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Option Trading: How to Adjust Delta-Neutral Strangles!
Options Trading Course - Learn how to sell and regulate delta-neutral strangles to maximize your profit! Live Trades!
Created by Viktor Neustroev.
About this course
Updated in March'2016! New Live Trades added!
Learn how to sell delta-neutral strangles and regulate them!
In this course I will show you that it’s possible to earn money selling options and explain why. This course focuses on selling delta-neutral strangles as I consider this method to be the most profitable.
I will demonstrate a unique (my own) procedure how and when to regulate your position: when it’s time to roll your strike and when just to wait. And you will also learn when and where to enter and escape the market and what to do if different market scenarios realize.
What are the requirements?
Just an open mind
Basic knowledge of trading is welcome, but not obligatory
What am I going to get from this course?
Learn about delta-neutral strangles and understand when and how trade them
Learn criteria when to enter the market and close your trade
Find the best moment to sell a delta-neutral strangle
Roll your strike to maximize your profit
Learn when to leave the market immediately to avoid additional risk
Manage a delta-neutral strangle
Regulate the delta of option position
What is the target audience?
Anyone interested in option trading
Forex, stocks, futures and options traders
Anyone who wants to create an additional income from financial markets
Risk warning: Trading in financial instruments carries a high level of risk to your capital with the possibility of losing more than your initial investment. Trading in financial instruments may not be suitable for all investors, and is only intended for people over 18. Please ensure that you are fully aware of the risks involved and, if necessary, seek independent financial advice. The educational content on Tradimo is presented for educational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice.