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Sang Lucci's On-Demand Options Education

Unlimited On-Demand Options Education

Welcome to Sang Lucci's On-Demand Options Education. This is a 15+ hour on demand course that teaches options using a unique strategy of momentum trading large cap weekly and monthly options, while helping to identify a trading style that fits your personality, financial goals, and capital base.

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Sang Lucci's On-Demand Education

Sang Lucci’s On-Demand Education is for the trader seeking to learn how to aggressively trade large cap stocks and options and find the method that specifically suites his or her personal goals.

This course offers four, seventy five minute class recordings from our Introduction to Options course along with over fifty 15-minute video sessions addressing everything from options basics to the psychology of trading.

Consider it the all access pass to Sang Lucci’s options and Tape Reading expertise that allows you to choose what and when you want to learn. 


1)  On-Demand access to Sang Lucci’s Four Day Options course

  • Sang Lucci’s Four Day Options course provides a crash course on trading basics, options and Sang Lucci’s methods, trading platforms and brokers, and trading psychology.
  • Receive a free, 60-page digital course guide along with the class recordings.

2)  Sang Lucci's Additional Educational Videos 

  • These shorter 10-15 minute videos target a single topic. They focus on the fundamentals like, "What is a Call option?" as well as advanced subjects like, "How Sang made $40,000 shorting Goldman Sachs Puts". You can start with the first video and end with number fifty or skip around to the topics that interest you most.

3)   One-On-One Consultation

  • Sang Lucci provides each members of the on-demand educational course with a 30 minute long, one-on-one consultation to answer questions, analyze your current watchlist, find the right brokerage for your trading style and help you find a method that suites your personal goals. 

On-Demand Course Curriculum: Introduction to Options

Class 1: Trading Basics

  • Understanding the Auction Process
  • Candlesticks
  • Viewing and Analyzing Charts
  • Adjusting Time Frames on Charts to Provide Insight
  • Profiting from Market Conditions Using Different Types of Trades
  • Picking Options
  • Understanding Sentiment
  • Capitalizing on Supply/Demand Dynamics
  • Technical Analysis and Indicators
  • RSI, VWAP, MA, etc.
  • Lagging Indicators
  • Building Your Watch List
  • Breaking Down Sang Lucci’s Watch List

Class 2-3: Options

  • Why We Trade Options In the First Place
  • Options 101
  • Reading an Options Chain
  • Sanglucci’s Equation for the Pricing Options
  • Volatility and How to Profit Off of It
  • Choosing the Underlying Stock
  • Calls vs. Puts
  • Picking Your Strike Prices
  • Traits of In the Money vs. Out of the Money
  • Expiration Dates
  • Weekly Options and Advantages Over Monthlies

Class 4: Choosing a Trading Platforms and Broker

  • Priorities for Choosing Platform (especially for options)
  • Adjusting Settings to Maximize Performance
  • Employing Multiple Chart Time Frames

Class 4: Trading Psychology

  • Personal
    • Challenging Your Fears
    • Taking Losses
    • Managing Winners
    • The Value of NOT Trading
    • The Importance of Building Your Own Trading Style and Identity
  • Market
    • How to Manage and Even Capitalize on
    • Headline Risk
    • Anticipating Moves and Avoiding Setups
    • Trading Around Earnings

Plus, additional videos provide 10+ hours of extra study material:

Trading Fundamentals:

  • Introduction to Sang Lucci
  • Video Lesson: How To Find Stocks To Watch (8:08)
  • Video Lesson: Option Order Types (4:44)
  • Video Lesson: Level II Basics (Bid & Ask) (9:17)
  • Video Lesson: How I Use Charts (7:35)
  • Video Lesson: Trading Around Economic Data Reports (14:47)
  • Video Lesson: Big Picture Trade Hunting (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Level 2 Basics (Exchanges) (8:48)
  • Video Lesson: Amazon (AMZN) Trade Weekly Vs. Monthly Call (7:42)
  • Video Lesson: Premarket Gaps (12:55)
  • Video Lesson: Difference Between Thin and Thick Stocks (4:54)
  • Video Lesson: Broad Indexes/Basics (12:00)
  • Video Lesson: Writing Naked Options Overview (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Picking The Right Side of the Trade (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Trading Stocks With Thin Option Volume - the MasterCard (MA) Example (14:54)
  • Webinar: Stalking Your $245,000 Short


