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Using an option strangle when trading!
November 09, 2015

Option Strangle

An option strangle is the name given to an option trading strategy which involves purchasing both a call option and a put option for the same underlying asset. A call option increases in value if the price of the asset rises, and conversely, the put option gains in worth when the price of the asset drops.

This strategy involves buying put and call options which have the same expiration date, but different strike prices. These strike prices are typically equidistant from the price at which the asset is trading when the option strangle is established. The intention with this option trading strategy is .....READ MORE.....

7th November, 2015
The Week Ahead In The Stock Market – Some Thoughts, Possibilities and Probabilities!

The big October jobs report of the past week will be followed by a deluge of data during the week ahead in the stock market, which will help emphasize further the economic growth of the U.S. economy......Important economic reports due out include data on import and export prices on Tuesday; the Producer Price Index, an important gauge of inflation, due out Friday; and data on consumer sentiment and October retail sales, both also out Friday.....Also, there will be a fresh round of Fed speeches..... The tail-end of the third-quarter earnings season will be presented during the week ahead in the stock market – 477 companies reporting results, including 19 S&P 500 members -- which includes plenty of retailers coming forward.

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Other Latest Articles and Trading Information are.....

How to Buy a Stock

Learning how to buy a stock, which is essentially buying a stake in a company, as well as how to manage the stocks you buy, can lead to a rewarding experience of investing in the stock market.

List of Companies Reporting Earnings for the Week Beginning 9th November, 2015

A list of Companies Reporting Earnings for the Week Beginning 2nd November, 2015 -- 477 companies reporting this week, including 19 S&P 500 members.

Day Trading Strategy

Day trading strategy encompasses ascertaining which stocks or options to trade, as well as understanding the most effective tools available in helping to determine optimal entry and exit points.

The Collar Option – A Hedging Strategy for Stock Investments

A collar option is a hedging strategy that is used to protect an investor’s position in a stock and is executed by simultaneously buying a put option and writing a call option on the underlying asset.

Stock Option Day Trading

Stock option day trading involves entering and exiting each trade within the same trading day. The trader seeks to generate quick profits, and often executes frequent trades to reach their target.

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Active Trader Members receive a minimum of ten (10) real-time recommendations a month, which includes the four (4) trades provided for the Armchair Trader Membership plus an extra minimum of six (6) per month. Remember these are the minimums!

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This is perfect for the short-term active stock trader ready to try options trading. All for the low price of $69/Month.


"Success is simple. Do what's right, the right way, at the right time."

Option Tip for your Success!
Options traders are not successful because they win.
Options traders win because they are successful.

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