Dr. Schultz (an academic and trader) explains theoretical trading concepts and practical application to take your trading to the next level.
Have a small account? Want to do undefined-risk strategies? Here are three tastytrade-approved boxes to check for every position.
Going inverted is an important part of the adjustment process for our Short Strangles - one of the classic tastytrade short premium strategies.
Short Puts and Put Ratio Spreads are strong, bullish strategies at tastytrade. Here’s how to choose one over the other.
Should we manage even earlier with Straddles at tastytrade? Let’s look at how the risk-return profile changes depending on the length of the trade.
When a position is at or inside of 21 DTE and getting close to expiration, if we can roll it forward for a credit, we almost always opt to do that at tastytrade.
With the handful of Ratios we currently have on in the portfolio, we work through these points of consideration today.
Lower delta Strangles maintain a fairly consistent daily P&L throughout the trade, but higher delta Strangles see big decreases in daily P&L later in the cycle at tastytrade.
Often times at tastytrade, when we have a vertical spread on that isn’t working, the best move is to simply do nothing and let the probabilities play out.
An upcoming earnings announcement can serve as the catalyst to an explosive move in our favor at tastytrade to salvage a bad position.
When you have a defined-risk, short premium strategy that has moved fully ITM and is marking at max loss, it doesn’t make sense at tastytrade to close early.
Different strategies will generate different amounts of portfolio theta - here’s how to boost theta efficiently at tastytrade.
Managing Early might be more of an offensive tactic, but its ability to control volatility is really strong with Short Strangles.
If you want to supercharge a bullish bias in the market, you could consider a tastytrade original strategy: a Super Bull.
With wings on both sides, should your Butterfly Spreads be wide or narrow? At tastytrade, there’s a clear answer.
Jade Lizards and Ratio Spreads are very similar strategies at tastytrade that are mostly neutral with risk to one side of the market - so how do we choose between the two?
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