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rsfarm
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rsfarm

Interesting concept but by the time the trade alert hit my phone or Inbox the price was above the recommended entry point.

Jessies
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Jessies

Let us know how your trades from her were making money or losing money? Or just impossible to get filled at reasonable price?

pbormann
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See my comment and experience above.

pbormann
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Same here . By the time the trade reco hits my in box the option has already jumped out of buy range. I had only one chance to place a trade out of 4 weeks and that one was a 40% loss. Claimed my refund. Not a viable service in my experience.

Dan Lobash
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Dan Lobash

As someone who is thinking of joining the 25 cent Trader, I would love to hear the reasons behind the ratings. This would help me to decide if I should get in and what , as a newbie to expect besides Nomi’s pitch.

Dan
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Dan

I took 3 trades in 3 weeks.. The first one was great, bought C Calls and made money. The second week, bought the .25 cent FB Call options and sold at .34 cents, not nearly as good as the first Citigroup trade, but still a profit. The 3rd recommendation was buying BABA Puts, I got in at .27 cts and sold at .14 cents, a loss of nearly 50%.. So 2 for 3 on the 3 reco’s. . You don’t make the thousands of $$ as advertised unless you buy 100’s of options, but I bought 20 to 40 options… Read more ยป

Dan
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Dan

In addendum to my previous post, today’s reco (Aug 5th) was to buy AMD Puts. . I just sold them an hour before the close for .21 cents for a .04 ct loss ๐Ÿ™ So of the 4 picks recommended since I signed on, Nomi Prins is only batting 50%.. She was right on the calls, but wrong on the Puts. I plan to try one more, and if its unsuccessful, that’s strike 3 and I’ll exercise the 60 day satisfaction guarantee. Actually, I think they offer a 90 day money back guarantee.

Larry Baggs
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Larry Baggs

You might want to focus more on the calls and less on the puts if these are your results.

Dave R
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Dave R

So far so good on the newsletter. Iโ€™ve recouped the subscription fees within the money back guarantee period. You need to have low option commissions and trade size

James W
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James W

Yesterday was a no entry, but I haven’t lost a trade yet with the service. I play very conservative though and set 20% limits.

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Dave R
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Dave R

I think the key is to remember that 100 contracts is only $2500. I set my size to 1000 or $25,000 per trade which is very reasonable.

Ron
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Ron

Dave, I am researching this offer before putting my money to purchase this service. That’s why I appreciate the input from folks like you who share their experience. What I didn’t understand in what you wrote in your feedback was the valuation of $25 per contract. I thought the contracts were 0.25 cents or less. You mentioned 100 contracts for $2500 & 1000 contracts for $25,000. Could you please clarify?

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parousia
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parousia

Ron:
An option is a contract for 100 shares of stock. A price quote of $.25 means per share, so each contract will cost $25.

Dave R
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Dave R

the multiplier on option contracts is generally 100. In order to make this newsletter work it is imperative to have low option commissions. If you’re paying $1 per contract you need to make at least $0.02 to break even

debrasch
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debrasch

I joined and my firsts 3 trades were all losses. Not impressed.

debrasch
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debrasch

Well, I thought I would give it one more try with today’s recommendation for MSFT. Nope, another loser! Definately not making that mistake again.

OSUfball
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So what is the special thing about placing the trades at 10am? What is Nomi Prins methodology behind her trades?

frank_n_steyn
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frank_n_steyn

Possibly she may be referring to what used to be called “amateur hour”, which was between 9:30 and just after 10 am. This occurred many years ago when humans were trading, rather than today’s robots doing most of the the trading. People used to watch TV shows like Wall Street Week and others, or read the financial columnists of daily newspapers, and they would call their brokers, and just set up trades at the open to buy “at market” on recommendations. This “amateur hour” up to 10 am, just might be what she is avoiding. And, again possibly, the 10… Read more ยป

drz
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drz

Very disappointed with this service. It launched without having all the educational videos in place, and my first placement was a loss due to misunderstanding. The second week was a loss because of what she recommended. Today when trying to implement what she recommended, 5 minutes after her notice the strike price had moved out of range.

Dave R
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Dave R

just for clarification. the author likely meant option or contract price not strike price. The strike prices are fixed. My experience has been markedly different