Our Next Trading Tactic Has “Eyes” for a Double

Today I’ve got something new…

Something I haven’t discussed with you yet.

But I want to share it because what I’ve found using my newly developed trading tactic is showing me huge gains in a surprising stock, and it’s going to pop right in time for the Fourth of July fireworks.

So with June now in full swing, let’s focus our “eyes” on it now…

A Fourth of July Rally is Ahead

Thanks to an algorithm contained in my proprietary trading tool, I have developed a “Third Eye” for my analysis, and it’s leading me to some very exciting opportunities.

The algorithm can look back day-by-day at up to 18 years of market data for the most popular stocks and ETF’s.  That’s over 1 million calculations a day.

The algorithm tells me based on past history the BEST day to enter and exit any stock or ETF, ranked by historical accuracy and average move during its timeframe!

It’s a virtual crystal ball on the market that I call The Money Calendar, and it’s so incredible, I had to immediately file for, and receive a US provisional patent.

Now I am not here to gloat about the Money Calendar, or even offer it for sale.  It’s not for sale, anywhere!  BUT I am bringing this up to highlight an interesting pattern that is turning the corner this week… in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NyseArca:SPY).

You see, for the past number of years after we exit Memorial Day and head into mid-July the US stock market gets an historical lift.

There are very few corporate earnings reports that come out, and even Washington gets quiet.

So how good is this summer SPY pattern?

Take a look at the chart below. It represents the last 5 years of data over the period, and the Money Calendar drilled into a 27 day pattern that netted $22.78 of profit over the period.

That’s an average of over $4.50 of profit during each 27-day period.  To give you an idea of what this does for the overall market, $4.50 SPY points is equal to $45.00 S&P500 points.  (The SPY trades at 1/10th the S&P500)

This equates to about 400-500 DJIA points.

What I am saying is that it’s a pretty big deal…

Now let’s take a look at the next two charts, which shows 1) the gains (in green) for the last 5 years during each of the 27 trading days, and 2) the OHLC chart from 2014, showing the 27-day move from start to finish.

Notice how it moves, with higher lows and higher highs… like watching summer grass grow.

It’s boring and slow…but boring works in trading.

So how do you spice up a boring and slow pattern like the one we see before us?

It’s easy with options!  Lets take last years SPY pattern, and see what would have happened by applying a simple call option to it….

The Low-Risk Way to Gain 78% on Your Money

Remember, a call option is like renting a stock.  You don’t actually own the stock; you have the right to own it at a set price for a set period of time.

Typically, option traders like to sell that right for a higher price to someone else rather than exercise the right and physically take the stock.

So let’s look at how the pattern we found played out last year assuming we use options to make our trade.

Keep in mind the pattern is from the 2nd trading day in June, to the 10th trading day in July.

I set the date back to June 2, 2014 and I will look at the July Options, as they don’t expire until the 3rd Friday in July, offering plenty of time for my pattern.

Here’s one option example during this time frame:

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On June 2nd, the July SPY 190 calls were trading at a mid-price of $4.30 per contract.  That’s $430 for a contract as one contract buys 100 shares.

Now let’s fast forward to the options expiration, a few days after the pattern completed…

As you can see, on July 17th 2014 the SPY 190 calls were now showing a profit of $337 per contract, equating to a 78% return.  Compare that to the SPY itself, which moved up a maximum of 5 points between the low to the high during the pattern.

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Which would you prefer?

A $5 return on a $195investment?


A $3.37 return on a $4.30 investment?

You’re starting to get the picture.

Options, when used properly in short-term trades as well as long-term investments aren’t risky.  In fact, they can offer lower risk, higher reward scenarios, and when timed right also give you a built in exit strategy.

Here’s to June!

Until next time,
Tom Gentile

Tom Gentile

America’s #1 Trader

15 Responses to “Our Next Trading Tactic Has “Eyes” for a Double”

  1. Hi Tom

    Thanks for the wonderful work that you are doing in helping us better our incomes with options plays. However while I really enjoy reading and following your emails and recommendations, I find it hard to execute your recommendations because I am relatively new in the options trading space. The main reason for that is because I think the instructions on the actions to take are not very clear for me. It would help us all a great deal if you for example, at the beginning and end of each email recommendation you send say something like:
    Buy/Sell to open June 2nd SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NyseArca:SPY) Call options at the market (or not)with a strike price of $190, Symbol SPY150602C00430000 at $4.30 or better. This order is good till cancelled. Plus perhaps a little advice on how much one should invest i.e 1,2,10 contracts and so on. I do not know if I am making sense out of this. I do not even know if the Options symbol above is correct but it would go a very long way for us all especially newbies. I am always looking forward to receiving your emails and recommendations. A few changes to some of those suggestions would be very highly appreciated.

    Thanks Tom and hoping to hear from you soonest on this.

    Best Regards


  2. It would be great to have an instruction on what action to take on the options recommendations on the emails you send us. I had sent a more detailed email earlier touching on this. I hope you got it.

    Kind Regards


  3. Hello Tom: I have waiting for you to give out your options recommendations for a couple on months now. I read your info but cannot make any sense of it. Can you just give out your reco’s in a straight like AAPL July i7th 95 call @ 2.00 or less. Plain and simple, then give the justification why this is your best pick. I believe when I subscribed to your e-mail letter that you were going to do this for free. A favor of a reply will be appreciated.

  4. Hi Tom,
    Thanks for sharing your idea. Could you be more specific with regard to this year’s option trade? That would be great.
    I am not that experienced. I guess, we are talking about the SPY JUL 17 ’15 call option, but at what share price (e.g., 212 or 213 USD)? I can see an delayed option price of 1,39 USD for the 212 option. What option price is still reasonable? Where would you set a buy limit?

    Thanks in advance!

  5. Hello Tom, As a new subscriber, I seem to be missing where to go to get current recommendations. I thought email alerts where sent out. What do I need to do to get the recommendations?

  6. Hi Tom
    Thank you so much for your service.
    I joined Money Calendar alert today however I do not see a SPY trade there and after reading this article “Our Next Trading Tactic Has “Eyes” for a Double” I would expect a recommendation.

  7. Tom-if we buy a call option do we have to put out the money to buy 100 shares of that stock? Also, if we buy a put and the stock goes down, do we have to buy the number of shares of that company or do you get out of the contract before it expires?

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