One more thing about net debit spread: risk management. music selection: “Heroes” — David Bowie I have been buying three spreads per week, one bearish, one bullish, and one market neutral in an attempt to profit no matter what the
Only one trade this week. music selection: “Love/Hate Heartbreak” — Halestorm weigh-in: 203.4 +0.6 First things first, a position in TCH (Bear Put Spread) moved strongly against me. The company is still a dog but the market loves some recent
Five more groaners. music selection: “Love/Hate Heartbreak” — Halestorm Devour your prey raptors!
What to do if you are assigned early. music selection: “Lady” — Lionel Ritchie I have previously promoted the idea of using net debit spreads in the current market environment. I have been buying three spreads per week, one bearish,
My weekly trades. music selection: “Lady” — Lionel Ritchie weigh-in: 202.8 (2.2) I’m a day late because a position I had great hopes for (a bull call spread in CBRE group) did not get an attractive fill. I have a
Your weekly groaners. music selection: “Green-Tinted Sixties Mind” — Mr. Big Devour your prey raptors!
My limit order filled. music selection: “Emotion” — Samantha Sang Some time ago, I set a god till canceled limit order on the L Brands 6.875 coupon 1NOV2035 maturity bond (CUSIP: 501797AL8). I got my fill on the 3rd at
A how to. music selection: “Flowers” — Talking Heads A great way to use options is with net debit spreads. These combine the leverage of long contracts with the income of short contracts. They play both ends against the middle
Only one trade this week. music selection: “Opportunities” — Pet Shop Boys I attempted two trades today that didn’t catch a bid. I tried a bear put spread in Ford (F) on the 11 and 12 strikes and 18OCT2019 expiry.
Another month in the bag. music selection: “Rasputin” — Turisas weigh-in: 205.0 (0.2) Each month, I review my financial results for the period and year to date. This includes a summary of my spending, budget, and some ratios to benchmark