
Frequently
Asked Questions Q.How does OptionAll Trading work? A. OptionAll Trading uses an exact mathematical algorithm. You start by trading 5 stock option contracts. You must complete the trade from purchase to sale. If you have a profitable trade OptionAll will mathematically figure your next contracts amount to be traded on your next buy. If you have a loss OptionAll will calculate the size of the loss so that your next few trades will recapture this lossand then give you the proper amount of contracts to buy on your next trade. Q.Will the system make up a loss all on the next trade? A. No, the OptionAll Trading system calculates the loss and spreads it out over the length of the series. Q. What is a series? A. A series is a set of numbers we use to start the algorithm. Each trade will produce a profit or a loss, as a result of the outcome a calculation is performed and the series is adjusted. Each series will end producing a predictable profit. The algorithm is fully explained in the full version manual. Q. I have different size wins and losses, how do you know you will always be profitable at the end of a series? A. In a perfect world we would plan to make or lose a fixed amount of money. But this is not a perfect world, so OptionAll Trading makes adjustments to the series for any large unplanned losses. These sophisticated calculations guarantee aprofit at series end. Q. How much money do I need to trade with OptionAll Trading system? A. You can start with as little as $5,000 Q. I trade more than one position at a time. If I have to wait until I buy into a position and sell out of this position how can I trade more than one position? A. OptionAll Trading has what we call "Cycles". Each cycle has it's own series at work. So if you want to have more than one position open at a time, you simply would start a new "Cycle". e.g. You want to buy 3 option positions today.Your first buy will start Cycle 1.....your second buy will start Cycle 2..... your third buy will start Cycle 3..... and so on. 

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