It's not always easy to take the measure of a market, whether you've been trading for a day or a decade. On this segment we look under the hood—options probabilities, volatility, trading strategies, futures, you name it—so your trading mechanics are built to manage more winners.
tastytrade looks at why macro reports are irrelevant to traders.
tastytrade takes a look at diversifying equity ETFs and look at the reduction in risk.
tastytrade looks at stable markets with low IV vs stable markets and high IV. What are the differences?
tastytrade looks at markets with elevated but not declining IV, and observes the performance of short premium trades.
tastytrade looks at how common a move like AMC and crypto affects the majority of the market.
tastytrade compares various stocks and their profitability using statistics.
Option skew can be determined by looking at a put and call of the same delta, and compare their prices and distances from at-the-money.
tastytrade analyzes whether buying protections is an effective way to hedge against our portfolio.
tastytrade looks at the flaws of using the sharpe ratio to gauge risk-return of a short premium strategy.
Join Tom and Tony as they take a deeper look at discretionary management.
tastytrade analyzes the factors of the performances of dynamics spreads.
tastytrade researches the likelihood of Profit and Loss flipping after 21 Days To Expiration (DTE).
tastytrade links a popular thought experiment with practical applications to trading.
tastytrade looks at a popular short volatility ETFs and weighs its costs and benefits.
tastytrade analyzes the buying power reduction volatility for naked puts.
Today, the research team discusses the possibility of more premium sellers leads to less profit in the future.
tastytrade shares trade-by-trade statistics when we use one type of discretionary management strategy (one that changes depending on the state of a trade).
tastytrade takes a deep dive into what happens after the 21 DTE point in a trade.
tastytrade explains the Central Limit Theorem and how it applies to option Profit/Loss distributions.
tastytrade analyzes the factors that impact the dynamic spread’s wing width.
tastytrade lists the main factors to consider when choosing an option contract's delta.
The Kelly Criterion may be a confusing topic for many, but in today’s Market Measure, tastytrade reviews its efficacy in determining portfolio allocation guidelines.
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