This is a long webinar, but it covers a lot of useful information that can be traded or applied to your trading right now!
In this archive from our Friday Open Forum we cover:
1. 3 Core Principles of any options trade (start - 15 minute mark)
A customer asked a question about the 'REDLine' term in RadioActive Trading (Time Decay Line). We illustrate this principle, and the other Core principles to illustrate which options an investor should buy or sell.
2. How to play earnings to take advantage of high Implied volatility (15 minutes to 34 minute mark)
Here we look at why selling premium ahead of earnings, because premiums are increased, might not be what you really want. We look at different earnings plays, and how some of those strategies are not what you want...
3. Using PowerOptions patented search to find High Dividend Stocks and Stock Breakouts. (34 minute mark to 54 minute mark)
We illustrate how to use the Search criteria for stocks that pay a high dividend, and using some of our Technical criteria such as Bollinger Bands and MACD - how to potentially identify stocks that might surge...before they surge.
4. Is it good to 'follow the crowd' for options trading (54:15 mark to 1 hour, 1 minute mark)
Investor asks about following unusual option volume seen on CNBC, where the trade did not work. We look at option volume, change in volume, what it might mean and why it might not be a good idea to follow the crowd.
5. More on earnings and implied volatility (1 hour 5 minutes to 1 hour 17 minutes)
We delve deeper into the idea of high implied volatility heading into earnings, using AAPL as an example. We look at how to evaluate IV crush and the profit and loss chart you want for earnings.
6. Can you make a living trading (1 hour 17 minutes to 1 hour 19 minutes)
A quick one. What you should expect investing in options, how much capital you might need to make a living trading options, and realistic expectations vs. what is over hyped.
7. Personal question - why do I trade other strategies than married puts / RadioActive positions (1 hour 19 minutes to 1 hour 21 minutes)
8. How can investors lose on spreads that have an 80% probability (1 hour 24 minute mark to end)
We look at the math behind high probability spreads, and how even with a portfolio of an 80% probability - you still need to be right closer to 90% of the time to profit long term.