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Buying Put Options – Live Trade example

Buying a Put Option serves two purposes – exploit a bearish move in the stock or be the ultimate protector of your stock. In this part of the course, we take the example of the Euro ETF (FXE) and show how the trade played out in about 25 days time. We analyze the rationale behind entering the trade, the risk/reward profile, chart analysis and point of entry, choice of expiry and “moneyness" of the Option, time decay considerations, margin requirements, profit expectations, exit criteria, Greek analysis, its Profit and Loss profile and various other considerations. We provide a 360-degree analysis before trade entry. We show you how to “let your winners run" in a controlled manner.

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Criteria for Long Puts

Milking profits

Live Trade example over 2 weeks

Scaling out of huge profit positions

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