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Kevin M. O'Brien
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Options trader full-time, author, owner of www.kevinmobrien.com, a subscription-based service. Born in Chicago. Follow many stocks in the tech, financial, and agricultural sectors. Trade daily with a 5 Technical Indicator Strategy I developed. Also trade debit spreads, strangles, and also hold... More
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Breakthrough: A Consistent Daily Options Trading Strategy For Volatile Stocks
  • My Book On Amazon.com, "Breakthrough: A Consistent Daily Options Trading Strategy For Volatile Stocks" Is Now Available Free For KDP Select Members 6 comments
    Jan 27, 2013 3:23 PM

    Hello everyone, I actually meant to do this from the beginning when it was first published, but somehow it was not enrolled in this program. Well, now it is, so if you are enrolled in KDP Select, it is free.

    I would also like to thank everyone who has purchased the book. I sincerely appreciate it.

    As always, please e-mail me if you ever have any questions regarding the strategy. I do try to answer all e-mail questions asap, but do get flooded sometimes. If do not respond within a couple of days, re-send the e-mail and I will reply back to you.

    Thanks again,

    -Kevin

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  • Hayday
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    I got your book from Amazon, and really enjoyed it. I don't have the time to do your daily strategy right now unfortunately since I have a day job, but I have been dipping my toes in your weekly strategies. I just made my first successful trade doing a reverse iron condor on VXX this past week (gain of 21% including commissions). Think I might open an account at Options House since the commissions on these RICs add up quickly.

     

    One question about the weekly RIC and neutral calendar spread strategies. Do you usually skip weeks with only 4 trading days like next week? Or does it depend on whether there is big news coming the next week like an announcement from Fed or earnings call?
    14 Feb 2013, 06:00 PM Reply Like
  • Kevin M. O'Brien
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    Author’s reply » Yes, OptionsHouse is much cheaper, but the execution is sometimes average at best at times.
    26 Feb 2013, 12:53 PM Reply Like
  • semsem24
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    Kevin,
    on execution , is different from one firm to another ?
    My understanding that it is computer machines and it is all even .
    please elaborate

     

    Thanks
    16 Mar 2013, 10:56 PM Reply Like
  • auinvestmentedu
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    I refer your book through my friend. The book is really informative and enjoying. I will personally get this Book, unluckily for some of the days I am too busy for my options trading, I must say you are just amazing.
    25 Apr 2013, 06:55 AM Reply Like
  • Peter Roth
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    Do you know if TOS, Optionsxpress or any other platform can provide alerts when all 5 signals are activated?
    24 May 2013, 05:50 PM Reply Like
  • kosmicmisfit
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    I just purchased the book.

     

    I wanted to to know if there are charts available of past actual trades so that I can see at what price the trade should be triggered and exited.

     

    Also what methodology do you use to compile the list of stocks that you track ie do you use a indicator to filter them?

     

    will continue to reading the book.
    14 Jul 2013, 08:31 AM Reply Like
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