This edition of Profit talk covers the non-directional option strategy called an Iron Condor. This is a great strategy for beginners and seasoned investors. It has defined risk, is easy to manage and carries a high probability of profit.
This edition of Profit talk covers the use of option delta to determine the statistical probability for profit in a stock or option investment. Also, we look at the relationships that exist between the probability of profit or “POP” for short, return on capital , referred to as “ROC” and the risk to reward ratio.
This edition of Profit Talk covers tools & techniques that can be used to help create and maintain a portfolio that is suited to fit both your personal directional assumptions for the market and personal risk tolerances. Methods used to position a portfolio for opportunity or defense is discussed.
This Profit Talk issue covers how to use two option Greeks, Theta and Delta as key indicators to manage profit targets and the directional bias of a position or portfolio.
This edition of Profit Talk details the use of a Short Strangle Option strategy to trade company earnings announcements. Short Strangle creation and risk analysis is explained. Also, the subject of rolling option positions is covered.
Welcome to the November 28th 2016 edition of Profit Effect’s investment newsletter Profit Talk where you learn new ways to understand the latest market trends, gain strategy insights, and learn from the experts. My name is Rod Mahnami. This edition we’ll continue discussing the topic of using short option strategies, called credit strategies, to capitalize on high volatility situations.