Any thoughts on Chuck Hughes / Tradewins?

By subprime, October 1, 2014

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carol
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Chuck Hughes has several major complaints against him. Most people seem to lose money with his picks. Beware

CK
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So, if he’s so successful at trading, why is he a pitchman selling crap on the internet??

Bob
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Exactly! The answer is these so-called trading gurus are not using their miraculous strategies to make money. They know trading their own money is much too risky. They take in millions by hawking their advisory services, indicators, seminars, books, etc. Making a living by trading is very difficult which is why most people lose money. The only ones getting rich here are the gurus selling their useless “holy grail” systems.

choockd
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remember, trading always come with a risk, training have no risk, easy money in, potential of exponential grow in income! 🙂

Kk
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You are coorect….there is almost no new buys, just rolling current position WITHOUT regard to current market conditions….new members WI’ll looooooose thier money…..and his other sidekick andy chambers picks are as bad.

rtenney
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Most people think Chuck Hughes’s trading recommendations are too good to be true. The fact is they are too good for the run of the mill complainers and whiners and (I hate to use the word) – ‘losers’ that have made comments here. They come in every stripe, with every sort of reason to belittle his picks and methodologies. For instance, that he is rolling out trades with big built up profits from the past, and you are wondering why on earth would I go in now, the position is already up so much. Well, all I can say is,… Read more »
frank_n_steyn
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shill

Max
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No, it’s Chuck himself

johnkerttu
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2008 and 2009 happened a long time ago. If you had been smart enough to recognize a major sell off and the beginning of a recovery you too could be many times wealthier today. All you had to do was buy options in many companies that were never going to fail or go bankrupt. There were lots of $1 to $10 stocks to be bought in 2009. Why didn’t you do it? I listened to a lot of “Doom and Gloom Experts” and never got long and stayed long in anything. I missed the, 1987, 2002 and 2009, stock market… Read more »
Jack
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johnkerttu, At the end of the big correction ten years ago, YES I did buy, I bought with a vengence. In fact, I could not get GE after it bounced off $6 bucks. I was out of cash and I had to wait for more funds that were comming to me. I can tell you in truth, that GE from around ten bucks and PFE shares allowed me to pay cash for my retirement home near the end of 2014-begining of 2015 time frame. We “juiced” the returns selling OTM (Out of The Money) covered calls all the way up.… Read more »
Robert Seiden
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Ignore this guy. He works for Hughes. You can tell by his angry defensiveness. A real winner would be better behaved and polite. These guys are crooks. And they despise you. Don’t fall for this guy’s (rtenney) prattle. Disgusting rant by another Hughes employee.

buddfox
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rtennney – have you traded & made profits with the Chuck Advisory?. Budd Fox

Jack
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rtenney, I have to agree with you. I think a large number of folks DO NOT understand trend trading. An established trend may run for many months or even years.CH’s method sticks with the trend until there is a sell signal. I read complaints often on scam alert boards how there is a lack of new pics. I read complaints about how Chuck has been “in trades a long time, so why would I want to enter now?” They just do not get it, he rolls out profitable positions as a continuation trade. My gut tells me that most of… Read more »
Josh
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Hi Carol, Can you pl give some details? How long you tired his service? How many trades in total? Winners? Losers? Total cumulative % profit? Then it becomes easy to interpret your statement. Thanks.

Jacob
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No body can that answer that question. I have a trade guru out of 12 recommendations of the guru one will be a winner. You will lose on 11 trades. Most of the guru’s recommendations the premiums are more or less than $10.00. If you trade one lot of the gurus recommendations and make 100% profit; your gain is average $ 1000.00 while loosing $ 11000.00. that is a net loss of $10000.00 in 12 trades. I tried almost 3 t0 4 gurus and stopped trading options. With that $1000.00 I have, to spent on gurus pick I buy shares… Read more »
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MAT
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I tried so many different newsletters.Except 2 or 3 every thing is a money looser or no better than what the market gives.I have subscribed to 2 from Chuck Hughes. One recommends debit spreads deep in the money on high growth stocks like biotechs ,but you have to come out with a lot of premium and because these stocks are volatile sometimes they won’t come back up.So I didn’t like it. The second one is WCA which is actually a stock substitution method for “High Quality stocks and ETF .Deep in the money calls are purchased 1-2 months and rolled… Read more »
Sandy
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Mat, do you place stop losses on trades that you let run like this? If so, where? I’m constantly being stopped out.

wiedem
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Ah , I got suckered into this one – Chuck Hughes – Wealth Creation Advisory Service. Simply continuously rolling over the options . Here’s the fine print on the home page. ============================================================= Contact Wealth Creation Alliance Support Call us anytime. Our experienced staff will be glad to assist you. We look forward to hearing from you! Chuck Hughes 225 Crossroads Blvd #201 Carmel CA 93923 Email: support@ChuckHughesWCA.com Phone 1-831-622-9644. Option and stock investing involves risk and is not suitable for all investors. Only invest money you can afford to lose in stocks and options. Past performance does not guarantee future… Read more »
WAYNE
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Chuck Hughes is a joke, all he does is brag about what he has done, (if it’s really true) he never gives any information that will help an individual be successful in the market.

