Intermediate Investing: BEARISH Option Strategies
What you'll learn
Interactive group class providing a detailed introduction to: 1. "Bear calls" credit call vertical spreads, and credit call calendar spreads 2. "Bear puts" debit put vertical spreads 3. "Long puts" single call option, with potential for 'legging in' to a bear put spread * * * If interested, we will also discuss ... A. What it means to "leg in" to a spread in order to minimize risk, secure profits and maintain upside profit potential B. Calendar spreads in addition to vertical spreads C. The Leftover Call strategy (LOC) to potentially profit from bullish events in a single stock or broader market, by maintaining the long leg of a bull call strategy after covering the short leg, for a profit in excess of the cost of your long leg. * * * One of my favorite strategies is "legging in" to a long call that becomes profitable, in order to secure gains and allow for continued profit. I have present examples and past examples from my trade history to provide real world examples of these strategies, so you can gain an in-depth understanding of how simple strategies can significantly enhance your level of options trading.
This class is perfect for
Those with a basic understanding of options. If you are new to stocks and options, then prior to taking this course, you may wish to take my other courses such as "Intro to the Stock market" and "Options 101".
YOGA: I have been practicing yoga since 2010, completed 200 hour YTT in 2021, and 17.5 hour trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation training in 2022. FINANCE: I have been trading equities, futures and options for over 15 years, since 2007 and have experience through many bullish and bearish cycles, including corrections and crashes. NUTRITION: Eating whole-foods plant-based vegan since 2013. B.S. in biology with concentration in human nutrition in 2020, Cornell University.
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