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I am at my desk and ready to receive calls as early as 8:15 AM ET through 5:00 PM most days. I generally make or receive on average 35 to 55 calls a day depending on whether an option trade is setting up. Early callers are interested in my opening thoughts and these are posted and printed to my "A" chart This goes on my web site at 12:00 ET. (see "A" chart). This tells my students they should be looking to sell all rallies and that any worthwhile option trade will occur after 2:00 PM. (all charts are set to EAST COAST TIME so that all clients are on the same wave length per "Rhythm"). Please note that the double Red & Blue arrows are all possible "Rhythm" S&P trades per the course material. There are between 12 - 15 of these a day. However, if you go to the "Future Source" interview you will note the 3-4 particular trades I favor the most. These are the highest probability and most profitable trades you can take (TOD trades are about 75%+) most others are 52 - 55%. Furthermore, it only takes me 60 seconds to post a chart to the Web. The students are looking for the charts at very specific times.

A - 12:00, B - 2:00, C - 4:00 and the D- 4:10-15. I cannot past post these charts. Please note I do not overlay any of these charts. I want the students to see exactly what I say and when I say it. You can plainly see the double red arrows posted on the last bar of the ;B chart and then it cuts off. All students are short, long puts or thinking about shorts. This is the 2:00 TOD trade per the course material. See Fig. 50 and page 52 from the "Rhythm" manual. Now it's after 2:00 PM with everyone at least thinking short or puts. About 2:20 per "Rhythm" we note that the up is finally over and we are going down hard for the next hour or so. The rest is history. See C chart. Then at 3:30, we close out all shorts and go long per "Rhythm" with another TOD trade called EOD or End of Day move. It's perfect, right at 3:30, see page 55 of "Rhythm". If I didn't write these things in a book over 6 years ago, no one would have believed these "Time of Day" trades for the S&P's. These S&P "Time of Day" trades occur frequently through out the month. However, a potential option trade of this magnitude can only occur Friday afternoons of an option expiration week and you must be in front of your computer to catch it. Today 6/16/00 an S&P trader could have realized almost 25 points in 2 hours per "Rhythm of the Markets", right out of the manual,while an OEX trader had the potential to make almost 8 times his/her money in about 90 minutes. Note: This is not possible using the S&P 500 futures options since they expire at the opening of trading this day. Small wonder why my West Coast clients are taking longer lunches, while my East Coast traders are leaving early.

P.S. If anyone can show me a better Real-time trading program, I'll buy it and pay that person a finders fee to boot.

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