  • Video Lesson: Options Intro & Basics (14:59)
  • Video Lesson: Basic Options Chain Analysis/Terminology (10:10)
  • Video Lesson: In The Money Vs. Out The Money (5:38)
  • Video Lesson: Credit Spreads (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Options Stop Losses Part 1 (15:00)
  • Video Lesson #14: November 3rd NFLX Part 2 (14:59
  • Webinar: The Art and Science of Trading Apple Weekly Options
  • Webinar: Options Writing: Time Decay for Weekly Calls and Puts
  • Webinar: The Biggest Options Misconceptions
  • Webinar: The Big Three Large Cap Options Trade in the Past 7 Days

Advanced Options:

  • Video Lesson: MasterCard (MA) Trade Part 1-Advanced Options Trading (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Advanced Options Chain Analysis (10:46)
  • Video Lesson: Catching the Top in CF Industries (10:53)
  • Video Lesson: Trading Update Priceline (PCLN) (15:00)
  • Video Lesson: Las Vegas Sands (LVS) Trading Update (12:24)
  • Video Lesson: Advanced Options Analysis for Swing Trading (14:10)
  • Video Lesson: Goldman Sachs (GS) Trading Update (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Advanced Options Trading with Feeler Trades and Seizing Up (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Bank of America (BAC) Laggard Play (9:29)
  • Video Lesson: Visa (V) Swing Trade (11:31)
  • Video Lesson: Apple Short Analysis (6:17)
  • Video Lesson: Swing Trading CF Industries (15:00
  • Video Lesson: WYNN Washout (15:01
  • Video Lesson: Amazon (AMZN) 40 Point Drop Trade Analysis (8:49)
  • Video Lesson: Advanced Credit Spread Analysis Part 1 (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Advanced Credit Spread Analysis Part 2 (14:52)
  • Video Lesson: Advanced Credit Spread Analysis Part 3- PCLN (14:48)  

Tape Reading:

  • Video Lesson: Time & Sales Basics (15:00)
  • Video Lesson: Level II Basics (Bid & Ask) (9:17)
  • Video Lesson: Advanced Tape Reading Part 2 (Live Tape Reading in Apple Short) (14:55)
  • Live Tape Reading with 125 long contracts in Priceline (PCLN) (4:45)
  • Video Lesson: Example of a ‘Fakeout’ in Priceline (PCLN) (5:00)
  • Video Lesson: Goldman Sachs (GS) Swing Trade (9:30)
  • Video Lesson: Analyzing Losing Trades in Goldman Sachs (GS) and Bank of America (BAC) (7:28)
  • Video Lesson: Learn From My Apple (AAPL) Credit Spread Loss (14:22)
  • Video Lesson #99-101: MasterCard (MA) Trade Part 1-Advanced Options Trading (15:01)
  • Webinar: Tape Reading: What is it and why do you care?

Brokers and Platforms:

  • Video Lesson: Active Trader Platforms (15:01)
  • Video Lesson: Active Trader Platforms Part 2 (Sterling) (14:15) 
  • Video Lesson: Pattern Day Trading Rule (7:34)
  • Video Lesson : Cash Account Vs. Margin Account (PDT Rule) (5:02)
  • Video Lesson: Brokerage vs. Prop

Trading Psychology:

  • Video Lesson: Biases and Confirmation (9:36)
  • Video Lesson: Ebb & Flow (11:14)
  • Video Lesson: Ebb & Flow Part 2 (14:14
  • Video Lesson: Ebb & Flow Part 3 (14:57)
  • Video Lesson: Ebb & Flow Part 4- Catching Tops (14:57)
  • Video Lesson: Ebb & Flow Part 5- Consolidation Periods (15:00)
  • Video Lesson: Ebb & Flow Part 6 (14:56)
  • The Psychology of Trading Webinar
  • The Psychology of the Markets Webinar
  • How do you recover from losing $400,000? Webinar

What you get with Sang Lucci's On-Demand Options Education

  • Education

    Learn about the markets in the fastest, most effective way from mavens and other industry experts. Whether you want to learn to trade full time or just generate an extra monthly income, the education will shorten your learning curve and improve your results.

