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Best Short-Term Trade
September 2nd, 2004

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For this "Best trade", "Buy QQQ Put #1" is opened
in order to close it later with profit if the index moves in our favor.
 

NASDAQ 100 Indicator
Nasdaq 100 stock chart

S&P 500 Advance/Decline Volume Ratio
Nasdaq 100 stock chart

If one of your trades has not yet been terminated (by the time you report it as a "Best Trade), should I try to follow it?

Our "Best Trade" feature is designed primarily to teach you how to use our volume indicators. We do not wish to suggest that you should mimic these actual trades, even if they are still open. Only follow an open trade if you are aware of the risks and if you have access to real-time intraday volume charts (you can get these from www.MarketVolume.com). Whether or not we leave a particular "Best Trade" open is always contingent on our volume indicators. For logistical reasons, we cannot always send our newsletters out the same day we close a specific trade. Even if we could, it would often be too late for you to establish a position, since the market can reverse with very little or no notice following a significant volume signal. For these reasons, we strongly advise you against following an open position on our "Best Trade" feature. Should you wish to do so regardless, please assure that you have access to real-time intraday volume charts.

In the following, we would like to show you the motivating factors that led us to take above trades. For this purpose, we have created what we call a 'Table of Trade Motivators':
 
Trade Volume Motivation
Buy Put#1
09/02/2004
Left Opened
The market's advance began to accelerate throughout the latter half of the afternoon, but in doing so it also caused the market to produce a large amount of selling volume to the upside. This large selling VMA surge to the upside came to a peak at 15:15.  At the end of the day the market also produced a moderate buying VMA surge to the downside.

These are the trades which netted the returns shown above:


Date
Trade Strike Expiration Contracts Contract
Price
Amount Profit
09/02/2004 Buy Put #1 $35 Nov. - QQQWI 75 $1.5 -$11250  

Total:

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2004
Date Indicator
March 14, 2006 QQQQ Options
March 10 2006 Trading QQQQ
October 12, 2004 Options Trading
September 25, 2004 QQQQ Options
September 18, 2004 QQQQ Options Trading
September 10, 2004 QQQQ Options
September 9, 2004 Trading  Options
September 7, 2004 QQQQ Trading
September 2, 2004 QQQQ
August 31, 2004 QQQQ Options
August 19, 2004 QQQ
August 18, 2004 Options Trading
August 15, 2004 QQQQ Options Trading
August 5, 2004 QQQQ Options
August 3, 2004 QQQQ
July 31, 2004 Trading QQQQ Options
July 21, 2004 QQQQ Options
July 14, 2004 Trading QQQQ
July 13, 2004 Options Trading
July 1, 2004 QQQQ Trading
June 23, 2004 QQQQ Options
June 20, 2004 Options Trading
June 6, 2004 QQQQ Options Trading
May 30, 2004 QQQ Options
May 25, 2004 QQQ Trading
May 20, 2004 QQQQ Options Trading
May 16, 2004 QQQ
May 12, 2004 Options Trading
May 09, 2004 QQQQ
April 29, 2004 QQQQ Trading
April 22, 2004 Options Trading
April 18, 2004 QQQQ Options Trading
April 10, 2004 QQQQ Options
April 6, 2004 S&P 500 Options
March 28, 2004 Options Trading
March 14, 2004 QQQQ Options
March 7, 2004 QQQQ Options Trading
February 29, 2004 Options Trading
February 22, 2004 QQQ
February 15, 2004 QQQQ Trading
February 8, 2004 QQQQ
February 1, 2004 Options Trading
January 25, 2004 QQQQ Options Trading
January 18, 2004 QQQQ
January 12, 2004 QQQQ Options

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