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let us assume, we wrote a 28.5 put of BAC as u suggested in this video. The short put would have got assigned at the first round of the December rout (or even earlier in Oct or Nov as BAC got serious slides then, too), we would have had to take over the shares @28.5. And then what? We would still be sitting on the shares, waiting for an opp to sell?
Thx a lot
+BestStockStrategy thank you. 2 Qs if I may:
- u say u publish/disclose yr real, historic trading results. Where can I find the link?
- how much is the general margin requirement for a naked put writing? I mean, can a small acct holder of, say, below 10K, afford stg like that?
Thx a lot
I do believe a lot of what you're saying. December was a bad month and there was no guarantee that January would have been better. Even so, if you're a disciplined trader, then you should be able to profit consistently. We sold a lot of calls in December. It didn't compensate for the losses, but it helped. Overall though, there is no other choice besides selling premium. No other strategy works for retail traders.
Cool. Another Negative Nancy. Why get out of your house or go outside? You can get hit by a car. I've made millions trading options and have recovered the paper losses from December. So while you will likely remain poor and scared to better yourself and take action, people like me and my students will continue to make money consistently 😀😀 that's the way it works. You're welcome to convince yourself otherwise. It's easier for you to be delusional than take action.
+BestStockStrategy That's the potential issue then isn't it for most people. I think you probably had a paper loss at some stage over $200K and possibly a lot more. Most people would have margin calls or quit at a loss. In a way your strategy is similar to grid trading in the sense that if you trade small enough you'll be able to stand almost any drawdown you're likely to encounter. However, one day the market will break out of its range sufficiently to break even your bank and that's the big issue. How do you know you're not being fooled by randomness like all the other self styled gurus ? After all, we're all winners, till we're not. Some like you can delay their fall but it's most likely gonna happen because I don't think you're flexible enough and you seem overly focused on one type of trading. Markets change as I'm sure you know. Best of luck with you're trading and I hope the ride lasts as long as you're hoping. Or you make the correct decision and get out while you're up and before your strategy is shot to pieces....
Hi im just going through each of your vids to learn as much as i can....options are new to me and arent as straightforward as stocks are (buy low and sell when value appreciates) - basic idea?
Options confound me - trading on Robinhood...i know u made that vid about it but my account size is 1k and i feel more relaxed with a free broker
So my question is you would by the put options at the bottom of the price range of a stock for 6 weeks out and then wait for the expiration date? is that how you get paid?
thanks in advance :)
also would your lessons be any use to someone who doesnt know anything like me?
Verticals are more risky.
1) They're difficult to manage / roll
2) If the underlying stock ends up between the strike prices, yet the person doesn't have the buying power to accept assignment
3) Commissions are higher
4) Lower premium received
5) People trade way too many contracts
I have another one...sorry...i keep watching your vids and get more and more curious XD...so you often talk about how you trade naked puts more often than vertical spreads...but arent vertical spreads less risky? i understand that naked put sells have unlimited risk where as a vertical spread would have a defined risk no?
I believe that almost all Robinhood users lose money. Do I have stats? No. That's just my gut feeling.
Robinhood encourages their users to establish bad habits.
We do NOT buy options. Buying options will leave you poor.
We SELL options.
I determine the recent range by familiarity. You can sign up for the free training. The Education Course is a great value at $599 and the price is being increased to $1,349 within a week. Https://BestStockStrategy.com/memberships
thnx for the prompt reply.
2 more things:
1.now then do you determine the upper and lower ranges of your watchlist? Just from familiarity or technical analysis?
2. I’m trying to watch the 66 video series but keep losing my place.
What’s the best way to get back to them?
And is the 66 video series the $400 of free educational content you are talking about? Thnx!
So that Bank of America trade you talked about in this vid... I just checked the charts... you lost a lot of money on that one. Instead of selling puts at the bottom of the cycle, why not buy them at the top and then your risk is managed and yet your profits aren't limited by a vert?
All definitions of swing trading that I've read says 1 day to 2 weeks holding period and that they use technical analysis.
I don't fit either
Please provide evidence for your 3 month statement.
Plus, I use no indicators.
Also, I'm not sure why you seem so overconfident on your BAC assessment.
I've never lost money on BAC yet you seem so incredibly asservite that it was a bad trade
Also, you suggested that I BUY options.
Stay in school. You have a lot to learn as you're wrong on basically everything you suggest.
You're welcome to be a keyboard warrior, but if your goal is to actually make money, then you have a lot to learn
+BestStockStrategy I'm being pretty clear...
1) Swing Trading - When you open a trade, how many days or months before you close it? If it's less than 3 months then you are a swing trader. If you are a swing trader then it is odd that you have a video entitled "Swing Trading is a SCAM & Swing Traders are FRAUD Victims". That is all I was saying.
2) Bank of America - At seven minutes and fifty seconds (7:50) into THIS video you call out and describe a Bank of America trade. Had you made this trade it would have lost money. If you still don't know what I'm talking about then rewatch the video and look at a daily Bank of America chart going back to 9/1/18.
+BestStockStrategy You said it was early Sept, BoA traded a range from around $29.50-32.00, you would sell $28.50 puts for around $.40, and that you would sell 6 week contracts. Look, everyone calls out a loser now and again, so I apologise for being snarky and pointing it out like it was a big deal.
Swing trading is a duration and most of your trades meet that general definition, so why say it's fraudulent? Marketing, I suppose... it worked 🙂
Hi David - thanks for the videos, good stuff! I'm quite a beginner so sorry for the question if this is overly simplistic, but...basically I'm starting to understand these concepts but curious about the ultimate downside risk of selling put options. If I buy a regular stock and it tanks, the most I can lose is the amount I put in. However, with this approach, say I make a bad decision and the stock goes well below my strike price. How much do I stand to lose? Is it like margin where what I owe could be super significant and I'm on the hook owing money that I don't have? Just trying to gauge the downside here. Sorry for the long question, thanks for your time.
If you buy a stock and it goes to zero, you lose your investment. If you sell a naked put and the underlying stock goes to zero, you lose your investment. The risk is the leverage. You can control a lot more options contracts than you can actual stock. So if the market tanks, and you trade too many contracts, you'll lose money faster thsn you would owning stock. When used conservatively, options are LESS risky than stocks. But thr risk controls have to be in place.
I am a bit confused how you are able to trade a put option on Facebook for a 160 dollar strike price. It would mean you need a 16.000 dollar margin in your account if I am correct? How can someone with a small account trade those kind of positions? Say you have a 5000 dollar account it would mean that if you sell 1 put option on BA for 30 dollar it would mean your buying power after taking on the position is almost gone? In another video you talk about having at least 30% of your account size in your account in cash at all time. I am a bit confused about what the minimum account size is that you need to trade your strategy.
A $160 short put doesn't mean you need a $16,000 margin account.
I have students with $3,000 all the way to over $1 million.
The only thing that varies is the number of contracts and whether naked vs verticals are being used.
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