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jedwards92886
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jedwards92886
December 16, 2019 2:14 am

I’ve got a couple of questions for subscribers to subscribers of Options Advantage. The comments below indicate that the rating for their performance should be one star yet they are rated 3.5 by 27 subscribers. What gives?
Thank You in advance and I subscribe to a couple of newsletters published bu Money Map Press if you have any questions regarding their services.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED TO OPTION INVESTOR? WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR RATE OF RETURN AND LASTLY APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY TRADES A MONTH DO YOU RECEIVE?

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Bob
April 6, 2021 1:46 pm
Reply to  jedwards92886

Zero risk management in place when a trade goes wrong – which happens regularly. Also, using a stretched RSI to justify getting into a call spread because a stock is “overbought&