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WE OUT-DO OURSELVES! Five Winners in a Single Day – Including One For 1050% – And Many More to Come. (MRK, TRIP, AMR, KFY, XLF)

Posted on June 14, 2022

Atheists admit: PROOF OF G-D’s EXISTENCE.

“This is just spanking unheard-of.”

Hashem’s kindness abounds – we start our run to the bank today with Merck.

The trade was sent May 30th in a directive called Merckury’s Up – Meltdown Imminent.

And melt down, it did.

We implored you to sell the MRK August 19th 92.50/95.00 CALL spread for $1.05 and buy the MRK August 19th 92.50/90.00 PUT spread for $1.15.  Total debit was $0.10.

And now…?

With MRK selling for exactly $85, we recommend closing.

Buy back the short CALL spread for $0.55 (1.12/0.57) and sell the PUT spread for $1.70 (8.85/7.15), and you jaunty off with $1.05 NET on just a dime put down.

And that’s 1050%, friends.

In two flippin’ weeks!

Tell me the Holy One doesn’t love His Jews…

NEXT!!!

Our TRIP trade arrived in your inbox on May 26th in a communiqué called TRIP and Fall and Keep on Falling, and it urged you to set the TRIP September 16th 26 synthetic short for a debit of $2.68.  Additionally, it recommended setting a STOP buy at $26 to avoid any runaway loss.

And…

Today we close.

The PUT changes hands for $6.80 and the CALL for $0.73.  Sell the former and buy back the latter and you step into the end zone like Billy “White Shoes” Johnson with $3.39 NET on $2.68 spent.

And that’s 126%.

In less than three weeks!

[Remember to cancel the STOP.]

Next up is our May 19th AMR bet, from a letter called Nothing Could be Finer Than Tectonic Size Decliners in the Ma-a-ar-ket.

There, you’ll recall that we set the AMR June 17th 165 synthetic short for a debit $15.40.  We also set a STOP buy on the shares at 165 to avoid any runaway loss.

Today, the PUT garners $18.10, while the CALL trades for $1.30.

Sell the PUT and leave the CALL to wither.

With just three days to expiry there’s little chance it will end in-the-money.

That should stuff your pockets with a fine-and-dandy $2.70 NET on $15.40 laid down.

Call it 17.5% or TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY BUCKS.

But either way… enjoy it.

And cancel the STOP.

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Our KFY trade is closing today, and her details can be found HERE.

To sum, we’re short a single lot of KFY with a breakeven of $54.91.

And with KFY currently fetching $53.79, we’re buying it back and running with $1.12 NET (on an initial debit of $19.00).

Total Return: 5.9%

“No! No! …Not with a razor!”

Finally, we wrap our XLF effort, whose particulars can be sourced HERE.

In brief, we’re short one lot of shares with a breakeven of $31.85.

And with XLF trading at $31.56, we’re buying them back today for a NET gain of $0.29.

Our original debit was $0.06, so that makes for an eye-popping 483%.

Inch by inch, row by row, we’re chalking up the profits and thanking His Eminence, the Master of the Universe, for all our successes.

Large and small.

Eschatologically yours,

Alan B. Harvard

 

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