What We Do

TT4P does it all!  We research, analyze, publish, and actively monitor short term, high probability option trade signals that can be executed directly in your account. Read below for more information.

Year-to-date Power Performance Stats*
YTD S&P 500 Growth (SPX)
YTD Portfolio Growth
YTD Trades
YTD Winning Trades
YTD Winning %
Portfolio Performance – 2023*

Balance 1/1/23

Current Balance

Profit $ YTD

Profit % YTD
60.50 %

* Performance stats and model portfolio represent a starting balance of $10,000 on 1/1/23, only 50% invested in trades, static @ 10 contracts per trade
* Reflected data does not include any fees. Compounding not reflected in data.


TT4P uses a mix of trade strategies that employ:

  • High Probability Trades
  • Diversified Equity Positions
  • Predefined Risk and Reward
  • Active Trade Management
  • AutoTrade – Trade Execution
  • Experienced Trade Team

Our Approach

Published strategies consider the expected movements of an equity with a predefined probability of success, risk and reward.  This allows the equity to move up, down or sideways within a predefined range for the signals to be successful. The probability of trade success, trade risk and trade reward are pre-defined when trade signals are published.

Our Goals

The main objective is to create supplemental weekly income or portfolio growth for subscribers.  The goal is to generate 1-2% portfolio growth per month – in any market direction.


TT4P furthers diversifies our trade signals by utilizing three high volume Exchange Traded Funds, (ETF’s), to provide diversification versus trading individual stocks.  This helps to reduce the price disruptions from either a single or just a few companies that might report poor sales, earnings or reported negative news.

The Exchange Traded Funds utilized are:

The S&P 500 (SPY) represents the 500 largest publicly traded companies in the U.S. It is regarded as one of the best gauges of overall market performance.

The Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) represents the 100 companies that are at the forefront of transformative, long-term technology strategies.

The Russell 2000 (IWM) represents the 2,000 small to midcap publicly traded companies in the U.S. and includes almost 96 percent of the investable U.S. stock market.


The recent development of automatic trade execution technology (AutoTrade) by supporting brokerage firms allows the publishing of trade signals that the broker can execute directly into your brokerage account. There is no need to sit at your laptop or cell phone to execute trades.