The time element is crucial to my deep-in-the-money call options-picking system. With Tuesday's win on Cameron International (CAM), my system -- which you can follow through my Nails on the Numbers newsletter -- has a win rate of 96-1.I'm very proud of that record, which should cross the 100-win finish line in the next month or two, depending upon market behavior.
Of course, I also have wins that cash out before we have a chance to re-buy. My Jan. 2 Garmin ( GRMN) win came home after just two days, as did DuPont ( DD) on Dec. 5. We are building positions -- and lowering the average cost -- in General Electric ( GE), Cisco ( CSCO) and Altria ( MO), among others. While General Electric is now out of the money, our extended position going all the way out to 2011 gives this pick plenty of time to rebound, just enough to cash out. My point is that time allows me to reposition, ride a stock down and wait for a bounce. I want my subscribers to pay attention to the details of my recommendations but filter out the day-to-day gyrations of the market. If a pick is down one day, it could be up the next. Lenny "Nails" Dykstra, a guy who's used to winning, consistently profits from his deep-in-the-money options calls. You can, too, with his Nails on the Numbers. Try Lenny's service free and see how it works for you. If you decide to subscribe, just one winning call will pay for a whole year!