The Dr. Stoxx Options Letter is the #1 ranked service on Marketfy! Daily market and options trades, with exact entry and exits. FREE Options 101 Webinar for all subscribers. Trade types include: straight calls and puts, naked puts, covered calls, and index credit spreads. Perfect for those new to options.
So far so good. Dr. Stoxx is prompt, informative, creative and very attentive. thank you!
I do not leave reviews that often, but I have never seen returns like this before in my account. His work is amazing and recommend it to anyone who's serious about investing.
Dr Stoxx is the real deal. Great customer service and even greater returns.
So far I have profitted from his recommendations!
Since becoming a member I have only made 1 trade and it was very profitable. One scale of 1-5 with 5 being the highest I rate it an 5. I'm a happy member and will welcome more trades. Hope to be a long time member. Thanks, Doyle Rate it a 5.
Only been a member of Dr Stoxx's option letter for a week now but it has already proved to be both a profitable and educational experience. I was attracted to the site after reading Dr Carr's Trading for a Living book which impressed me greatly and I look forward to improving my knowledge through being a member of his options trading site.
I am an experienced options trader but Dr. Stoxx provides me with excellent market advice and gives me trade ideas that I would not have thought about otherwise. I highly recommend his teaching and technical/fundamentals based trading. If anything, I would like to see more vertical spreads (my favorite).
Great product, attention to detail, great strategies. Just follow the instructions and you can't go wrong.
I am new, but so far, it's an exciting newsletter. There are many trades and easy to understand.
Good one... But there are some picks with no stop , incurs Max loss (short selling puts)
seems timely - excellent assessment of market timing and conditions
I think it's great (have seen it for 3 days now) but I seem to get it late in the day. Are these alerts ever issued in the morning?