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What services does OptionsNerd.com offer?

In additional to offering for FREE a wealth of options trading learning resources, currently OptionsNerd.com offers its powerful OptionMonitor options screening tools for option traders looking to find and analyze profitable equity, ETF and equity index option trades. To learn more about this new outstanding service, please visit our help section and our features page. This service is expanding, with many additional option screens and analysis tools currently in development.

Do you have managed account programs?

Yes, if you want your money managed for you professionally, we have some excellent managed account programs with proven, audited track records.

Do you offer professional option trading education?

Yes, OptionsNerd.com founder and professional trader, John Summa, offers small group seminars occasionally in different geographic locations. To view the latest offerings visit our seminar outline and info page.

Where can I learn more about John F. Summa?

John is an economist, money manager and technical analyst. He has published his option strategies in trading publications such asTechnical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, and in his recent books, Options on Futures: New Trading Strategies andOptions on Futures Workbook (John Wiley & Sons, 2001). John is currently completing work on a groundbreaking book on market sentiment, to be published in Fall 2004 by John Wiley & Sons. Trading Against the Crowd: Profiting from Fear and Greed in Stock, Futures & Options Markets will shatter some myths and provide some excellent new sentiment tools for better market forecasting. To read more about John, see about us.

How can I contact OptionsNerd.com or John F. Summa?

If you have a question about using OptionsNerd.com, or would like to ask John a question, please use our
contact form. If you are interested in opening a managed account, please call 1-802-846-7509 to request our starter kit. You can also visit John's money management website, Summa Capital Management, LLC

What is option selling or option premium selling?

When you sell an option, you receive a credit (premium paid by the buyer) to your account. If the option expires worthless, the premium is retained as profit. By selling instead of buying options, time value decay becomes your ally, not your foe. To learn more about this type of trading, register to receive John's FREE option spread trades, which he will send to you by email .

How much experience is required to trade options on futures?

A basic options understanding is all you need to begin to be able to trade options on futures. Of course, there is always substantial risk of loss trading options and futures, and trading should be conducted with risk capital only. Please be sure to read our full disclaimer.

Disclaimer: Transactions in options carry a high degree of risk. Purchasers and sellers of options should familiarize themselves with the type of option (i.e., put or call) which they contemplate trading and the associated risk. Selling ("writing" or "shorting") an option generally entails considerably greater risk than purchasing options. Although the premium received by the seller is fixed, the seller may sustain a loss well in excess of the that amount. You should calculate the extent to which the value of the options must increase for your position to become profitable, taking into account the premium and all transaction costs.


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