How to sell options with the highest odds of Expiring Worthless What is FUDOM? Opposite of what Most Option Books Teach Example: FUDOM vs. “Book Knowledge” Option Selling JULY 2014 COFFEE Dr. John sells a July Coffee 2.15 call and 1.80 put – it’s how he was “taught” to sell options. The Problem JULY 2014 COFFEE Coffee rallies then falls. Both of Dr….
Michael Gross describes selling put options or selling call options as part of a vertical credit spread. Also learn how selling this kind of option credit spread in commodities such as corn or crude oil can be a high percentage option trading strategy that can also serve as a diversified income strategy.
Michael Gross explains how to use the Option Strategy that can offer Potentially Higher Returns while Upping Your Odds over a Traditional Option Strangle.
Michael Gross explains how to discover the hidden benefits of applying stock option selling strategies to the uncorrelated commodities markets in this week’s Option Selling Video Lesson.
“The price of a commodity will never go to zero. When you invest in commodities futures, you’re not buying a piece of paper that says you own an intangible piece of company that can go bankrupt.” – Jim Rogers WATCH OPTIONSELLERS.COM’s James Cordier Explaining Why Commodities Over Stock Options? 5 Key Differences between Stock and Futures Options 1. Lower Margins (Higher ROI): 2. Big Premiums:…
Michael Gross discusses How To Pick The Right Option To Sell
Michael Gross continues with part 2 of “7 Ways to Get Higher Option Premium”
Video Lesson: The 2 Key Numbers you MUST Know when Selling Options in Corn, Wheat or Soybean Markets
Learn the 2 Key Fundamentals You Must Know to Prosper as an Option Seller in the Grain Markets. OptionSellers.com’s Michael Gross Explains What they are and how to find them.
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The Condor or “Enhanced Strangle” can offer a huge margin for error and a double dose of downside protection. Here is the benefit of writing them in Commodities.
I am often asked if the objective of selling an option is to have it expire worthless. The answer is yes and no. Obviously, your short option expiring worthless is a successful conclusion to your trade. You’ve taken your full profit, the premium collected is yours. However, letting your option sit through expiration may not always be the most efficient course of action. After trading…