Mike, Nick and Katie take trading questions live on YouTube chat and explain the answers in depth using the tastyworks platform and graphics.
The tastytrade crew explores bullish strategies in products that have sold off today, and answer live questions from the YouTube chat!
The tastytrade crew reviews options SKEW and how we can apply it to aggressively reduce cost basis to specific strategies. Tune in for a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew walks through LEAP contracts and things to consider when building a long-term directional assumption. Tune in for a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains straddle strangle swaps, which are nothing more than a combination of calendar or diagonal spreads. Tune in to learn more with a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains the difference between ITM and OTM diagonal spreads, and how we can implement them in our portfolio. Live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew scans the market for new opportunities in GME & LULU today, and answers questions from the live chat as well! Tune in to learn more!
The tastytrade crew explains why you need to roll credit spreads out in time before they go ITM if you want to collect a credit. Tune in for more and a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew walks through three trade ideas today, two in DOCU for earnings, and one in /NG! Tune in for more with a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew walks through the difference in setup between front ratio and back ratio spreads, and how the trading intention is very different for each strategy. Tune in to learn more!
The tastytrade crew explains how there are plenty of roads to take when rolling undefined risk trades, and it's more important to figure out what your goal is with the trade than to find the "best" option. Tune in to learn more!
The tastytrade crew explains how we can narrow our decision-making process if we answer a few simple questions about our assumptions and risk tolerance. Tune in to learn more with a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains what a strangle is, and how they incorporate it into their options trading strategy portfolio. Live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains why they are more directional in low IV environments, and why taking risk on both sides with standard premium-selling trades can be tough. Tune in for a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains how straddles differ from strangles, and what they consider when entering straddles in different types of products. Tune in to learn more with a live Q&A!
In theory, a trader can convert a short put spread that goes ITM into a short put by selling out of the long put for a credit, which adds to the net credit received on the remaining short put. Tune in to learn more!
The tastytrade crew covers a slew of trade ideas for trader appreciation day. They end up placing a straddle in LVS and an iron condor in NVDA for earnings. Tune in for a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains how they approach iron condors, and why space from the stock price is one of the most important aspects of the trade they consider. Tune in to learn more with a live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains why going inverted is reserved for undefined risk trades, where you can still make a profit at expiration if your net credit is greater than the width of the inversion. Live Q&A as well!
The tastytrade crew explains why legging out of single option components in spreads can multiply your risk. They walk through situations where they may close one side or the other, but never just one option component. Tune in to learn more!
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