As we have stated in some of our prior analysis for published charts, trading shares of high-dollar stocks is a very inefficient means to profit from moves of the underlying. The chart shows some of the profits realized by utilizing our analysis for option entries and targets. The important aspect of option trading is not just knowing a reaction level, the correct strike price is crucial to maximizing profits.

P is the entry for a LT Option strategy put and the black 1900% is the gain for that particular option., a 2 month time-frame trade. The others are short term option trades, some front month, other weekly options. This is some of the trades, by no means all. No, there are no typos.

We have identified the latest ST Long that our clients were alerted to on 11/14, 2 days before the entry. Note the almost immediate reaction to the entry level. So far there has been a directional move of more than $85. The first target is shown on the chart.

MFA /MAE is a metric employed by most large trading firms and hedge funds to assign a drawdown-risk ratio to trades. In this instance the ration is 85/1.5 = 56.6. Simply put it shows that for every $ drawdown, the trade has been profitable $56.6. Another way to view it is that up to this point, the realized r/r ratio is $1 risk for every $56.6 profit.

Price reached the VAIS yesterday and has been stopped cold in it's tracks, so far. We have identified the first two targets.

Those who are long from the ST Long entry will be closely monitoring the price action today and wise traders/investors will have TRLSTPs in place to guard against any large retrace.

If you decide to short AAPL at this point, we have clearly identified the places at which reactions will take place and the levels that will be the determining reaction points from this entry and on this time-frame. Of course we are only showing some of the price levels, but certainly enough to profit handsomely.

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