In this video you’ll learn how to manage “PUT SKEW”, which is a common situation you may run into when trading stocks and Indices.
Hey NavigationTraders! In this video you’ll learn about option trading strategies for low implied volatility.
In this lesson you’ll learn one of our core strategies – Butterfly Spreads! Why do we trade Butterflies? We’ll cover this question, as well as how to choose the right trading vehicle, how to set up the trade, and how to analyze the trade.
In this video post, we will walk you through how to:
1. Evaluate Implied Volatility
2. Find an underlying symbol to trade
3. Locate the correct strikes to trade
4. Analyze the trade
5. Place the trade
Short Strangles are not eligible for trading in an IRA, due to the “undefined risk” of short naked calls.
However, I’m going to teach you how to trade a “look a like strangle”, that will still give you the high probability of success of a normal strangle, but is still allowed within an IRA account.
In this video, we’ll show you how to trade a Broken Butterfly. With reduced risk to one side, Broken Butterflies are an excellent tool when used trading directionally.
Anytime you adjust a position, or roll a position to a new expiration cycle, it can be extremely confusing on how to figure out your profit or loss.
In this video I’ll teach you how to calculate your trading profits for a Calendar Spread that has been adjusted several times.
I’m super excited to announce the launch of our new course!
“Trading Butterfly Spreads For Income”
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