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WDIS: The Classroom

Need a little bit more instruction? Mike, Jim, Brittany, and Jessica enter the classroom, assess their current trade hangups & answer questions from viewers.

Dec 22, 2018
The whole classroom steps in for this one to discuss their 2019 goals. Most revolve around trade management and learning to wade through huge selloffs like the one they're currently experiencing.
Dec 21, 2018
The classroom walks through their personal takeaways for 2018 and preps for improvements in 2019.
Dec 18, 2018
The classroom learns how to analyze performance for the year using the year to date tab in the history section of the tastyworks platform. They find some interesting information and prepare to dig deeper in the next few days.
Analyzing CRON
Dec 12, 2018
The Classroom looks at Jessica's trade in CRON, and they talk about why the underlying is cash secured (even in a margin account) and what it means for options traders.
Market Awareness
Dec 8, 2018
Today, both Jessica and Brittany use their market awareness to determine the best course of action.
Dec 7, 2018
Jessica & Brittany discuss the logical process of choosing an expiration. Tune in for a great discussion!
Finding Breakeven Prices on tastyworks
Dec 4, 2018
Jessica and Brittany learn how to let the platform work for them when finding their total credits after rolling.
Dec 1, 2018
Mike, Jessica & Brittany review the main benefits of rolling our short option trades at 21 DTE.
Nov 30, 2018
The class walks through the final question in the assignment saga: can assignment be a good thing?
Dr. Jim Sits In!
Nov 27, 2018
Brittany adjusts her XOP positions, and Jessica adds a Short Strangle in LVS and Reverse Jade Lizard in EWW
Vega - Textbook Example
Nov 17, 2018
Mike & Brittany look at a great example of the impact of vega on option prices after AMAT was literally unchanged after their earnings announcement.
Nov 14, 2018
Mike & Brittany review vega, and walk through an earnings example in WMT to estimate the potential profitability from a 3% contraction in IV.

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