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birdmax
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birdmax
June 23, 2015 2:15 pm

I auto trade option scalper and time bandit. they are the best newsletters I have seen, and I have seen plenty which are loaded with b/s. then I discovered the above and have been a very happy trooper. one of there first goals is to protect your investment, then make money.
keep up the good work.

traderjeremy
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traderjeremy
July 18, 2016 3:24 am

You’re happy with the 150% loss in March and the 69% loss this month? How is that protecting anyone’s investment?

muddy waters
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muddy waters
October 3, 2015 5:30 pm
This one of the best I have come across, especially Options Scalper. Why? Low draw down, the key to long term profits, coupled with conservative strategy and no over trading. Since 3/11 no more than a 15% DD, which can be made up in 3-4 weeks! The best part is you can effectively compound your account. The risk: maybe one day the market forces will collide in a day to wreak havoc on the spread you are in. If that is the case, the company’s trade management will shine you may end up with a loss, but it will not… Read more »
traderjeremy
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traderjeremy
July 18, 2016 4:00 am
Since you wrote “maybe one day the market forces will collide in a day to wreak havoc on the spread you are in. If that is the case, the company’s trade management will shine you may end up with a loss, but it will not destroy your account” last October, the market forces have “collided” multiple times and the staff at Many Ways to Trade have destroyed many accounts by their total failure to exercise trade management. Option Scalper posted a 150% loss this March and a 69% loss this month (July 2016), and Time Bandit Trader had a slew… Read more »
gd66
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gd66
November 13, 2015 10:36 am
Honestly, I must have been unlucky or the other comments are not trustful. I was able to get out of most trades of Time Bandits in time to avoid losses. I can only criticize the lack of stop loss, they just roll up or down a couple of times, then they pull the plug. Boom! -23% on yesterday’s trade. Option Scalper sells spreads on a weekly basis. They completely ignore the effect of gamma in such a short time to expiry, if something goes wrong- and it went wrong… a lot! BTW, everybody should know what is gamma, otherwise you… Read more »
traderjeremy
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traderjeremy
July 18, 2016 3:21 am

You weren’t unlucky – your experience was similar to that of their other former clients, and the positive comments here don’t tell the full story. The folks at Many Ways to Trade have emptied the accounts of loads of their subscribers.

muddy waters
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muddy waters
November 15, 2015 6:01 pm
To Mr. Reckless from Investimonials Option Scalper The current trade referred as “reckless” is an open trade for sure but has been expertly managed around S and P volatility for the last several weeks. In fact as we stand right now we are fine. There is a condor on to offset the spread which looks likely to expire wordless, since it is $7 out of the money. The condor was put on for protection and flexibility. The condor may be adjusted very soon and yes a debit will be issued, but this trade is being managed well. Think about it:… Read more »
traderjeremy
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traderjeremy
July 18, 2016 4:11 am

Update: their maximum loss in three years is an unconscionable 150%. Apparently Mr. Reckless from Investimonials was right.

Shirish
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Shirish
November 23, 2015 10:09 am
I have been with Time Bandit for over a year and recently also signed up for Option Scalper. This is one of the best trading services out there. Their understanding of the markets, timing of their trades, and trade management is excellent. People need to understand that there is inherent risk in trading options and credit spreads. If they want no stress and no risk, they need to be in CDs. They also need to understand that there is absolutely no way to have a 100% success rate on all the trades. One has to review track records over a… Read more »
muddy waters
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muddy waters
November 28, 2015 4:29 pm

It is amazing me that people bolt from a great newsletter because of a small loss on a trade– to find the money grail. 131% YTD!
I am happy with this service.

traderjeremy
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traderjeremy
July 18, 2016 3:13 am
Many Ways to Lose You can’t say these guys don’t offer diversity in investing. With Option Scalper, they lost their clients an eye-popping 150% in March of 2016 by recklessly rolling ad nauseam, then they reversed course and lost another whopping 69% in July of 2016 by failing to roll when they should have. With Time Bandit Trader, they prefer the death-by-a-thousand-cuts approach to loss, providing you with smaller but more numerous drawdowns that overcome their modest gains after commissions. If you want to wipe out your nest egg in variegated fashion, these incompetents will be glad to show you… Read more »
andyj
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andyj
July 18, 2016 3:19 pm

From a investor who began with them in 2016, take my advice run the other way. I was impressed by their claims of conservative trading. Turns out to be false. Endless rolling of bad positions to massive losses. I am too embarrassed to mention my losses thru them..over 75%.

indextrader1
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indextrader1
September 15, 2016 11:36 am
MWTT was doing well for many non-volatile years but then volatility increased and they couldn’t handle it so Option Scalper suffered a 150% loss in March 2016 and another 60 % loss in July 2016. Just look at the results shown on their website. The only thing you can say in their favor is that they didn’t cover it up. Selling premium requires some form of stop loss trade management which they are ignorant of and their response to an unfavorable move for trades is to roll forward which is why they experienced such disastrous results. Its a shame when… Read more »
indextrader1
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indextrader1
September 15, 2016 11:57 am

Check out their website and you will see the 150% and 60% loss experienced by Option Scalper in March and July of 2016. The only form of trade management is to roll forward which will always, eventually, result in a total wipeout of invested capital. Their subscription price is low and the management skills you get is what you pay for.

charlie_b
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charlie_b
October 3, 2016 10:56 pm
I have been subscribed to Option Scalper for a few months now and am incredibly happy with the service. I have joined many services that want thousands up front, this service is only $32 per month and you can cancel anytime. We just closed out our 8th straight win, and before that there were 4 wins without a loss either. Inevitably there will be a loss, but with these guys record I have confidence to get through it. Their alerts are simple and relevant to the current market conditions, and if I need to contact them they always respond in… Read more »
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