johnkerttu
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He was an airline pilot… So, of course he is smarter than most people. He spent half of his life flying above the masses of people stuck on the ground. Right Chuck?

bajapete
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I called Hughes Optioneering Weekly Option Advisory 866-661-5664 today 10/1/2015. A gentlemen named Nathan said the minimum subscription is for one year at a cost of $5,000 and for two years its $7,000. Needless to say I did not subscribe.

flyrod731
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Latest pitch is “6-Minutes to 6-Figures Program” Options trading – 6 months $997.00. Guarantee $100K profits in 6 months or your money back. Sounds too good to be true. Probably is. Anyone with current experience with this service?

hones720
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Flyrod731:
Reread the “guarantee”. It says he (Chuck Hughes) will make at least $100,000, not the investor (“I will make at least $100k using this system…). So there is no guarantee of income.

Cauldie
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AIM ‘6-Minutes-to-6-Figures’ (AIM 6×6) detailed trade instructions, which I’m going to send you by email… Are guaranteed to produce potential profits totaling at least $100,000 over the next 12 months…

[ “$100,000 Performance Guarantee” Logo here]

Otherwise, I’ll return every penny you paid to join my AIM Cash program… But you will return nothing!

dickco
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I subscribed with a $10,000 cost, then aQuit having lost more than half my investment. Hughes is a persistent liar!

jubilee
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Check out http://www.chuckhughes.com and also http://www.worldcupadvisor which claims Chuck has won several trading awards/ competitions. I did buy a dvd and book of his once. Once Chuck was using the New Mexico marketing company, http://www.marketauthority.com, as were several others. I don’t like the emphasis on sales in the entire industry – why not emphasise performance, real trades, honesty and openness?

Raffaele Guerrera
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Pls be careful with his strategies he never mentions when he makes the trade so you never know his timeline. Anyone that knows option will tell u that time is very important. The more time you have the greater the cost and if the stock stays flat you lose the total investment.

Jack W
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Raffaele, have you actually read any of the Chuck Hughes “optioneering” materials? Most of the Hughes option stratiegies are based on DTIM (Deep In The Money) options that have little time value. It is true you begin to lose if the underlying goes against you but he also issues a stop loss for that. In one of his methods, he locks in a profit by adding puts once there is a profit in the long calls. Man, you are simply NOT purchasing much time value with the Hughes methods.

Greg Schwartz
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I’m an experienced options trader but one thing I noticed right off the bat in his intro video (the 15 min. video) is that this nutcase is buying options with LESS THAN A WEEK (in most cases) until EXPIRATION…VERY RISKY!! One example he shows buying HD Feb 2012 call options with 4 DAYS LEFT!! That is INSANE. All good traders know, the safe, higher probability options are deep in the money and thus are MORE expensive and you only look for profits around 20-30% (any more is just icing on the cake). I completely disagree with what I saw in… Read more »
Bill
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Greg, would like to talk to you, I like trading deep in the money more often than not 1 delta’s and I do not like a wide spread between the bid and the ask. I was just looking at stocks with large drops today and did some on AMD with thoughts that it will pop back up some tomorrow. Could be an interesting day tomorrow with the bombs dropping in Syria tonight. I know it has been a while since you posted this but hope you get this message.

Chuck
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Bill, I would like to talk with you. As a newbie, the vast majority of options tactics that I have been learning about focus on OTM spreads. Except for Chuck Hughes, the only ITM spread I encountered is a so-called “in/out” debit spread (e.g. buy a call at one-strike ITM, sell another at one-strike OTM). But Hughes talks about spreads that are VERY deep ITM, and BOTH the short and long legs are deep ITM. You say you like trading deep ITM … could you point me to any material or content about that? Thanks in advance!
james
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Dear Chuck, the best way to learn is to do some paper trading / experimenting on your own ! You will figure it out man ! best of luck to you

johnkerttu
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Some of us are too dumb to learn by sim trading. we need the experts help.

user_id
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I get bored trading with paper. Only when my money is really at stake, does it keep my interest. But that’s an expensive way to learn!

