tastytrade tends toshort strangles for 50% of max profit and 25% for short straddles.
While we know thatand ½ standard deviation are historically net profitable trades, but which has seen a better return on capital?
The team broke down how they calculate return on capital for strangles before diving into the study.
Looking at 16vs 30 delta strangles, we see differences surrounding most of our typical metrics. These include success rate and average P/L. However, when diving into the return on capital numbers, we see very similar results for ROC per day.
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