PowerOptionsApplied Subscribers Enjoy A 113% Boost In Returns With Auto-Trade

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The addition of auto-trading has proven beneficial for subscribers of PowerOptionsApplied.com, the online advisory newsletter published by PowerOptionsApplied, Inc.

The addition of auto-trading has proven beneficial for subscribers of PowerOptionsApplied.com, the online advisory newsletter published by PowerOptionsApplied, Inc. Centium TradeFolio™ subscribers who used auto-trade showed an average 6.4% return at May options expiration, compared to a 3.0% average return for non-auto-trade investors realizing market returns; a 113% increase in earnings.

Subscribers who used auto-trade with their Optium TradeFolio garnered an average 12.9% return for the same May period, compared to a 9.3% average return for non-auto-trade investors realizing market returns; a 37% increase in income.

The published monthly goal for Centium subscribers is 5% return on investment, and the goal for Optium subscribers is 10%; the Centium and Optium TradeFolios consist of credit spread Iron Condor option trades. According to Greg Zerenner, president of PowerOptionsApplied.com, "Auto-trade’s negotiating power has enhanced the investment value for our subscribers. We expected an increase for both our Centium and Optium TradeFolios, but the impact has been even better than anticipated."

PowerOptionsApplied.com is an online trading advisory news service that went live in March 2005. With the assistance of SmartSearchXL® technology that scans all optionable stocks for the best possible trades, PowerOptionsApplied.com is designed for investors who may not have the time or desire to research their own option trades.

Interested investors are invited to take a 30-day free trial to PowerOptionsApplied.com and select the TradeFolio that best suits their needs: low-risk Meridian (auto-trade not available), moderate-to-high risk Centium, and high risk Optium.

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Greg Zerenner

302-992-7971

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