What is there to do (and trade) when markets slow down? Frank from the small exchange weighs in!
For those of you who consider yourself a beginner options trader, or want to increase your probability of profit, or for those of you who like to trade on a smaller scale, this is the segment for you! Watch and learn how you can trade strategically when you don't have a lot of capital.
The probability of touch (POT) gives expectations around an underlying trading to the price of a short strike.
An account composed of option strategy, allows for the ability to make estimations for potential profits.
Today join Tom and Tony as they review the top metrics to know when trading options.
tastytrade lists and explains how delta plays a role in a variety of trading concepts.
Covered calls are not only for large accounts. Lower priced underlying with high IV can have great potential in a small sized account.
Do long put options work for downside protection in a trading portfolio? tastytrade investigates.
Find out how to find new trades by using features on the tastyworks platform.
A Poor Man’s Covered Option (PMCO) is an alternative to a covered stock and requires less capital to construct.
To boost market awareness, traders should keep an eye on changes in volatility and general market ranges. tastytrade explains how to do this using volatility metrics, futures products, and more.
tastytrade lists and defines three major statistics to incorporate into your trade entry and management when trading options.
Why do we try to set up options spreads by collecting one-third the width of the strikes? tastytrade explains.
tastytrade lists six important actions for sizing and mechanics when trading options.
Part of a trade setup is forming an assumption. Depending on the price action you may decide to be contrarian. This means you are looking for the opposite of current movement.
tastytrade explains why traders should have a high number of occurrences in order to optimize the probability of success on a portfolio.
Size can be increased by scaling number of contracts or by increasing the delta. Find out which approach is better based on tastytrade's research.
Delta has multiple uses in options trading. Understanding delta is critical to the management of risk in a portfolio.
Advantages of sector ETFs include lower BP compared to most market ETFs, as well as the ability to scale risk.
Large unexpected moves have the potential to damage an unprepared trading account. tastytrade explains how to approach risk when trading stock, options, and futures.
Options are multi-dimensional, and can profit in many different ways. tastytrade lists a few.
Tastytrade mechanics say to close an options trade at 50% of max profit OR 21 Days To Expiration. Join Tom and Tony today as they work through a study that demonstrates why.
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