When selling a naked option, we know our risk is theoretically unlimited. But statistically and realistically, our risk is actually much less.
Certain trading strategies used in regular margin accounts are too capital intensive for IRA accounts (like covered strangles). So to achieve the same options trade construction using less capital, we create synthetic positions. Read more here!
Thinking of adding the strangle to your list of options trading strategies? Here are six things you need to know before you place a trade using a strangle!
Meet tastytrade's newest Rising Star of the options trading scene, John W. In just three years, John has become a full-time trader and has lots of wisdom and knowledge to share. Read his story and watch his segment here!
If there's one thing we love discussing at tastytrade, it's the good ole' strangle! It has been a more popular topic of discussion lately so we wanted to curate for you, some of the best strangle content that we've produced, in one post (don't say we never did anything for you)! Check it out here.