Skip Raschke has been with Options Profits since its inception 3+ years ago. He is a graduate of Gonzaga University. Prior to his Wall Street career in 1971, he was drafted by the New York Yankees as a pitcher. After a career-ending elbow injury he began his career on Wall Street in 1975 as a registered stock/options broker with Paine Webber. In 1982 he bought a seat on the Philadelphia Stock Exchange where for 10 years he was a registered options trader (a trading pit market maker).Expand

He later served as a registered Commodity Trading Advisor (C.T.A.), brokering a hedge fund. In addition he was a proprietary stock/options trader for Van Der Moolen. He can be found daily on OP, and, he can be reached at his website: The Stock and Options Trader's Daily (SOTDaily.com), an interactive website dedicated to intra-day stock market analysis as well as teaching the skills of trading the markets. His email address is: Skip@SOTDaily.comCollapse

A long call shooter on WEAT, expiring in October.
Try this GDX out-of-the-money, bullishly biased vertical call spread.
Consider this WFM put expiring in June.
Consider this WGO bullishly biased, at-the-money vertical call spread.

Intermediate Trade: Celgene Real Money Pro($)

I prefer a very short-term, out-of-the-money vertical call spread expiring in May.
I like this SLV bullishly biased, long shooter call.

Novice Trade: UNG Real Money Pro($)

I prefer a bullishly biased long call shooter.
Consider this BMY bullishly biased, near-the-money vertical call spread.

Novice Trade: Blackstone Group Real Money Pro($)

An in-the-money, BX long call shooter expiring in June.
Consider this DXD in-the-money, long call shooter.

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