If an options trader could make 10% per month, theoretically that person could turn $5,000 into $1,500,000 in 5 years. Here is the chart I found but I found it on a penny stock site. :eek: I know this wouldn't happen with penny stocks. http://www.rollercoasterstocks.com/building-investment.html It makes sense for options but I would think that the open interest would REALLY be a factor after a certain point because I can't see being able to put six figures into options every month and eventually 7 figures. My previous trades have shown me that 10% is very easily obtainable per month but I'm not sure how that would change once the account grew into the six figure mark. Thoughts? Do you make 10% or better per month from options trading? If so, how large have you grown your account?