The Advisor is currently offering two trading programs:
SPK which is trading options only using the E-Mini S&P 500 options on futures and
AST MIX which is trading futures and options on futures using the E-Mini S&P 500.
Both programs require a minimum deposit of $15,000; however the Advisor reserves the right to accept lower amounts. Although there is no guarantee that the Advisor’s trading programs will result in positive performance results, the Advisor’s primary business is to provide capital appreciation to retail and institutional Client accounts by managing their accounts pursuant to the Advisor’s proprietary trading programs.
SPK – E-Mini S&P 500 Options
SPK option trading is the proprietary model which he has personally developed by Alexander Shpak and offered to our clients since September 2009.
The SPK trading model is based on a technical analysis (Scheme Charts) and statistical research of the last 20 years (since 1996) of the daily and intra-day changes of the United States stock markets.The strategy involves the trading of various series mini S&P puts and calls on the S&P 500 future options (ES, EW, EOM option series). The program is relatively simple, with only one traded asset – the S&P 500 options market that is based on the S&P 500 futures which in turn relies on the S&P 500 Index. This index is calculated as a weighted average of the 500 biggest (by market capitalization) public companies in the United States. The adoption of the S&P 500 Index with its wide calculated basis, allow significant asset diversification. Read more…
AST MIX – S&P 500 Futures and Options
This is trend following strategy, encompassing mini S&P500 futures and options.
AST MIX is similar to the SPK model in the technical analysis approach of the Japanese
KAGI and the statistical research of market behavior. In addition to the regular options strategies
of the SPK Program, another strategy of covered Calls and Puts options is implemented by adding E-Mini
S&P 500 futures to the model. The decision to buy or sell E-Mini SP500 futures contracts is made
based on signals from KAGI and Scheme Charts.
This strategy utilizes a computerized technical trend-following model with various levels of money management techniques. The principal objective is to profit from sustained futures price trends. Trend following is a method of trading which seeks to establish and maintain market positions based on major price movements. To enhance and balance returns within this program, Mr. Alex Shpak will also write covered and/or uncovered options to capture premiums and increase potential profits.
Example of Japanese KAGI, Scheme Charts
THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITY INTERESTS CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE CAREFULLY CONSIDER WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION.