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Debit Magic

Debit Magic

$1,499.00

Debit Magic was the first Strategy we developed for the Option Masters Group.  While more volatile than Credit Magic, Debit Magic is based on different Systems and has the ability to make high profits with high allocation, or steady profits with lower allocation.  For the curves presented to the right, allocation was set at just 5 contracts.

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DebitMagic

A wake up call on the potential of options…

Breaking the Strategy Performance Barrier!

Debit Magic is the first Strategy Suite we are delivering to the OptionMasters Group. 

Based on our early work in Debit Spreads  we developed three special RTM Strategies designed for this option method.

The example to the right uses a small trade allocation, but still averages 122% return over 5 years with average draw downs of
just 13% - a 10:1 Ratio.   

Because Debit Spread trades can cost as little as $50, it’s possible to trade them in a small account. This historical simulation shows a $10,000 account growing to over $250,000 in 5 years.

Doubles an Account Every Year

This historical simulation shows DebitMagic making an average return of 122% a year with Max Draw Down of just 13% - a 10:1 Ratio. 

Firing the Imagination...

We had to ask, “What if we increased allocation in an account using Debit Magic?”

Honestly, the result was pretty phenomenal. We’ve NEVER seen this kind of performance before in a small account. 

If it truly is possible for a Strategy to do this, it may make sense to open a small $10k “mad money” account and just let it go. Depending how aggressive you want to be, you could potentially see extraordinary gains. 

Just the Beginning...

The Debit Magic Strategies are just the first to be released. Additional approaches are under development that have different goals, such as long term investing. 

Even Higher Returns!

By increasing per-trade allocation, DebitMagic was able to generate an average of 220% per year in the sample profile (risk is higher of course). The historical simulation shows a 26% average DD. That’s also a 10:1 ratio.


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