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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Series 7 Class and Tutoring Long Island, NY

Series 7 Exam Custom classes, group tutoring and Private tutor or class available for Long Island Brokerage firms, groups or individuals studying for the Series 7 (or other FINRA Exams)

I am a trainer with American Investment Training and I conduct or can create custom in house private classes for the Series 7. This is available for Long Island firms or NYC 

No need to wait for an outside class. I can work around your schedule, keep you informed of every student and their progress. These can be complete classes or "brush up" tutor sessions for 2 or 20 people in your office. 

In house or on site training offers the best way to train your employees to ensure they pass the Series 7 exam as quickly as possible. 

This includes cram tutor sessions on certain topics. Some broker trainees need extra help on select topics that are on the exam ie: Bonds, Options or combination of topics. 

* Day time or Evenings. Weekends can be worked out as well if that is what you need. Long Island, Manhattan or other New York City areas. 

15 years experience and "no nonsense" approach. 

Reply or call/text to get more information or to simply explain what your situation and need is. All classes and group tutoring can be tailored for you. 

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Thank You,
Nick Hunter
American Investment Training
Hauppauge, Long Island New York

Monday, October 12, 2015

Option Spreads - Figuring Credit or Debit Spreads and Bullish Bearish

Spreads are a type of option strategy that involves the Buying and Selling of Calls (call spread) or Buying and selling of Puts (Put Spread). These strategies can be Bullish or Bearish.

If your overriding philosophy is a rise in the market, then you are playing a Bullish Strategy. If you Buy and Write call option contracts, if you are in a debit situation  - Where you spent more money on the option purchased than the income received on the one you are selling, it is a debit spread and you are Bullish


Buy 1 SFG JAN 40 CALL for $400   (bullish)
Sell 1 SFG JAN 50 CALL for $150    (bearish) 

Because the Buy Call side is bullish and the investor paid out a higher premium for that side and is in a debit of - $250 from the premiums - this is a BULLISH CALL SPREAD.

By doing a little reversal, we can create a total opposite approach and philosophy.

Buy 1 SFG JAN 50 CALL for $150  (bullish)
Sell 1 SFG JAN 40 CALL for $400  (bearish)

Now the investor has a Credit of $250, so the profit will be if both options expire. The credit amount equals the maximum gain for the trader. In order for both options to expire, he would need the market to decline as call options lose value or expire if the market declines enough.

This is a credit bearish call spread.

A Put Spread is the same concept, except the Buy Side of the Spread would be bearish, since when you buy a put - you want the market to decline.

Buy 1 TRO DEC 70 PUT for $600
Sell 1 TRO DEC 60 PUT for $100

The above is a debit spread. The debit being -$500. It is a Bearish spread since the Buy Put has a higher premium. The higher cost side always dominates. The debit is also the maximum loss.

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Friday, October 9, 2015

Binary Options Trading Help - Binary Signals Trade

Binary Options Are Making Traders Rich. American Investment Training Partners with a Pro Signals Mentor to Help you.

Binary Options are simply investments which you make based on whether the current price of an asset will rise or fall by the expiration time.
The reason binary options are so popular is because of their amazing payout amounts. You can generate up to 75% of your investment on every winning trade.
B.O.P.S. trading signals are the easiest to read and can make even the newest binary option trader successful.


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