1.88, for a total debit of $0.04.
The pricing on this one was so stretched – as we noted for subscribers at the end of our letter:
“…the GLD CALLs expire in 35 days, while the long SLVs are alive for another 19 months!”
How could we not prosper?
And this is how it breaks down today –
The SLV CALLs trade for $1.73 and the GLDs for $0.86. Sell the former, buy back the latter, and you rake in $0.87 on four cents spent. That’s a sweepstakes trifecta Oscar win of 2075% in five oyster-shucking days! Can you believe it?
Now go take on the day…
Alan B. Harvard