Category Archives for Options

Bottom Test or Half-Way House?

Are we seeing a re-test of the January lows, or is the recent Bear Flag a “half-way house?”

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Downtrends, Reversals, Gaps, and Silver

 In today’s video we’ll discuss the two major rules of price action on the S&P500, Futures gaps to fill, and the short-term view on Silver.

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Gaps and the Avalanche

Watch the downside gaps for targets as well as “avalanches” of bad news which leads to capitulation.

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The Simplest Options Strategy

The cash-secured short put option is the simplest options strategy around, IF you’re patient.

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Simple Intraday Weekly Options Setup

A very simple setup in conjunction with an intraday “weekly options” trade that yields quick results.

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Ten Percent Already Here…and NO Call Options!

Don’t Buy Call Options with volatility this high! [include]pages/hindenburg.htm[/include]

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Entering Hindenburg Put Options

When NOT to buy Hindenburg puts on a market move… [include]pages/hindenburg.htm[/include]

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The Priceline Call Options Trade

On today’s video I discuss the current Priceline (PCLN) options call trade – be sure to watch the video for all the details and I hope this video helps you.

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Options Still Work With Expensive Stocks

It’s no wonder investors are confused and avoiding stock….but Options still work! Clearing Out the Clutter Market news may imply there is another recession right around the corner and can offer confusing advice. Doc offers clarity during this high-priced market season. Stock traders may be left with limited options, such as penny stocks. [Tweet “Usually […]

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Covered Calls

In a covered call trade, you are buying the underlying stock shares and selling call options against it. This strategy is best implemented in a bullish to neutral market where a slow rise in the market price of the underlying stock is anticipated. This technique allows traders to handle moderate price declines because the call […]

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