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ADDITIONAL JULY RECOMMENDATIONS - MONTHLY CASH MOACHINE

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We are recommending two (2) additional spreads to our JULY RECOMMENDED LIST


We are recommending credit spreads on the following issues:

OIH - OIL SERVICE HOLDERS The investment seeks to diversify your investments in the oil service industry through a single, exchange-listed instrument representing your undivided beneficial ownership of the underlying securities. The investment holds shares of common stock issued by specified companies that, when initially selected, were involved in the oil service industry. Except when a reconstitution event, distribution of securities by an underlying issuer or other event occurs, the group of companies will not change. There are currently 18 companies included in the investment.

EXP - Eagle Materials, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture, distribution, and sale of gypsum wallboard and cement primarily in the United States. Its products include gypsum wallboard, portland cement, recycled paperboard, and concrete and aggregates.


We are recommending the following two (2) credit spreads


Call Credit Spreads

OIH $133.46

BUY OIH-GK OIH JUL $155.00 CALL DEBIT = $0.60
SELL OIH-GJ OIH JUL $150.00 CALL CREDIT= $1.05
NET CREDIT = $0.45

INITIAL "NET- CREDIT TARGET= $0.45 or $45.00
POTENTIAL PROFIT (x 10 CONTRACTS @ $0.45 = $450.00
MARGIN REQUIRE. (x 10 CONTRACTS $4,550.00
RETURN ON INVESTMENT= 9.89%

EXIT STRATEGY = 1. WATCH LIST 2. MAXIMUM LOSS SPREAD PRICE DIFFERENCE
1. STOCK WILL BE PLACED ON WATCH LIST IF STOCK PRICE RISES TO: $141.73

MAXIMUM EXPOSURE is: $5.00 Which is the difference between the strike prices


2. The STOP LIMIT below
will be placed on the SHORT STRIKE PRICE:
OIH-GJ STOP LIMIT EXIT >> = $2.75

If and when the STOP LIMIT IS EXECUTED - A contingency order should be in place to than SELL the LONG SIDE
of the Spread and close the position with a Market Order if and when the SHORT side needs to be STOPPED OUT


EXP $38.97

BUY EXP-GV EXP JUL $48.40 CALL DEBIT = $0.50
SELL EXP-GI EXP JUL $45.00 CALL CREDIT= $0.85
NET CREDIT = $0.35

INITIAL "NET- CREDIT TARGET= $0.35 or $35.00
POTENTIAL PROFIT (x 10 CONTRACTS @ $0.35 = $350.00

MARGIN REQUIRE. (x 10 CONTRACTS $3,050.00
RETURN ON INVESTMENT= 11.48%

EXIT STRATEGY =1. WATCH LIST 2. MAXIMUM LOSS SPREAD PRICE DIFFERENCE
1. STOCK WILL BE PLACED ON WATCH LIST IF STOCK PRICE RISES TO: $41.99

MAXIMUM EXPOSURE is: $3.40 Which is the difference between the strike prices


2. The STOP LIMIT is below
will be placed on the SHORT STRIKE PRICE:
EXP-GI STOP LIMIT EXIT >> = $2.15

If and when the STOP LIMIT IS EXECUTED - A contingency order should be in place to than SELL the LONG SIDE
of the Spread and close the position with a Market Order if and when the SHORT side needs to be STOPPED OUT


This will bring out JULY RECOMMENDED LIST to a total of ten (10) positions

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