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WDIS: Two Yutes - Beginner Options Trading

Can TikTok creators become stock and option traders? Tom Sosnoff takes two "yutes," Kay and Errol, and throws them into the options trading world. Find out how they navigate market activity while learning the ins and outs of puts and calls!

When Volatility Drops
May 14, 2021

Errol learns that he should close his single-digit IVR short strangles.

The Crypto Wild West
May 17, 2021

Tom explains that at this point in time, there’s nothing really strategic you can do with digital currencies. It’s just pure speculation on whether the coin will go up or down.

Vertical Spreads at Expiration
May 21, 2021

Tom explains to Kay that at expiration her OTM spreads are safe, a fully ITM spread will cancel itself out, but a spread with one ITM option will turn into 100 short shares of stock.

Putting on an Earnings Trade
May 24, 2021

Tom shows the two yutes how to put on an earnings trade.

On the Dance Floor
May 28, 2021

At 21 days to expiration, the two yutes adjust their trades that are “on the dance floor,” or hovering around ATM.

A Changing of the Guard
Jun 4, 2021

Meme stocks, crazy outlier moves, all sorts of speculation--Gen Z is changing the game.

Trading Meme Stocks
Jun 7, 2021

E and Kay get their hands dirty trading some trendy meme stocks: AMC and GME.

Waiting for Positive Drift vs. The tastytrade Way
Jun 11, 2021

Tom explains the risk/return tradeoffs among buying bonds, investing in the stock market, and the tastytrade way, which allows you to set yourself up to win most of the time.

Learning by Doing
Jun 14, 2021

Tom, Kay, and Errol discuss the value in learning real strategy, and learning to trade by actually doing it.

To Close or Not to Close
Jun 18, 2021

Both Kay and E have the same expiring losing RBLX iron fly. They learn to keep a close eye on a trade like this before market close to decide whether they can let it expire or should close it out.

Trading the Yield Curve
Jun 21, 2021

The 2 yutes learn more about how the yield curve works and how it’s currently at one of its all time lows.

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