10 Options Strategies to Know
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1/28/ · A bull spread is a bullish options strategy using either two puts or two calls with the same underlying asset and expiration. more Understanding the Bull Vertical Spread. Darren Tait of the OCC's Investor Services and Alan Grigoletto, OIC's Director of Education join host Joe Burgoyne in discussing various strategies an investor. Bullish strategies in options trading are employed when the options trader expects the underlying stock price to move upwards. It is necessary to assess how high the stock price can go and the timeframe in which the rally will occur in order to select the optimum trading strategy.

Option Strategies for Bull, Bear and Sideway Markets
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1/28/ · A bull spread is a bullish options strategy using either two puts or two calls with the same underlying asset and expiration. more Understanding the Bull Vertical Spread. Therefore the option trading strategies employed has to take into account your judgement on the underlying stock’s direction, timing of movement and how volatile the movement will be. The basic option strategies can be broken down into Long Call, Long Put, Short (Naked) Call and Short (Naked) Put. Bull call spread: Buying a call option at a specific strike and selling a call option at a higher strike. Both options will have the same expiration date and underlying asset. This is used to position for a moderate rise in the underlying, with the sold call lowering the cost of buying a long call outright.

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Darren Tait of the OCC's Investor Services and Alan Grigoletto, OIC's Director of Education join host Joe Burgoyne in discussing various strategies an investor. 5/23/ · Bullish options strategies are used when the options trader expects the stock price to increase. The trader must analyze when the stock price will go up and the time frame in which this will occur. This analysis will help the trader to select a most beneficial trading strategy. Bullish strategies in options trading are employed when the options trader expects the underlying stock price to move upwards. It is necessary to assess how high the stock price can go and the timeframe in which the rally will occur in order to select the optimum trading strategy.

OA: Options Strategies for a Bull Market - Raging Bull
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Why Use Bullish Strategies?

Bullish strategies in options trading are employed when the options trader expects the underlying stock price to move upwards. It is necessary to assess how high the stock price can go and the timeframe in which the rally will occur in order to select the optimum trading strategy. Darren Tait of the OCC's Investor Services and Alan Grigoletto, OIC's Director of Education join host Joe Burgoyne in discussing various strategies an investor. 5/23/ · Bullish options strategies are used when the options trader expects the stock price to increase. The trader must analyze when the stock price will go up and the time frame in which this will occur. This analysis will help the trader to select a most beneficial trading strategy.

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Moderately Bullish

Darren Tait of the OCC's Investor Services and Alan Grigoletto, OIC's Director of Education join host Joe Burgoyne in discussing various strategies an investor. 5/23/ · Bullish options strategies are used when the options trader expects the stock price to increase. The trader must analyze when the stock price will go up and the time frame in which this will occur. This analysis will help the trader to select a most beneficial trading strategy. 1/28/ · A bull spread is a bullish options strategy using either two puts or two calls with the same underlying asset and expiration. more Understanding the Bull Vertical Spread.