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Where Do I Start?: Back in the Game

Jessica is a self-taught trader stuck in a rut on her options trading path. Can Mike help her get back on track? Follow along as they revisit the basics while boosting her trading know-how and concept confidence.

Jessica's Takeaways - Finale
Jun 29, 2018
Jessica reveals her final takeaways from Back in the Game, which revolve around more practical aspects of trading and tips for the tastyworks platform.
Jun 29, 2018
Jessica reveals her first set of takeaways from Back in the Game!
Jun 23, 2018
Jessica manages a few positions in her portfolio, and takes her advanced management quiz and passes with flying colors!
Jun 20, 2018
Mike & Jessica talk about learning from looking back vs beating ourselves up, and the important difference between the two.
Inverting ROKU
Jun 16, 2018
Mike & Jessica scan through her portfolio and replace a traditional quiz with some pop quiz questions!
Finding Opportunity - ADBE & WYNN
Jun 15, 2018
Mike and Jessica look for trades in this low IV environment and land on ADBE for earnings and WYNN for the value.
Jun 8, 2018
Jessica takes her quiz on rolling calculations and passes with flying colors!
Jun 5, 2018
Mike & Jessica discuss rolling calculations and how we can boil it down to a simple formula.
Jun 2, 2018
Jessica takes her advanced concepts quiz and passes with flying colors!
Jun 1, 2018
Mike and Jessica discuss why it's important to stay patient while managing trades. We need to avoid over-management at all costs, and Mike explains why.
May 31, 2018
Mike and Jessica tackle the idea of assignment being a good thing for some trades, and exemplify this idea in her ROKU straddle.
May 26, 2018
Jessica takes her portfolio greeks quiz today, with questions based around portfolio delta, gamma, theta and vega.
May 24, 2018
Mike & Jessica discuss the big picture when it comes to theta & gamma. They're not as important as delta & vega when it comes to portfolio management, but there are definitely things to keep an eye on.
May 23, 2018
Mike & Jessica uncover the important aspects of vega from the portfolio perspective, and explain how we can hedge vega risk with short delta.

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