About Us

About

The Option Fundamentals team has been successfully trading options for over 30 years, and trade using unique fundamental indicators of advancing stocks. We have traded successfully in Bull and Bear markets. The Options we research must meet the strict guideline indicator filters that we have developed over the years. ( Please READ our Disclaimer notification for further information )
Why Option Fundamentals?
We are unlike most Option Alert or newsletter subscriptions services. As stated above, we use unique fundamental indicators for most of our notifications. We will occasionally send notifications of low time value options (if we feel there are positive indicators showing a possible rapid change in the stock price) but we do not specialize in this type of strategy,whereas several subscription services only use this strategy.Most of our notifications will have plenty of time remaining, so no need to stress. Our past performance shows numerous trades that closed in 2-9 days, but others can go 21 days or longer.

Advantages
Our focus is on single-leg call / put trade alerts, with a HIGH % winning history and options with a stock price above $25 minimum. We look at sound fundamentals, channel breakouts, heavy volume, Relative Strength, Crossovers, Sector Strength, Moving Averages, Accumulation/Distribution and Earnings reports, to name just a few. We do all of the work, scanning, researching and filtering thousands of Option opportunities daily. You will receive your trade notifications via Twitter, Email and SMS, the trade notifications will also be posted in the members only section of our website. SMS notifications are for domestic (USA members ONLY). Each Option notification will contain a suggested Entry Price, Exit Target and a Stop-Loss, along with notes in regards to that specific notifications current market conditions.
You will receive update notifications if we see unusual activity or drastic market changes for specific options. After a position is closed, we will post the closed results along with a chart that reflects entry and exit notations on the performance page.

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