Jack W
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Greg, I notice your post is from more than one year ago. Hope you see this or at least my response will benefit others. I live in the Philippines and rarely order anything that needs shipping. I did order some Hughes “optioneering” materials in electronic PDF form for my wife. Chuck Hughe’s original core strategies are long term trend following either with stocks or with options. Nothing like what you describe. I do know he has six or seven strategies he sells these days for trend following and income generation. I believe one system is using WEEKLYs to generate income.… Read more »
Don Linton
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I just viewed Chucks 45 min videos showing deep ITM options and his strategy of locking in a 30% profit with an ATM put likely same expiration (strangle). They must have read Greg’s post and are following his strategy now go figure. If you have any experience you should be able to do this without paying out $5K USD. The weekly options are only for those who use them as a day trade and you have a system. Is Chucks system better, I doubt it as by the time you get the trade emailed to you the robots have moved… Read more »
Richard Krug
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The site I will recommend to you is not a trading site but rather an Elliot Wave site. I have found it, over the last 8 years or so, to be the best way to get a sense of which direction the market is going in the long run, the intermediate run, the short run, and the very short run. You’ll have to learn Elliot Wave Theory in order for it to make sense, however. You can do that from Bob Prechter’s book, The Elliott Wave Principle. Unfortunately, however, Prechter is horrible at applying the EW principle to real markets,… Read more »
Richard Krug
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Tony Caldaro also offers lots and lots of free charts

MarketStalker
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I saw an ad for Chuck service today. Glad I did a little research into the service here, thanks for the comments. Was wondering why there was no price, but only had a place for me to put my phone and best time to call.

Pamela Johnson
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Please provide the link to the 122 page ebook you mention or email to me. Thanks, Pamela

Bill Berry
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What airline did he fly for? I can’t find anything proving his claim ?

user_id
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I saw the picture of him in the pilot’s seat, and it looked like a smaller plane, not a big jetliner. Not that that necessarily means anything.

James Keiser
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I joined the ” inner circle” and have in 4 months NOT MADE 1 PENNY. A complete losing scheme. I was solicited after looking at their site but really got pushed hard by their salesman. The salesperson even inferred that if it didnt work for me that i could receive a refund for the first year. It made sense to me with respect to the refund because the others that i had tried had all given refunds – cheerfully. That was an outright lie. You dont get refunds as i asked for it 2 months into the program and had… Read more »
johnkerttu
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This is what the investment service will tell unsatisfied customers.
“All your losses are your own fault”
“You have to expect some losing trades”
“The winners will make up for those losers”
and “Money management is mportant”
as long as you don’t run out of money first. LOL

Robert
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I just had to do a little research to get behind the hype. It’s like nearly all other investment how to’s. Some lucky people may hit the lottery, most will only lose their hard earned money. Beware people, of claims to quick and easy riches.

Aranhas
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I am a multi-millionaire from flipping apartment buildings. I started with NOTHING and built my estate over 12 years after spending the first half of my life working in HR. Retired at 49. I would NEVER tell anyone what I know. I trained my two sons to follow after me and I work with them almost daily. They are not allowed to give anyone my proprietary software or trading strategies. If everyone knew what I know, I couldn’t make a dime. If someone is making the money this guy and the other “gurus” claim to be making, why aren’t they… Read more »
Grandmaster Slam
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Yup. If you have something really really good, you would NEVER tell anyone anything about it. Frankly, you would lie, obfuscate, and misdirect to protect it. I bought the book. Now I am getting ‘sold’. And believe me, they want my money. And it’s not just some ‘free’ book. You all do know that options ‘systems’ have been around, and have been losing money, but making money selling ‘the system’, since the ’80’s that I personally know of, right? I have to call this a scam. But I have no direct evidence. But if you want to do real work,… Read more »
Bri
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Multi millionaire? What r u doing here then on a trading forum ya whacky ass! lol. Looking at these reviews, i won’t be looking at Chuck and crew.

Bill
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I, like Grandmaster am in somewhat a similiar situation. I am here looking because of setting on cash that I want to invest in the market with hopes of getting more good returns. Nice to not have all your eggs in one basket. I am prepared to hit the real estate hard if and when these markets fall like a rock and the opportunities are everywhere because most will be too scared and unprepared to pick up all the gold nugggets laying all over the place. Amazing how few people do not have the ability to prepare for times like… Read more »
Richard Krug
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You already missed the real estate crash and the stock market crash. If you knew anything about historical cycles which repeat themselves, you might understand that we are at the very beginning of serious boom times for the economy, to include real estate and the stock market.

Think about the economic boom in America that followed the end of WWII. That is where we are at again now.

Don Linton
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Yeh I agree my fishing buddy is on a cruise around South America with his new wife and he too is a real estate funded multi millionaire and knows how to have a good time.

Bob
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Exactly – Chuck Hughes (and with few exceptions, all these so-called expert traders) makes money by hawking his advisory services. For exactly the reason you stated – if he had come up with a high probability options system that made high returns consistently, why would he want to share it with anyone? That would risk ruining his system. Chuck is a very good salesman and knows enough about options trading to put together very convincing videos. Of course, you never know if these trades were ever taken and if any of his subscribers ever got into any of them, and… Read more »
Richard Krug
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At some point, if you know how to do something well, you have to share it. That’s how the universe works.

Don
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