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Options Trading: Profit And Probability Discussion [Part 3]

| June 28, 2019 | 0 Comments
Options Trading: Profit And Probability Discussion [Part 3]

If the 2016 election results and market response taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected and make sure your positions and portfolio can withstand even the most outlier of events. In [the first part] of this series, we looked at how to properly measure risk and return, before even stepping in the batter’s box. […]

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Does This Trade Tell Us There’s A Ceiling On The Price Of Gold?

| April 1, 2019 | 0 Comments
Does This Trade Tell Us There’s A Ceiling On The Price Of Gold?

Economics news has taken center stage over the last week or so, with the word “recession” popping up quite a bit in financial headlines. The Fed has recently said it doesn’t plan to raise rates in 2019 and the investment crowd wants to know why. Not to mention, we’ve had the dreaded “inverted yield curve” […]

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Credit Spread

| April 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
Credit Spread

Credit spread is a term used to describe the direction cash flows when executing a spread trade. When the simultaneous buying and selling of options results in a cash inflow (credit) to your account, it is a called a credit spread.  In other words, the options you buy cost less than the options you sell. […]

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