McBillion Earning Plays.

I am using my method to play earnings using straddles, strangles or just buying one direction on stock, calls or puts but I want to make it clear that there will be losing picks. In fact, my system is picking losers around 50% of the time. But if we cut them out early to minimize losses, and, at the same time ride winners to maximize gains, then we can achieve phenomenal results. A few losing picks in a row does not mean the McBillion Earning Plays is broken. Rather, it can take a number of trades for the averages to work in your favor.

McBillion method identifies those rare few stocks that are poised to beat earnings estimates. Companies that have positive earnings surprises tend to produce exceptional gains. However, while there will be some big winners, the real key is to rack up many small gains that add up over time.

The best results from this service can be obtained by following every recommendation, with equally proportioned amounts invested in each selection. Remember, this service is picking winners only around 50% of the time. But my winners have been bigger than my losers, which will be the catalyst for our future success. Picking and choosing among the selections is rarely successful and can be a form of Russian Roulette. By using all the strategy’s recommendations, you’ll reduce the volatility of its performance.

Here are a few rules that you can follow to further improve your returns:

First of all, don’t dump your entire portfolio into these Trader picks. Only allocate that portion of your capital that can be comfortably devoted to speculation. Dont Put all your eggs in one basket and I am not responsible for any loss.

This portfolio will typically hold 15-25 positions during earnings season. You should be able to sleep soundly and act rationally if you are only trading with your speculative money, remember Money management can be the difference between realizing large gains and going broke.

Golden Rules

1. Buy Position a few minutes before market close, not matter what.

2. Same amount of money on each trade, for example if you put $2000 on each trade put (short) or Calls (long) them if the trade is a strangle meaning we buy  puts and calls them $1000/ $1000 for a total of $2000

 
Company Date Time Play  Trade Profits
INTC 10/13 AMC Bearish Oct4 15 34.00 Puts +25%
NFLX 10/14 AMC Bullish Oct4 15 124.00 Calls -99%
MAT 10/15 AMC Bullish Nov 15 20.00 Calls +42%
CMG 10/20 AMC Bearish Oct4 15 630.00 Puts +20%
YHOO 10/20 AMC Bearish Oct5 15 30.00 Puts +20%
EBAY 10/21 AMC Bullish Oct5 15 23.00 Calls +140%
TXN 10/21 AMC Bearish Oct5 15 53.00 Puts -100%
MSFT 10/22 AMC Bullish Oct5 15 47.00 Calls +170%
P 10/22 AMC Bearish Oct5 15 20.00 Puts +340%
AMZN 10/22 AMC Bearish Oct5 15 477.50 Puts -100%
CAKE 10/26 AMC Bullish Nov 15 50.00 Calls -70%
AAPL 10/27 AMC Strangle Oct5 15 110 Puts and 120 Calls -45%
GILD 10/27 AMC Bullish Oct5 15 108.00 Calls -64%
TWTR 10/27 AMC Strangle Oct5 15 30 Puts and 32 Calls -62%
PNRA 10/27 AMC Strangle Nov 15 175 Puts and 200 Calls -16%
BWLD 10/28 AMC Bearish Nov 15 150 Puts +377%
BWLD 10/28 AMC Bearish Nov 15 155 Puts +270%
CRUS 10/28 AMC Bearish Nov 15(9) 27.00 Puts -30%
LNKD 10/29 AMC Bearish Nov 15(9) 180.00 Puts -100%
SBUX 10/29 AMC Bearish Nov 15(9) 64.00 Puts -37%
HLF 11/03 AMC Bullish Nov 15(9) 58.00 Calls -30%
TSLA 11/03 AMC Bullish Nov 15(9) 235.00 Calls +50%
TSLA 11/03 AMC Bullish Nov 15(9) 250.00 Calls +10%
FB 11/04 AMC Bullish Nov 15 105.00 Calls +90%
QCOM 11/04 AMC Bullish Nov 15 58.00 Calls -65%
DIS 11/05 AMC Bullish Nov 15 (15) 116.00 Calls  +15%
MNST 11/05 AMC Bearish Nov 15 (15) 122.00 Puts -90%
NVDA 11/05 AMC Bearish Nov 15 (15) 29.00 Puts -82%
GARN TOTAL  +579% Profits

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