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Who’s Running The Ship?

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When you think of a large cruise ship and the way that it’s run. Who runs the ship, the captain or the crew? If you’re like most people you would say the captain….. and you’d be wrong.  As you think about all the things that need to be done on the ship, keeping the engines running, taking care of all … Read More

Butterfly Options Strategy: Enhancing Risk-Reward Ratio

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In this article we are going to discuss another options trading “income” strategy called the Butterfly. There are actually two strategies which fall into this category the “Butterfly” and the “Iron Butterfly”. The Butterfly is created using either all call options or all put options where you have a debit and credit spread joined At-the-Money by the short strike price … Read More

Maximize Your Income with the Calendar Spread: An Options Trading Strategy

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We have discussed the definition of two options trading income strategies before: the short vertical spread and the iron condor. In this article we would like to introduce you to another options strategy called the “calendar spread” which is also known as the “time spread”. Like the short vertical spread, when employing the calendar spread strategy, we are selling one … Read More

Spread Trading: Three Timeless Lessons You Need to Know (Including When to Close a Debit Spread)

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In this second article about debit and credit spreads we will discuss when you might want to use a debit spread over a credit spread or vice versa. To review, we previously discussed the fact that there really isn’t a meaningful economic difference between a credit and debit spread on different sides at the same strikes. It just comes down … Read More