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REAL TIME Alerts – Swing Trading Portfolio Updates – Mar 22, 2020

TO RECEIVE REAL-TIME ALERTS – you can email info@thetradingbook.com with your name, the email address that links your membership to THETRADINGBOOK.COM and the number you’d like us to text trades to you right after they occur.

We are up another 1600 after a very quiet February. Volatility has caused us to slow the amount of trades we have been taking

PROFITS FROM INCEPTION OF THIS PORTFOLIO – ALL ALERTS AND EXECUTIONS IN REAL TIME– UPDATED MONTHLY – We are up $13929.5 since Aug 2019 from our initial investment of 10K (we added another 12K when we shorted DIS to create enough for a margin portfolio) 

Please login for the details of the transactions for the month

Here is the official link from the CBOE for understanding and trading options. Please refer to it if you are having any issues with the trade executions. Or if you would like to understand them more completely

AGAIN, We are now equipped for real-time alerts. So send your text number to us via email to info@thetradingbook.com with your US/Canada cell number and REAL TIME in the subject line

IF YOU ARE AN INTERNATIONAL MEMBER, PLEASE GET A NUMBER FROM GOOGLE VOICE AND WE WILL SMS TO YOU THAT WAY.

Below you can see the newest link for the trade calendar

3-22-20 TRADE CALENDAR.xlsx

A few notes -The wild swings in the market have brought us to look at things on longer timelines and the one thing I would like to urge is that you have patience. Several of our long terms holds have sold off dramatically but we are expecting a rebound in the future. Although I know many of us want to participate in the savage swings, the timing of such things makes participation very difficult without members experiencing slippage. And I do not want to have this happen to us.

With the failure of a large fund on Friday, we may see more fall out, but as the dust continues to settle we will find out way back up and will be able to participate in some extraordinary value events.

Our activity will increase in due time but for now, we shall behave as prudent investors, stepping in where value shows up and as volatility declines.