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.
Join Tom and Tony as they break down a Poor Man’s Covered Option (PMCO), an alternative to a covered stock which requires less capital.
Join Tom, Tony and Julia as they use lookback to compare short put and covered call performance for underlyings that have not been consistently bullish.
Today, Tom and Tony examine how IV has behaved in different IVR environments and compare the differences between ETF and equities.
tastytrade analyzes the past four years of quarterly earnings in major tech companies to see if the market reaction is correlated.
Today, Tom and Tony examine the data to see if we can benefit from whipsaw markets by rolling the wings of Iron Condors separately.
Join Tom, Tony and Jermal as they discuss the most optimal way to implement calendar spreads.
Today, Tom and Tony examine the data to shed some light on so-called patterns in day-to-day movements and streaks.
tastytrade discusses the concept of getting the emotions out of trading and why you shouldn't allow market news to sway your decisions.
tastytrade examines the data to determine which of these two slightly bullish strategies would have performed better over the past 15 years.
With the recent market highs led by mega cap underlyings, this random sector and stock movement is showing us how favorable portfolio neutrality is.
Usually we manage a short strangle at 21 DTE or 50% of max profit--but should we be managing each leg at 50% instead? tastytrade explores.
tastytrade explains why being delta neutral is a strategic way to position your portfolio, limiting directional risk while allowing for profit-capturing in an unpredictable market environment.
Tom and Tony look at the data to see if we can really expect either continuations or reversals after outlier price movements.
While you can get an IRA with many brokers, tastyworks allows for flexible trading possibilities in IRA accounts that other brokers do not permit.
tastytrade discusses how Options on Futures allow traders greater capital efficiency, as well as exposure to commodity, currency, and interest rate markets when the equity space isn't offering enough volatility.
tastytrade explores how looking for high volatility not just per underlying but strike by strike can inform our trading decisions.
Learn the importance of minimizing emotion while trading. Know the probabilities of independent trades going against you, and how to combat this with a set strategy and small positions.
The “risk-free rate” plays a prominent role throughout financial mathematics - the Black-Scholes model, the risk-neutral measure, even the efficient market hypothesis takes ‘r’ as a given.
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