Chuck Hughes can't really be classified as an investment personality or guru, because he isn't as ubiquitous as some of the names out there. However, it is possible that you've heard of Chuck Hughes through his ads on the internet, or in a financial publication or two.
He's not hawking a system or software program like many others. Sending Chuck Hughes your money means you are signing up for his options advisory service, and he is just one of the many advisers participating in the options world. Given that, I wanted to see what sets Chuck Hughes apart from other options gurus.
First, it's important to understand that as an asset class, options have exploded in popularity over the past several years. Daily options volume on various US exchanges is now close to averaging 1 billion contracts traded per day. Just a few years ago that number was around 600 million contracts a day.
As a result of this explosive growth, many (too many if you ask me) newsletters, software programs and advisory services promising options riches have been born. Many aren't even worth a trial run, but Chuck Hughes has been in the game for over 20 years.
His "MVP Advisory" service is too pricey for most investors. A $10,000 minimum investment lowers his potential client pool, but he does have a good track record. Members of Hughe's "MVP Advisory" receive exclusive trade recommendations via email with explicit entry and exit points, and stop-loss figures. You can even view Chuck's account statements and past trade logs on his various websites.
If options aren't your cup of tea, don't worry. Chuck Hughes has recently developed an advisory service focusing on exchange traded funds (ETFs). Like options, ETFs have exploded in popularity in the last couple of years.
The "ETF Investment Advisory" is extremely similar to the "MVP Advisory." For $10,000, investors get buy, sell and hold calls via email.
There is a money-back guarantee and better than average customer service for both advisory programs.
I believe that Chuck Hughes is a legitimate business man who truly does want to make money for his subscribers. I think $10,000 is out of reach for most average investors, but if you have the cash I do recommend his services.
I give Chuck Hughes just 3 out of 5 stars given the high costs of his programs.
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