Mike, Nick and Katie take trading questions live on YouTube chat and explain the answers in depth using the tastyworks platform and graphics.
Mike and Nick have their eyes on HOOD, while Katie is hoping for a pop in precious metals.
The tastytrade crew explains the big difference between trading equities & ETFs, and the risk implications for both assets. Tune in to learn more, with a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains how ratio spreads and broken wing butterflies can be adjusted to symmetrical butterflies to remove initial risk. Tune in to learn more with a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains the concept of buying power and how we can remain efficient with our capital used, even in IRA accounts where naked options are cash secured. Tune in to learn more!
The tastytrade crew visualizes the IV crush in PYPL & PINS today, and takes questions from the live chat as well!
The OTCL trio come to the table with three trade ideas in $FB, $PINS, and /SFX.
The tastytrade crew explores PYPL & FB earnings trades, with a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains the wheel strategy, which is selling a put to acquire shares of stock, and then turning the stock into a covered call.
Learn how this strategy can outperform long stock, and the tradeoffs associated with it! Live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew walks through their earnings analysis process to determine expected move, expiration and strategy!
Tune in for a live example trade in TSLA and a live Q&A as well!
Nick and Katie walk through Beta-Weighting and why it's more important to think about neutral delta as a range rather than an absolute.
Nick is eyeing a setup in SQ, and Katie is shorting NKE.
As buying power and portfolio capital are a concern for many active traders, Nick and Katie present three trade ideas that keep BPR in check.
Nick and Errol dissect put/call parity and why ITM long spreads vs OTM short spread are synthetically the same position!
Nick and Katie dissect NVDA's upcoming stock split and explain how it impacts stock and options holders in this product.
The tastytrade crew explores bearish trades in SPY & SPX with a focus on put skew, and how it makes bearish debit trades much cheaper than bullish debit trades in these products - live Q&A as well!
Setups in "S" Products! Nick, Mike, and Katie look at options and futures positions in SPCE, SNAP, and /SMO!
The tastytrade crew explains why extrinsic value is the most important thing to consider when assessing assignment risk.
Tune in to learn more - live Q&A as well!
Kay joins Mike and Nick to discuss the strategy behind weekly SPX iron condors.
The tastytrade crew walks through synthetic stock replacement strategies for weekly exposure, which reduces risk significantly to maintain a 100 delta position. Tune in for a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains the difference between an extrinsic and intrinsic value loss, and why their approach is different for each. Tune in for a live Q&A as well!
With a bit of a pullback in several sectors, Mike, Nick and Katie look for some shorter term, directional trades.
The tastytrade crew explains how we can arrive at profit targets for different strategies depending on whether they have defined or undefined profit potential, and whether or not they're ATM or OTM - tune in for a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew walks through their beginner options trading checklist, and how to determine whether to trade undefined risk, defined risk, directional or neutral trades today depending on account size!
Live Q&A as well!
Nick dissects his DKNG position through all the rolls from the original strangle opened in December.
The tastytrade crew gives you a mid-year update on the DKNG straddle position that they are holding and managing throughout the year. Straddle and strangle management tactics are discussed, as well as long and short premium hedges.
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