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Bull Call Spread Option Strategies

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Unknown Unknown (1 year ago)
Currently, Amazon has a low implied volatility and to it is looking moderately bullish. I want to buy the call spread so I will be on the right side of volatility, but won't time decay hurt me? Will it hurt me more or less?
Tom Nguyen (1 year ago)
What's the difference between Bull Call spread and Bull Put Spread, and how to apply in which situation?
Option Alpha (1 year ago)
Yep you want to use IV rank - see here: https://optionalpha.com/members/watch-list
Tom Nguyen (1 year ago)
When I looked at 1 option stock in the TD platform , there are many differences of IV, some 9%, some 15% ect...So how do I know which IV to apply for Bull Put Spread or Bull Call Spread ? any Rules ?
Option Alpha (1 year ago)
Not really confusing at all actually - in fact it's much easier to look at IV vs a million different technical indicators.
Tom Nguyen (1 year ago)
Wow, it's confusing. So we have to base on Implied Volatility in order to pick the Bull Put Spread or Bull Call Spread?
Option Alpha (1 year ago)
Great question and we did a video on it here: https://optionalpha.com/members/video-tutorials/bullish-strategies/debit-spread-or-credit-spread
Uddhav Jadhav (2 years ago)
dear, all your videos are so good. also teaching technique is superb.
ramesh sharma FB (2 years ago)
Jayce Tan (3 years ago)
Hi Kirk! Thanks for the video! Can you please provide insight as to how you would select the strike prices on each side of the trade and expiration date for this type of trade? Last of all, how does time affect this trade? For example, how is profit amount affected by the amount of time to expiration? 
Option Alpha (3 years ago)
I tend to select strikes right around ATM for a couple reasons. First it's a lower probability trade to begin with so I want to keep my risk/reward equal. Second, this helps get my break-even point as close to the current stock price as possible (vs just buying a long call option). Time decay does negatively affect this position since you are a net buyer of option but the effect is minimal the closer your strike prices are.
Slickpete83 (5 years ago)
Ok what happens if the buyer of that call option you sold desides to exercrise that option . Dont u lose out more then what u invested ??
Michael Som (5 years ago)
Very good Video, please Keep up with other strategies Options.

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