The Options Hunter Q & A – discipline

You teach the disciplined approach to trading, can you explain what this is? The discipline is a psychological discipline, as well as a technical discipline. I teach to trade using technical approaches. I’m looking for basically V-shaped price configurations or W formations in the price...
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 The Value of Open Interest

Particularly outside equity markets having a finite number of shares available, many traders ignore open interest records in their option trading strategies. Primarily this is due to the impossibility of differentiating whether the open interest …is long or short, and so whatever good that may...
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Risks in trading options

Risk denotes the probability of an outcome, when an individual places an investment of value in the path of forces outside their control. Straightaway the madness of this practice is revealed, yet the pages of history are littered with those that have brought about the...
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Staying Protected While Trading Options

Risk is a subject one can devote a lifetime to inquire about, and options trading will certainly make up part of that study. Concomitant to survival as an option trader, one needs to be au fait with a number of threats that lay waiting to...
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