Popular Questions

Each options recommendation we publish is purposefully concise. They are worded and structured in such a way that you can go into your brokerage account and carry out the trades by following the step-by-step instructions.

All of our options publications provide additional tools to help execute the trades.

For example, our publication Income on Demand has recently delved into the webinar world. During these video presentations, the editor gives a brief but informative representation of exactly how to execute an options trade. These webinars will assuredly ease any fears you may have going forward.

Also, publications such as Alan Knuckman’s Weekly Wealth Alert give you an easy-to-follow cheat sheet for options trading. It’s designed to answer all of your options-trading questions at a glance. You can access that cheat sheet by clicking here.

It is important to keep in mind that every trading platform is different. If you have any other questions above and beyond our help section, please call your broker’s customer service team for more help. They’ll be happy to guide you through the process.

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If you don’t recall your username and/or password, you can click either the link that says “Forgot you Password?”

 

A new page will appear. You will be prompted to provide the email address that you used when you placed your order. An email will then be sent to that address with your current username and password.

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The schematic representation below simplifies an options ticker symbol. This format is standardized for all options ticker symbols. Our loyal customers have indicated on numerous occasions that this breakdown is extremely helpful. We recommended using this when beginning your options trading.

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Yes, all subscriptions can be placed on automatic renewal with a valid credit card. Auto-renewal rates are typically discounted from normal subscription rates. You can update your credit card on file by going to “My Payment Methods” (located under the My Account tab) and entering your new information.

Every recommendation you receive will include the research and reasoning behind the alert and the specific ticker symbol of the recommended stock. Recommendations will be in bold type and will say to either buy or sell. Your subscription also comes with access to the publication’s model portfolio, which is managed and updated on the Seven Figure Publishing website. You can always refer back to the model portfolio to see the current recommendations for your service.

If you’re looking at your subscription on the website, specific recommendations will be included in the view prior to reading your alert or issue!

There is a menacing notion that options are always coupled with high risk. This truly is not the case. In fact, trading with options can be less risky than dealing with regular stocks. One of the biggest advantages to options trading is that you often know in advance how much you could lose if the trade goes awry. The primary difference between stock trading and options trading is that when an investor purchases options, they then have the RIGHT — but not the OBLIGATION — to buy or sell the underlying stock at a given date.

Options are unique in that they do not shut down when the market closes, nor do they require as much financial commitment as stock trading does. Another pivotal point when dealing with options: There is a 100% guarantee that you cannot lose more money than you have invested in the options contract.

While investing always involves risk, our editors and analysts do a fine job at delivering the most up-to-date alerts to you as needed — from buy or sell to expirations. Options tutorials, paper-trading platform reports and video series are resources we provide with our publications as well.

At St. Paul Research, we are diligent in citing sources and checking facts. Still, we cannot guarantee that we won’t occasionally print information that is unintentionally inaccurate in some way. You should always double-check any important financial information, such as stock prices or balance sheet facts, before making final decisions. We do our absolute best to never make errors, but we are not responsible for any losses you may suffer as a result of errors.

The editor of your newsletter will send you sell alerts through email when they believe it is the best time to sell some or all of your shares. All of the information you need to complete your transaction with your broker will be included in the alert.

Frequent Investment Questions

Below are several different resources to help in your continuing education regarding the stock market.

Types of Investments — Learn all about the different strategies available to a potential investor.

Investopedia — This is similar to Wikipedia, but for the stock market. A great resource to search for terms and concepts for a quick answer to an inquiry.

Yahoo Finance — For updates on the price of a current open position in one of the portfolios, Yahoo Finance is a good place to quickly look up a ticker symbol.

Each options recommendation we publish is purposefully concise. They are worded and structured in such a way that you can go into your brokerage account and carry out the trades by following the step-by-step instructions.

All of our options publications provide additional tools to help execute the trades.

For example, our publication Income on Demand has recently delved into the webinar world. During these video presentations, the editor gives a brief but informative representation of exactly how to execute an options trade. These webinars will assuredly ease any fears you may have going forward.

Also, publications such as Alan Knuckman’s Weekly Wealth Alert give you an easy-to-follow cheat sheet for options trading. It’s designed to answer all of your options-trading questions at a glance. You can access that cheat sheet by clicking here.

It is important to keep in mind that every trading platform is different. If you have any other questions above and beyond our help section, please call your broker’s customer service team for more help. They’ll be happy to guide you through the process.

The schematic representation below simplifies an options ticker symbol. This format is standardized for all options ticker symbols. Our loyal customers have indicated on numerous occasions that this breakdown is extremely helpful. We recommended using this when beginning your options trading.

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There is a menacing notion that options are always coupled with high risk. This truly is not the case. In fact, trading with options can be less risky than dealing with regular stocks. One of the biggest advantages to options trading is that you often know in advance how much you could lose if the trade goes awry. The primary difference between stock trading and options trading is that when an investor purchases options, they then have the RIGHT — but not the OBLIGATION — to buy or sell the underlying stock at a given date.

Options are unique in that they do not shut down when the market closes, nor do they require as much financial commitment as stock trading does. Another pivotal point when dealing with options: There is a 100% guarantee that you cannot lose more money than you have invested in the options contract.

While investing always involves risk, our editors and analysts do a fine job at delivering the most up-to-date alerts to you as needed — from buy or sell to expirations. Options tutorials, paper-trading platform reports and video series are resources we provide with our publications as well.

