In Part 1 of this series, we showed how you could limit the risk of a short straddle by turning it into an iron butterfly, i.e. buying a put option with a strike below the shared strike of the short options, and buying a call option with a strike above the short options’ strike. But… [Read More]
Do you know how to limit the risk of a short straddle? Join Senior Researcher Matt Radtke to explore the power of Iron Butterfiles and learn how you can apply them to your options trading.
Introducing the TradingMarkets Alpha Club Rolling SPYs Income Program – the latest addition to our library of quantified, high-probability strategies designed to bring monthly income into your portfolio.
With the looming fiscal cliff here in the U.S. and the enduring financial crisis in Europe, you need to know how to profit from bear markets. Join Larry Connors today for a special preview presentation of our latest strategy specifically designed to generate alpha the CRASH 1 Trading Strategy.
Why is options trading still a well-kept secret? Michael Thomsett explains the background of the options market and why options provide tremendous flexibility for all types of traders, even the highly conservative.
Options strategies come in many shapes and forms, but they are all intended to do one thing: make money. Tom Busby gives his perspective on how and when to trade options.
Covered call strategies are a favorite with option sellers. But in a volatility crush, this normally successful strategy can cause traders and investors to suffer losses for months in a row. Here’s how to navigate these waters successfully.
Option writing is not as easy as it sounds; it requires some guidelines in order to give you a better chance of succeeding. Here are some specific objectives from ken Trester to guide you.
In this trading lesson, Jared Woodard suggests one way of finding profitable mean reversion opportunities, as well as, how to use option spreads to trade those opportunities.