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Sunday, May 05, 2013

Consistent Profits

Investors want consistent profits. Well, do we have a trade for you. And, as an extra bonus, Flash Crashes have no effect upon this strategy.

We have found that a spread trade where the MidCap Index (S&P 400) is bought and the LargeCap Index (S&P 500) is sold short, one contract per side, has yielded a gross profit of $47,445.50 over the past nine years with just one minor loss during that entire stretch. It's all in spreading, a strategy that floor traders have used for many, many years to “bring home the bacon.”

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Oh, we should mention that the exchange margin requirement for this position is just $1,650.