5 Strategies for Income Trading

Income trading is a great way to generate a profit without doing any guesswork. My favorite Income Trading strategies are: Short Put Selling a put is one of the basic option trades when building a bullish income strategy.  In its most basic form, one is selling a put against an asset to receive a credit. …

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We Are Doing This For You

After working with hundreds of clients I know that growing a small account can be challenging. I’ll get to that in just a minute. What makes things worse are the gurus of the internet trying to sell you anything they can to make you think you can get rich quick. One question I get asked…

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Automate Your Iron Condors

There is a myth out there when it comes to Iron Condors. The myth is that you have to spend countless hours infront of your screens if you want to be profitable. But that’s not true. As long as you have a good risk management plan and you know when and how you need to…

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Learn To Generate Profits While Being Wrong on Stocks

  We just closed out a trade in Netflix (NFLX). This was a low stress, high odds trade set up that generated about 10% return in just over 2 weeks. We had a plan to put this trade on, take this trade off, and manage risk if this trade started to turn against us. I…

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Income Trade in Russell 2000

Earlier today, I discussed a trade set up in the Russell 2000 Index options. I looked at a Non-Directional Income Trade with about 60 days to expiration. I’ve outlined my trade set up as well as my risk management plan for this trade: Trade set up: I’m looking to buy a slightly OTM put butterfly…

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5 Iron Condor Adjustments to avoid taking a big loss

Iron Condor Adjustments is a very important topic. Iron Condor adjustments are just as important as entry and exit. One of the best strategies for traders that don’t want to chase the market or guess which way the market moves next is an Iron Condor.  This options trading strategy profits if the underlying stock remains within…

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