  • Blog Posts

    Receive access to Sang Lucci's latest blog posts as well as an archive of [his/her] past entries. These blogs will help you keep up with insights on past trades, thought on current market conditions, and will update you on Sang Lucci's upcoming events and appearances.

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Options and stocks involve substantial risk and are not suitable for all investors. Subscribers are urged to evaluate any strategy prior to use to understand the risks and suitability for their personal investment use. Please read Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options prior to investing in options.

If you engage or plan to engage in auto-trading of any strategy, please refer to All About Auto-Trading.

This portfolio is a sample “paper” portfolio for informational and educational purposes only recommended by Sang Lucci as representative of Sang Lucci's On-Demand Options Education and is not tailored to the individual circumstances or investment needs of any subscriber. This portfolio does not represent an actual portfolio held by Sang Lucci, and the performance of this portfolio is not necessarily the performance experienced by Sang Lucci with respect to [his/her] securities holdings and trades. Sang Lucci may have a financial interest in the recommendations [he/she] makes as [he/she] may hold or trade some of the same securities for [him/her]self, family members and [his/her] clients.

It should not be assumed that future recommendations will be profitable or will equal past performance. As with any potential opportunity to earn profits, there is a risk of loss.

Is This Product For You?


  • Trading: Options
  • Asset Class: Options, ETFs
  • Frequency: Day Trading, and Swing Trading


  • Experience Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • $25k in Trading Account


  • Learn to trade Options & ETF effectively.
  • Make that money, honey!

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Trading Style & Goals

Trading Style:

  • Type of Trading: Options.
  • Frequency of Trading: Day Trading, and Swing Trading.

About the Maven

Sang Lucci

It was 2006. Anand Sanghvi (“Sang” for short) was 23, underpaid, and bored to death from 9 to 5 in a 5 x 9. He realized something had to change. So, he ditched the corporate grind and took his life’s savings to a prop firm, where, after two years of grueling trial and error, he had two game-changing realizations: options are more profitable than equities and Tape Reading is the best way to follow the market in real time.

With those driving him, he became a self-made millionaire by 25. His friends no longer called him just Sang. Now, he was “Sang Lucci”.

He launched a blog called with the mission of waking traders up to what was really going down in the markets—the reality he lived instead of the picture painted by the talking heads and textbooks.

But not long after, Lucci was dealt a massive blow that almost knocked him out: a $300,000 loss. He learned the invaluable lesson that the market doesn’t care what you’ve done, only what you’re doing. The humility that came with this smack across the face was the missing piece in his trading psychology.

Enter Peter, the former quant turned options writing strategist and Charlie, the operations, marketing manager and amateur trading psychologist. Both men traveled across the country to join Sang Lucci's unique style.

Together, alongside Marketfy, we revamped’s multiple educational offerings.

While other traders focus on technical analysis, we focus on the market’s bloodline: the tape. Technical indicators lag; real time information lies in the bid and ask and time and sales. Tape reading allows us to stalk the short-term price, make our own predictions, and zero in on the real drivers of momentum. With that information, we make option trades based on the Sang Lucci method of pricing options, holding positions for as little as a minute and as long as a week.

So what do we trade? Volatile, high volume stocks: i.e., Google (GOOG), Apple (AAPL), Priceline (PCLN), and Amazon (AMZN). Our proven strategies have netted $1.4 million this year alone.

Anyone can buy an option, even with a low account size. Couple that with the fact that you can get a huge return on the capital you put at risk, and it becomes obvious that options give you the biggest bang for your buck.

The easiest way to check us out is by joining our chat room ($1 for the first 14 days) or simply sending an email to requesting more information.