At St. Paul Research, we are diligent in citing sources and checking facts. Still, we cannot guarantee that we won’t occasionally print information that is unintentionally inaccurate in some way. You should always double-check any important financial information, such as stock prices or balance sheet facts, before making final decisions. We do our absolute best to never make errors, but we are not responsible for any losses you may suffer as a result of errors.

St. Paul Research cannot provide personalized investment advice such as how much of your capital you should invest. St. Paul Research is a publishing company, and we are not licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to provide that kind of information. Some of our editors may recommend investing a certain percentage of the money you have available for their service in a specific play, which will be made clear in each buy alert. If you need specific investment advice, you may need to consult your broker or financial adviser.

St. Paul Research is a publishing house and is not licensed to invest on your behalf. Due to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, St. Paul Research cannot recommend or back any particular brokers. A select few of our subscriptions include a list of recommended brokers, and you can find this information under the “Report” section of the website. If you need help finding a broker that fits your investment style, the free resources provided by Yahoo Finance are a good place to start.

We appreciate your confidence in us, but we recommend that you consult with your personal financial adviser on questions of this nature. Our specialty is in offering general investment analysis and recommendations, not personalized investment advice.

Due to Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, St. Paul Research cannot recommend or back any particular brokers. A select few of our subscriptions include a list of recommended brokers. If you need help finding a broker that fits your investment style, the free resources provided by Yahoo Finance are a good place to start.

The St. Paul Research editors will send out a Sell Alert via email if they feel the stock will not recover and it is time to get out of the play. Of course, you are in control of your own portfolio and you should make all investment decisions based on your personal finances. If you are concerned about holding onto a specific position, you should consult your broker or financial adviser.

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The longer length of our video sales letters is a reflection of the extensive research and due diligence we put behind every fact or claims we present. We’re dedicated to delivering our subscribers only the most accurate and up-to-date research. Each idea is thoroughly researched for an average of six weeks. Then our research is reviewed and vetted by our legal department for accuracy and timeliness. In total, it takes almost two months for us to produce a single sales promotion from start to finish.

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Income Underground is a confidential group that features under-the-radar news, income ideas, investment opportunities, exclusive video content and more. It was all started by Zach Scheidt, former hedge fund manager and income expert. Its purpose is to give YOU the secrets that the upper echelon have used to make millions… and have kept to themselves for years!

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The portfolio will provide you with the name of the company being recommended, the ticker symbol, the entry date when the stock was recommended, the entry price of the stock that was recommended, the current price of the stock as of the closing position from the previous trading day, any dividend payouts that the stock may be paying, the percent gain since being recommended and the most recent recommendation of the action to take on the stock within the last 24 hours. Each one of these categories is sortable. By clicking on the “Related Articles,” all of the most recent alerts, recommendations and monthly issues in which the stock was mentioned will be listed for you. You can then click on the Trading Chart to see the real time tracking of the stock price as well as perform many other functions.

 

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Please note that our editors update these reports frequently but you should always refer back to the portfolio to see the most recent recommendation for any of the trades suggested in the reports.

Yes! All of your member benefits are archived for you on the website, including the emailed alerts.

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You can change your contact information by clicking on the "My Account" button on the top left of the website once you are logged in. From there you will see your "Account Settings" including "Peresonal Info" like your name, contact details and primary address which you can edit from that page. 

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While you are waiting, if you plan to invest, you should open and fund a brokerage account if you do not already have one. St. Paul Research is a publishing house and is not licensed to invest on your behalf. Due to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, St. Paul Research cannot recommend or back any particular brokers. A select few of our subscriptions include a list of recommended brokers, and you can find this information under the “Report” section of the website. If you need help finding a broker that fits your investment style, the free resources provided by Yahoo Finance are a good place to start.

Once you are ready to take action on a recommendation, you will need to contact your broker with the stock symbol and buy-up-to price to place your order.

All actionable alerts and updates are sent as needed via email. There is no set schedule for alerts, as they depend on the performance of the market. Each publication is on an issue schedule, however, so you can expect to receive your weekly or monthly issue on a regular basis.

Options with weekly expirations are a relatively new thing. In Weekly Wealth Alert, we will be buying options that expire approximately two weeks out.

Thankfully, you can find a complete handbook to weekly options trading by Alan, here.

The editor of your newsletter will send you sell alerts through email when they believe it is the best time to sell some or all of your shares. All of the information you need to complete your transaction with your broker will be included in the alert.

You will receive a new Weekly Wealth Alert recommendation each Monday.

A follow-up video update will be sent each Wednesday to discuss how our recommendation is doing.

An option is a standardized contract that trades alongside stocks on the major exchanges.

Stock options form the heart of the Weekly Wealth Alert system — a fact that tends to intimidate new readers. That’s because they’ve been led to believe options are complicated and risky… so they want nothing to do with them. But the truth is options aren’t so tricky once you understand them.

You can use a broker to buy and sell an option just like a stock. And like a stock, the price goes up and down in response to market conditions.

The biggest difference between stock trading and options trading is what you’re trading. Stocks shares, of course, represent part ownership in a company. When you buy a stock, you buy a part of the company. When you sell your stock, you give up that ownership.

Options are a little different. An options contract gives its owner the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a stock at a predetermined price by a predetermined date.

Every option covers 100 shares of stock.

You can learn more about options in Alan’s handbook, here.

The goal of St. Paul Research is to educate. It is our belief that no matter who you are or what your level of education is, anyone has the ability to make their own investments. As long as your purpose in sharing our information is to educate and not to profit, that is OK by us.

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