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My Favorite Approach to Gauge Sentiment

by | Jan 30, 2020

I want to discuss one of the most powerful indicators out there…

It’s also extremely unique — unlike 99% of indicators you’ll find because this one doesn’t rely on the price of a security or even its trading volume as an input.

Instead, it compares the volume of put vs. call options that are being traded on a stock or ETF, a great way to gauge market sentiment.

If you know how to use it, this indicator can lead you to explosive trades with a fantastic risk vs. reward.

And pay attention, this put-to-call ratio indicator is astounding…

Because when it comes to trading, you almost always want to bet against retail traders. In my experience, they lose about 70% of the time (or more!).

Roger Scott Roger Scott Trading

P.S. A Tool So Potent, My Top Traders Are Raving!

Three months ago, I uncovered a totally new way to track Wall Street insiders… in real time!

And already this year, it’s caught the attention of a LOT of regular traders…

Now, I’m definitely not saying you will get results like these, but here’s a little more context…

What I’m talking about is a very straightforward way that could allow traders to copy the moves of the top 1%… as they happen!

And so far, we’ve achieved a 94.29% win rate with it. Which is a big deal when you consider that it’s been less than four months since I decided to put it out there for everyone to use.

And while I can never promise future returns or against losses…

I’m sure that if you’re like me, you’ll want to ALWAYS have a rock-solid game plan before you enter every trade…

So Check Out This New Approach Right Away 

*Stated results are from hypothetical options applied to real published trades from 10/30/23 – 2/14/24. The result was a 95.6% win rate, an average return of 13.1% including winners and losers and average hold time of less than 24 hours. Performance is not indicative of future results. Trade at your own risk and never risk more than you can afford to lose.

WRITTEN BY<br>Roger Scott

Roger Scott

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