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msg #144309
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8/5/2018 1:07:42 PM

Mastering Debit Spreads
- Vertical Spread
- Calendar Spread (Horizontal Spread)
- Diagonal Spread
Vince Vora


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msg #144311
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8/5/2018 2:19:25 PM

https://financhill.com/blog/investing/entering-covered-call-buy-write-trade-order/


If the trade was run precisely at the quoted prices (19.75 to buy the stock, selling the calls at 1.25), the trade’s net debit would be 18.50.

19.75-1.25 = 18.50

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msg #144314
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8/5/2018 2:33:52 PM

https://www.investorsalley.com/how-to-bet-big-on-banking-with-options/

One type of spread you’ll often see professional traders use is the ratio spread, or the ratio backspread, to be more specific.

This type of trade essentially has too much risk involved to be used by most casual traders.

A standard backspread consists of buying an option near the money (call or put) and selling two options in the same expiration at a higher (call) or lower (put) strike.

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msg #144315
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8/5/2018 2:36:13 PM

https://www.investorsalley.com/how-to-make-a-186-return-on-video-games/

A size option trader apparently agrees with me and purchased a massive call spread expiring in January of 2019. With EA stock at $132, the trader bought roughly 11,000 January 135 calls while selling the 155 calls for a total debit of $7. That means the trader spent over $8 million on the trade. Clearly, he or she if very bullish on EA over the next half year.

With $7 paid in premium, the breakeven point for the spread is at $142. That same premium is the max loss for the trade. Max gain is at a point anywhere above $155 at expiration, slightly higher than where the stock was before the earnings miss. Max gain is $13, or $14.3 million in dollar terms… that’s also a return of 186%.

I think this a decent trade to emulate. EA may not recover for a few months, but has several potential catalysts which could send the stock higher down the road. The price of the spread is not cheap, but 186% return potential and six months of time is reasonable for the cost.

If you like the trade but want to reduce your costs somewhat, you can narrow the spread. For instance, the January 135-145 call spread only costs $4 but lowers your max gain to $6. You can also pick an expiration which is closer, but I think EA may need the extra time to recover.

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msg #144389
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8/12/2018 11:30:09 AM


Fetcher[
high < lower Bollinger Bands(10,1) and
high < lower Bollinger Bands(50,1.5)
optionable
low > 12
volume > 321321
close > ma(200)
add column annual dividend yield
]



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msg #144390
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8/12/2018 12:55:17 PM

Idea started from post : 8/12/2018 11:20:51 AM :
https://stockfetcher.com/forums/Filter-Exchange/Stochastics-19-89-and-Spider-ETFs/144388


Fetcher[

/* Spider ETFs, stochastics 19/89 */
symlist(EFA,QQQ,SPY,XHB,XLB,XLE,XLF,XLI,XLK,XLP,XLU,XLV,XLY,XOP,XRT)

/* the triggers */
slow stochastics slow(12,3,3) below 40
draw slow stochastics slow(12,3,3) line 40
close > ma(50)
close > open
]




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msg #144420
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modified
8/17/2018 8:59:47 AM


Fetcher[
not otcbb
optionable
low between 30 and 50
volume > 321321
/*
Bill Poulos
Profits Run (there are no guarantees. filter created while listening to video.missing some of his information. he keeps telling you what may happen and then tells you it may not happen.weekly credit spread. time decay is enemy)
close crossed above ma20 and
ma20 < ma50
67
62 put bto
61 put sto
limit .17 credit


https://events.genndi.com/live/169105139238453605/e0ecdbfd7b/jot/74762899
33% trades lose = 40% of trade bet $
66% trades win = 80% of trade bet $
10% gain per week

*/
close near Lower Bollinger Band(20,1.5)
close > ma(90)
rsi(9) crossed above 40
add column annual dividend yield
]



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msg #144421
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8/17/2018 9:28:39 AM

Forget about the above. stopped watching video and
filter is not his info

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Fetcher[
not otcbb
optionable
low between 30 and 50
volume > 321321
close near Lower Bollinger Band(20,1.5)
close > ma(90)
rsi(9) crossed above 40
add column annual dividend yield
]




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msg #144595
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9/7/2018 9:36:17 PM

https://youtu.be/IcUe_fTRR7s



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This options trading tutorial was produced by Jonathan Rose of Active Day Trader. Enjoy.

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msg #144614
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9/9/2018 8:09:08 PM


Fetcher[
optionable
low > 10
volume > 123123
draw rsi(2) < 10
draw williams %R(2) < -80
rsi(9) > rsi(9) 4 days ago
add column annual dividend yield
]



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