If you want to trade like a tastytrader, you have to learn how to talk like a tastytrader. Sit down with Tom and Tony as they dish out and discuss popular trading topics that give you an edge when opening, closing and managing your trades.
Volatility remains elevated and Wednesday’s session had a larger intraday rally from the previous day’s close and then ended down on the day—an extremely rare occurrence. What does it all mean?
There are several ways an option that has been sold short can turn a profit. Join Tom and Tony as they cover each of these factors to help you understand the strategy behind the trades we place.
We can all access correlations of underlyings but tastytrade looks to see how these correlations relate to the ones that really matter to us: the correlations of options.
Volatility (Vega) and Duration (Theta) are closely intertwined. One important step in the trade formation process is to determine what duration is appropriate given the outstanding level of volatility.
Many options traders use IV as the basis of entering trades, but can it be used on non-equity products like GLD? Join Tom and Tony as they dig into how IV in these products differs from that in equities. ˘
With the crypto market closing at $2.6 trillion and volatility stabilizing, the number of tradable products in the space has rapidly increased. Learn about the many different crypto products you can trade.
When smaller accounts become big enough to take on more risk, should we increase the number of iron condors we sell? Or widen the long wings out and/or go undefined? The answer may surprise you.
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