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JM
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JM
August 24, 2012 9:14 pm
For the two months that I have been using TM, they’ve been able to earn over 20% for EACH month!! They sell Iron Condors then buy them back when the profit goal is reached. Each of those 2 monthly trades were held for just 2 weeks! I always thought trading was stressful but the way these guys handle it, I’ve been able to sleep well every night without worrying about my money. I recently referred my cousin to their service and will be eligible for a discounted monthly rate soon. I’ll definitely be referring more especially with their referral program.… Read more »
Lance S, Weinbrow
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August 29, 2012 7:46 am
It’s been an awesome ride trading with Trade Mavens. Their price is nice, the Trade School section is a good feature offered to those just starting out trading Iron Condors and the returns have been phenomenal. On one trade, we only held the position for a total of 11 days and still made over 20%. I was autotrading weekly’s before, but I may have found the strategy I can count on to be less stressful than what other services are offering. Spend a little time to learn about how Trade Mavens generates profits for its customers. You will not be… Read more »
66rover99
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66rover99
September 2, 2012 11:37 am
I have a few questions about Trade Mavens that will no doubt display my naiveté regarding trading options. Since you folks are rating this service so highly you can probably answer them in a flash. 1. Is the “Trade School” info only what I find on the link on the front page, or is this just a taste of what I get as a subscriber? 2. What does “RUT” stand for? I see it’s used to represent the underlying security in all of their examples. 3. Do you auto-trade or await their emails? What if you miss an email? 4.… Read more »
David Blair
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David Blair
September 13, 2012 4:39 pm

@Praveen
Thanks for your comments. I will have a bit of cash to manage later this year and I may make Trade Mavens a part of the strategy. Just curious, does it change your opinion on them after the less than stellar September result from Trade Mavens? It appears they were down 32% in their most recent month.

Mihir
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Mihir
September 15, 2012 9:14 am

Is trademavens really that consistent with their returns? Ive emailed them with questions regarding verification of their trades and profits as they advertise on sites such ad Investimonials and profit.ly, but have not gotten a response. Also they are not registered with BBB. They have not verified their trades. They ave not verified their profits. Any reason not to have? Are they really legitimate or scam guys?

matrix
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matrix
December 6, 2012 10:01 pm
Tried trademavens for a month. Boy was that a mistake. First you should know they only have one trade per month – an iron condor. When you sign up you get nothing and don’t hear anything until the trade for the month comes out. When the trade comes out, it is released with no explanation, no market commentary, nothing. Trademavens only does iron condors which can be very good. However, they pick fairly tight ranges on their iron condor and as such can get into trouble easily, as did the trade they released in November 2012. Almost immediately the trade… Read more »
wookiee
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August 1, 2013 8:21 pm

I am/was a Trade Mavens member, my account was up $10,000 over 5 months and now it’s down $2,000. Their last email was 7/16/13, they haven’t updated their site with July’s loss. Only a mention that they’re having email problems, they haven’t responded to any of my emails or contact forms. I’ll be canceling my subscription i the next couple of days.

jkfaust
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jkfaust
August 8, 2013 12:09 am
I highly recommend staying away from this newsletter. I signed up earlier this year, it was doing all right, up reasonable well. Went into the July trade, that was looking good, they could have closed it out early for a nice profit but they let it ride. It ends up in the money. OK, bad call, that will happen. What makes them unacceptable is that a they had some sort of problem with their email system and didn’t alert their subscribers on their exit nor was it autotraded out. I took a full loss, while they posted an 11% loss… Read more »
erikjfoley
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erikjfoley
August 21, 2013 1:49 pm

I had the same problem as the two reviewers below. I lost 100% of my investment when they claim their email server went down. They didn’t even bother to manually contact their subscribers. Funny, their payment processing server worked just fine. I will be contacting an attorney to discuss class action negligence and breach of contract claims.

tpstone
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tpstone
August 30, 2013 12:20 am
I had some good success with this service actually. They did have some issues with their email server in July but they updated members through the member area message page. On there, they posted their July exit trade and August’s entry trade when their host’s email server failed. I was autotrading then but with their updates, I was informed to manually submit the trades. They could not answer any emails during this outage but they fully answered my questions when they changed hosts and email servers. They told me that their previous server was a shared one and another domain… Read more »
wookiee
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September 5, 2013 8:17 am

Yes, they said that they were having problems. They didn’t say that they were not verifying orders sent to brokers. I started with $40,000 in FEB just after their 50% loss. was up to $50,000 until this ‘technical’ error. Then I was back to $9,9 00, how that equates to -11% is beyond my skills.

And to quote them, “Our messages do get published to our member’s area but since the email failed through our host server, our application stopped and did not continue to post to our member’s area. “

wookiee
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September 5, 2013 11:25 am

Sorry, typo!

That should be $39,900 not $9,900

tpstone
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tpstone
September 12, 2013 3:41 am

Your “quote” doesn’t make sense as I was able to view all of their messages in the member area during the outage. Maybe there was some issue when they answered your email but was since resolved? I can log in and see their recent messages.
Their August position earned a hefty 23% and the September position looks like it will do the same. Only 1 more week until it expires! I’ll post my results when it does but you’ll already see it on their site too.

wookiee
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September 12, 2013 9:01 am

No need to quote the word quote. I know what quote means and what I quoted speaks for itself. If you can’t make sense out of it, take it up with them, not me.

kp888
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kp888
September 16, 2013 2:03 pm
Looks like the NASDAQ is having software issues again. This is the 3rd time in one month’s time. If a system as sophisticated as the stock market has software glitches, I’m sure a small company like Trade Mavens could have them too. As a member during their email issue, I can attest to the fact that they did update their subscribers through their member pages. Maybe the rep was misinformed when they replied to Tony but I had no problems seeing their alerts and was able to minimize the loss on a position they had open at the time. Email… Read more »
erikjfoley
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erikjfoley
September 16, 2013 2:40 pm
Looks like a couple of posters below work for Trade Mavens. They are correct that during their email outage the trades were still posted on the members section of the website. What they do not tell you is that trade were ALWAYS sent via email. AND nothing was sent out telling people the email system wasn’t working. In other words, we had NO reason to even think of checking the members page for the trades, as we were all very accustomed to waiting for closing emails. Most of us lost 100% of our investment!!!!! DO NOT GET THIS SERVICE!
tpstone
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tpstone
October 13, 2013 6:37 pm

Just an update from my last post. The September trade did expire with the maximum gain of 22%! The October trade looks good with just one week to go.

billsmith
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billsmith
July 5, 2014 3:35 pm
This is a WARNING about Trade Mavens. Do not subscribe to this newsletter or follow their advice. I signed up in June and invested a significant amount of capital because of their alleged awesome returns for the past 10 months straight. They lost just under 100% of my money with their auto trade non-sense. They I emailed them and ask for an explanation and they said the call spread resulted in a 100% loss and those who participated in the put spread will see about an 88% loss. They said the average between the two trades is a 45.1% loss.… Read more »
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