As an options play, swing trading is one of the rare examples in which using soon-to-expire, in-the-money contracts provides you a benefit. Here’s a demonstration of how to use this option-based swing trading strategy to leverage your exposure and reduce market risks.
Learn how to be profitable in options trading with Jocelynn Drake’s overview of the covered call trading strategy.
The term “rolling” is used frequently in options trading – but few really understand what it means or why it matters to traders. Brian Overby explains how and when to “roll” options positions.
Iron condors can be great strategies under the right circumstances. But the problem is — knowing when the right circumstances are present. Dan Passarelli provides these basic steps, which makes the task of finding an iron condor much less daunting.
Carley Garner explains the theory of options selling and offers a practical approach for implementing some basic risk management techniques.
In this trading lesson, Carley Garner explains the put ratio spread and the best time to put this options trading strategy into practice.
There are an unlimited number of strategies and possibilities that exist when being creative with options trading. Here is one approach by Carley Garner for those interested in aggressively trading options spreads.
Why would you go through the hassle of mimicking an instrument instead of simply trading the original? The answer is simple: you can design it to better take advantage of the underlying market. Carley Garner explains the benefits of this popular options strategy called a synthetic put.
When the ETF market is in overbought territory, trading options is another way for high probability ETF traders to take advantage of the edges in our highest PowerRating ETFs.
If you trade volatility, then learn how to minimize your exposure to market risk without sacrificing profit. Larry Connors recommends Jeff Augen’s new book which offers some new findings you may apply to boost your options portfolio.