Earnings Profit Alert is an investment advisory service delivered by Profits Run. The service focuses on trading the most popular stocks before and after earnings. Trade recommendations, which are made several times per week and in complete detail, come by way of extensive analysis and research – all of which gives short-term traders a winning edge in the fast-paced, take-no-prisoners world of directional options trading.
Guided by strict risk management rules, Earnings Profit Alert helps investors generate winning trades around the release of corporate earnings – transformative events that can often alter a stock’s destiny. Most trades, which typically last just 30 calendar days, seek to capitalize on the major moves that often precede or follow earnings announcements from the market’s top companies.
Because these stocks are hotly desired by investors, their options contracts are easier to work with. More importantly, plenty of “hype” is generated in the sessions before earnings are announced. Similarly, after earnings are public, stocks will often make an explosive move.
Potentially in either direction.
Also, thanks to the disruptive nature of earnings, many of the stocks traded in Earnings Profit Alert move independently of the general market. That means that even if equities are largely “treading water,” there are still some great opportunities to generate winning trades.
It also means that, due to just how quickly some stocks move near earnings, many investors can get burned if they’re not careful. Particularly when it comes to trading options, which have become notorious for their all-or-nothing profit potential.
But with Earnings Profit Alert, stocks are routinely checked, analyzed, and evaluated for new trading opportunities. Program members are told precisely which options to buy, when to buy them, and when to sell. The confusion and difficulty often associated with directional options trading is streamlined by the simple, yet robust rules of Earnings Profit Alert, which have identified countless pre and post-earnings “winners.”
And in addition to identifying which stocks (and options contracts) to trade, Earnings Profit Alert teaches its members how to become a successful short-term trader. These are techniques that can be applied to both IRAs and general brokerage accounts, so long as it involves using a low fee (or no fee), reputable broker.
Best of all? These strategies don’t require big accounts. For directional options trading, which leverages momentum – both up and down – to produce high profit potential trades, most brokerages require a balance of less than $1,000 to get started.
And though directional options trading can generate massive winnings, it can also be a little too risky for some investors.
However, Earnings Profit Alert uses several time-tested risk management rules to prevent losing trades from getting out of control. Not all trades will be winners (no trading system produces 100% winning trades), and being able to minimize losses is extremely important. New options traders can often drain their portfolios in a hurry, simply because they didn’t understand how to utilize risk management.
Earnings Profit Alert members, on the other hand, learn about risk management as part of the program’s extensive training materials, as well as specific trading strategies.
Members additionally are given access to trading “blueprints,” which serve as reference sheets for each and every recommendation made. They’re convenient outlines that can make placing trades nearly effortless, something members typically do several times per week.
Because when it comes down to it, trading should be easier, not harder. Life’s stressful enough as it is. Why make investing a stressful affair, too?
With Earnings Profit Alert’s common sense, yet sophisticated trading techniques, members can enjoy the best that directional options trading has to offer, while capitalizing on the momentum swings that accompany earnings season – often while the general market is “stuck” trading sideways.
All it takes is the ability to follow a few simple rules, which is a very small sacrifice to make compared to the immense profit potential that Earnings Profit Alert offers.