PowerOptionsApplied - Tax Advantages through the Use of Broad-based Index Options

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PowerOptionsApplied.com's advisory newsletter products use ONLY broad-based index options for trading. Subscribers who received the same net return from TradeFolio-based investments as they would have by holding a similar position in equity trades would generally pay significantly less in taxes on their taxable accounts.

PowerOptionsApplied.com TradeFolios offer tax advantages through the use of broad-based index options.

PowerOptionsApplied.com, an online advisory newsletter that publishes options trading recommendations for investors, notes that the Internal Revenue Service offers favorable tax consequences for trading broad-based index options.

PowerOptionsApplied.com's advisory newsletter products use only broad-based index options for trading. Subscribers who received the same net return from TradeFolio-based investments as they would have by holding a similar position in equity trades would generally pay significantly less in taxes on their taxable accounts.

An article and comparison of the index option tax treatment vs. no tax treatment is available at this web address: http://www.poweroptionsapplied.com/tax-advantage.asp

According to Greg Zerenner, PowerOptionsApplied.com's president, "In addition to an enhanced tax position, subscribers have been enjoying higher average returns than industry averages. Our TradeFolios range from 2% to a little over 5% average return per month, while the S&P 500 is virtually unchanged from its level 3 months ago. Many of our subscribers use our trades in sheltered (IRA) accounts, those who do not, will save a little tax money when April comes around."

PowerOptionsApplied.com is designed exclusively for investors who don't have the time or desire to do their own research. Recommendations are based on the patented SmartSearchXL technology tools. Auto-trade feature allows subscribers to invest without direct broker contact for each trade.

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