Trade Selection Process Produces
Over all $5.9 Million in Actual Profits could be yours!!!!

Real Time Profit Results

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Open Trade Profit Results
As of June 1, 2016
Portfolio Profit Percent -Loss Return
Dividend Portfolio $171,364.70 189.6%
Microcap Profit Alert $58,338.40 204.3%
Put Option Portfolio $141,704.00 171.1%
Buy Write Portfolio $213,273.40 132.4%
Option Spread Portfolio $207,775.00 137.5%
Option Portfolio $138,874.00 125.8%
Stock Portfolio $163,472.85 226.6%

TOTAL PROFIT $1,094,802.35
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Closed Trade Profit Results
Month Profit Percent -Loss Return
May 2016 $14,685.00 65.2% April 2016 $15,634.00 31.5% March 2016 $21,713.00 29.4% February 2016 $11,241.09 38.3% January 2016 $45,647.32 21.1%

December 2015 $33,200.00 152.8% November 2015 $0.00 0.0% October 2015 $0.00 0.0% September 2015 $40,783.10 32.5% August 2015 $53,298.00 36.7% July 2015 $12,480.00 77.5% June 2015 $15,120.00 96.4% May 2015 $13,900.00 200.3% April 2015 $16,447.00 24.7% March 2015 $11,870.00 111.4% February 2015 $12,768.00 62.7% January 2015 $17,586.66 128.6%

December 2014 $21,306.00 129.8% November 2014 $25,559.90 240.7% October 2014 $16,107.00 50.2% September 2014 $23,400.00 121.8% August 2014 $0.00 0.0% July 2014 $11,880.00 36.0% June 2014 $15,001.00 1,395.1% May 2014 $17,910.00 143.7% April 2014 $18,188.30 148.5% March 2014 $22,723.60 36.0% February 2014 $22,155.40 79.8% January 2014 $18,575.59 41.4%

December 2013 $23,397.48 62.5% November 2013 $20,561.00 60.7% October 2013 $21,859.00 152.3% September 2013 $43,592.40 82.2%
August 2013 $17,287.55 129.5% July 2013 $15,677.60 370.6% June 2013 $20,320.75 39.5% May 2013 $18,996.00 34.7% April 2013 $18,117.85 103.1% March 2013 $22,276.00 367.4% February 2013 $20,137.90 414.2% January 2013 $27,005.20 644.5%

December 2012 $1,705.00 207.9% November 2012 $58,750.90 110.3% October 2012 $22,398.20 191.5% September 2012 $38,892.20 455.9% August 2012 $0.00 0.0% July 2012 $0.00 0.0% June 2012 $18,406.00 31.9% May 2012 $24,652.00 17.9% April 2012 $21,416.40 33.9%
March 2012 $23,955.00 46.2% February 2012 $24,109.40 82.0% January 2012 $53,100.52 54.4%

December 2011 $37,419.30 28.7% November 2011 $34,737.40 24.2% October 2011 $29,158.40 20.9% September 2011 $32,432.00 22.9%
August 2011 $42,393.22 10.9% July 2011 $44,398.10 82.1% June 2011 $34,486.10 22.8% May 2011 $26,603.61 20.0% April 2011 $45,023.60 77.2% March 2011 $40,238.25 33.4% February 2011 $20,812.75 19.8% January 2011 $107,318.00 45.2%

December 2010 $67,039.00 51.4% November 2010 $53,983.36 69.1% October 2010 $31,044.05 39.6% September 2010 $12,540.42 34.2%
August 2010 $12,681.18 29.4% July 2010 $7,970.30 50.8% June 2010 $12,665.00 67.2% May 2010 $7,750.00 26.5% April 2010 $33,010.00 45.7% March 2010 $24,875.00 52.7% February 2010 $22,854.00 32.9% January 2010 $54,080.00 37.2%
TOTAL PROFIT $1,941,307.35

I use a three step trade selection process to find stocks and options with the best profit opportunities:
1) Determine the price trend using the 50/100-Day EMA.
2) Confirm the price trend using On Balance Volume, the 52-Week New High List and Price Level
3) Select an entry point using the Keltner Channels.

This trade selection process has performed well during the recent volatile markets and uncertain economy producing $1,370,434.20 in current and recent profits. In addition to my current and recent profits my trade selection process produced $4,569,797.88 in actual profits over the past 26 years for a total of $5,940,232.08 in real time profits.

Click here to download copies of my tax returns and brokerage statements documenting this 5.9 million dollars of trading profits

Cash Dividend Strategy
I have found the cash dividend strategy to be one of the best trading approaches for current market conditions. The cash dividend strategy generates cash income from the sale of covered options. Many investors are not familiar with the concept of selling option premium to generate cash income. When you sell an option, cash is immediately credited to your brokerage account.

Selling options to generate cash dividends is very different than the traditional stock dividend strategy which requires you to own a stock for a year in order to receive a 4 percent or 5 percent annual dividend yield. Most stocks don't even pay a 4 percent or 5 percent annual dividend. When you sell options, you can get paid up to a 20 percent to 30 percent cash dividend up front when the option is sold. You get to keep this cash dividend regardless of the price movement of the underlying stock.

Selling covered options can realistically produce a 20 percent to 30 percent or higher cash dividend that is instantly credited to your brokerage account when the option is sold. The key to selling option premium to generate cash income is to make sure the option you sell is covered.

There are two ways to implement the cash dividend strategy:

Purchase stock and sell a call option
Purchase a call option and sell a call option with a higher strike price to create a 
spread (put options can also be used)

Limited Risk Strategy
With both methods the short option is covered by owning the stock or owning a call option. Because the short option is covered this is a limited risk strategy. Receiving a 20 percent to 30 percent cash dividend reduces risk considerably. The cash dividend strategy incurs less risk than owning a stock or owning an option.
One of the big advantages of the cash dividend strategy is that it can be profitable if the underlying stock increases in price, remains flat or decreases in price. The cash dividend strategy can be traded in smaller trading accounts by using the second method mentioned above of buying an option and selling an option to create a spread.

Averaging More than $160,000 in Cash Dividends Per Month
Over the past three years I have collected more than 5.7 million dollars in cash dividends. This averages out to more than $160,000 in cash income per month.

High Accuracy
The cash dividend strategy incurs considerably less risk than other trading strategies and is ideal for current market conditions. The large up front cash dividend you receive can result in a high percentage of winning trades even if your market timing is not very accurate. I trade the cash dividend strategy in eight different trading accounts most of which are retirement accounts.

Average Cash Dividend of 41.7 percent
The copy of the brokerage account Profit/Loss Report below for one of my eight trading accounts shows my current cash dividend trades for that account. This account had a $311,878 starting balance when I initiated the current trades. I received a total of $130,060 in cash dividends for the current trades resulting in an average cash dividend of 41.7 percent for the portfolio. I reinvested the $130,060 in cash dividends I received in additional cash dividend trades allowing me to compound my trading results. This portfolio is widely diversified across many different industry groups. Even if every one of the underlying stocks in this portfolio declines sharply I can still realize a good return for the portfolio.

The average trade length for the trades in this portfolio is 4.3 months. I normally rollover my cash dividend trades at option expiration and initiate new trades allowing me to compound my trading profits. All of the trades in this portfolio are currently showing a net profit for the spread. Bearish cash dividend trades can also established by using put options. I traded bearish cash dividend trades during the last bear market in the fall and winter of 2008.

I also make cash dividend trade recommendations through my advisory services. There are currently a total of 58 cash dividend trade recommendations. 57 of these 58 trade recommendations are currently showing a net profit for the spread resulting in 98 percent accuracy.

On balance the cash dividend strategy strikes a good balance between risk and reward. When you receive up to a 20 percent to 30 percent or even higher cash dividend it reduces risk substantially and can provide consistent returns during any type of market. The high accuracy of the strategy demonstrates the versatility of the cash dividend strategy in producing profits during difficult market conditions.

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 results. The trade entry and exit prices represent the price of the security at the time the recommendation was made. GMA corporation trade record research does not represent actual investment results. Trade examples are simulated and have certain limitations. Simulated results do not represent actual trading. Since the trades have not been executed, the results may have under or over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors such as lack of liquidity. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown.