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This profile was last updated on 8/31/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Managing Editor

Ultimate Option Strategies Company
4672 Morrell Street
San Diego , California 92109
United States

Company Description: Ultimate Options is designed for simplicity and profit. Making a trade from Ken's weekly list is like falling off a log. Recommended trades are sent on Friday...   more

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  • MBA
  • Option Master Suite
  • Option Master
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Ultimate Option Strategies - About Us, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
Ken Trester Managing Editor
Ken Trester Managing Editor
Ken started trading options when the first exchanges opened in 1973.
As the nation's foremost professional options trader Ken is not just an "options educator.
Ken only recommends cheap, underpriced options. In other words he "buys low and sells high."
It's a simple theory but hard to put to work unless you have a math genius and computer whiz like Ken Trester on your side.
The trick is knowing how to find and buy underpriced options. Ken does this by using his computerized modeling system (based on three decades of real time, real life trading) that tells Ken, and you, which options are underpriced.
More About Ken Trester Ken has been a computer science professor at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California, where he also taught a popular course on stock options trading. Once a year Ken also teaches a limited number of individuals through his Intensive Options Seminars. Former students have been very successful and expert in using his uniquely profitable strategies.
Ken is also widely quoted in publications such as Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities and Barron's. He has an MBA and has worked as a stock broker and an investment manager.
Jeff has been a guest speaker at Ken Trester's investment seminars as well as at investment conferences throughout the country.
Jan 10, 2014, 9:45 am EST ..., 10 Jan 2014 [cached]
Jan 10, 2014, 9:45 am EST | By Ken Trester, Editor, Maximum Options
InvestorPlace advisor Ken Trester brings you Power Options Weekly, which delivers 5 new options trades to you each Friday. It's the perfect 'bridge' between investing in ordinary stocks and the turbocharged world of options trading. Trester has been trading options since the first exchanges opened in 1973 with a winning streak that goes back to 1984 with money-doubling average annual profits since 1990.
Ken Trester
options |, 21 June 2010 [cached]
Ken Trester - November 01, 2010 Options are an excellent tool to have in your trading arsenal, as they can be used to reduce risk and increase your income in the markets. Ken Trester discusses how to properly add options to your trading portfolio. Read More >>
Ken Trester - September 30, 2010 There are certain risks associated with trading uncovered options, but there is also unlimited profit potential. Ken Trester discusses how to trade uncovered options with minimum risks and maximum gains. Read More >>
Ken Trester - August 13, 2010 What does volatility mean to us as options traders? Plenty, since it measures risk and investor sentiment. Options trader Ken Trester examines why volatility is an important factor to consider before making an options play. Read More >>
The Ultimate Track Record, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
Ken Trester Managing Editor
Ken Trester, Managing, Editor of Ultimate Option Strategies, has personally traded the options markets every year since 1973.
In 1983 Ken began editing an options newsletter for investors like you and has continued to do so except for two years - 1999 and 2000 - when he took a well earned sabbatical leave.
Ken plays mathematical percentages (he is a former college professor of statistics and computer science). Ken is the first to admit that he can take several losses in a row before he hits big. I want to be clear. Ken takes losses, as a subscriber you will as well.
Ken has winning streaks, losing streaks and times that are distributed with both winners and losers.
That is why it is important to let part of your position ride when you take profits with a trailing stop, even beyond the 3-week time period. -Ken Trester
We advise all investors that it should not be assumed that present or future recommendations will be profitable or equal past performance. -Ken Trester
For more information about Ken Trester's newsletter, Ultimate Option Strategies click here
Ultimate Option Strategies - Options Audio, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
For example, Ultimate Option Strategies editor Ken Trester likes to tell of a time when he was trying to buy a Jan 15 Call when the stock was at 14.5.
The bid-asked prices were .12 point - .31 point. Ken never initially pays the ask price; he always tries to get a better price. So he entered a limit order to buy the option at .18, just .06 of a point above the bid price.
Three hours later he got the order filled at .18 ($18), which is a lot cheaper than .31 ($31).
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