Big Money Options Pro


The more “advanced” service from the Big Money Options editors, with weekly issues that detail recommended trades but also a large number of daily trading suggestions.

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R Thomas
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R Thomas
March 4, 2010 3:21 pm
Big Money Options Pro I’ve been a subscriber since Sep 2009, and I like this service. This is the real deal. But it is NOT inexpensive. Figure on about 2 grand annually or $595 quarterly. A less costly version (simply called Big Money Option) with fewer trades costs about 1/2 what is shown. The non-Pro version would probably work better for newbies to options. If you belong to BMO Pro, you also have total access to the less expensive version, so really the price, to me, for the Pro version is well worth it. Nick Atkeson and Andrew Houghton run… Read more »
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SnowCrash7
March 20, 2010 8:09 am
The folks who shill for services like this are real disappointment to someone hoping for a fair and accurate review. I signed up for a trial subscription a year ago to these guys who were hawking incredible return numbers. I took one look at their open trades and record and immediately terminated the trial. Their latest claims are that they averaged a 175% return per trade, including losses, and that 70 of their trades were money doublers. OK, maybe I was wrong, too hasty. Took another look. Incredible, 80% of their open positions (and several were leaps locking up your… Read more »
R Thomas
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March 20, 2010 12:25 pm
Just a word to SnowCrash7. I’m NOT A SHILL, as you suggest. I’ve been a successful business owner and professional for years, and I also happen to really like to trade options. I WANT TO MAKE THIS PERFECTLY CLEAR TO ANYONE WHO READS THESE REVIEWS: I do not know the BMO Pro people. I am not acquainted with them in any way. I am not associated with them (except as a subscriber), and I make money from their suggestions as well as from research I also do. BMO Pro is just 1 of several ways I find trades. Since their… Read more »
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Wayne
March 22, 2010 5:05 pm
First of all, I’m not a subscriber but am considering it. Like many, I suspect, I wonder if one trust ANY review on ANY product/service. Many reviewers are hired/paid – which may well compromise their objectivity. So – who’s the “shill” here… SNOW? Thomas? Neither? One thing I note in Thomas’ two reviews is the following: In his first review, he says “…but if you stick to their trade suggestions you WILL truly make outsized profits because of the way they set up many of their trades.” This “stick to” statement suggests anyone – experienced or not, researcher or not… Read more »
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Kim
March 27, 2010 3:19 pm

R Thomas,

I keep getting ads from those guys, with advertised profits of “…1,100% gains in 15 days, …1,200% gains in 7 days, …2,300% gains in 10 days.”

Can you give an example of one of those trades? How do they calculate the profits?

Kim
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Kim
May 11, 2010 9:22 am
I subscribed to the less costly version (Big Money Option) and checked how they calculate the results. When you analyze the largest profit claim – 2,300%, you find out that it’s actually VZ April 29 Call-April 28 Put risk reversal. You buy a long call and “finance” it by selling a short put. In this case, the position was purchased for $0.03 per spread and sold for $0.72 per spread for a profit of $0.69 per spread. Now, based on 2,300% profit calculation, you would think that if you invested $10,000 in this position you would grow your money to… Read more »
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Kurt
October 8, 2010 11:30 pm
I love how other reviewers who admit that they did not try the service or subscribed to see past picks and unsubscribed without seeing how picks developed or are thinking about the service feel they can rate the service. I will take that lead and say that I subscribe to the regular version of Big Money Options (not pro) and am happy with the performance. I read a review from optionsstore.com and it seemed like a fair take on the service and others like optionmonster. I will also take the lead and rate this service even though I have the… Read more »
Kim
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Kim
October 10, 2010 10:56 am

Kurt, let me ask you a simple question. When they record a 2,300% profit in risk reversal, were you able to put $10,000 in this position and grow your money to $240,000? When they record 500% gain, were you able to grow $10,000 to $60,000?
Were you able to double your money every month like they GUARANTEE in their ads and website?

If the answer is no, then their track record means nothing. It is misleading and dishonest.

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sandy
March 25, 2011 8:38 pm
I am not the subscriber but I too get the news letters , which are very lucarative. But one thing I noticed is that these Wall Street people never show you the list of the previous recommendations they did and how much they lost or gain !!!! As a novice if you have to pay them and do the research own ur own then why shld you pay and make them millionare for that kind of unnecessary advice !!!! I can recommend 50 stocks blindly and 10 would be the winner , does that mean I am a pro ?????????… Read more »
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