Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

This is just superb, been searching for "all options strategies" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of – Winoorfa Option Olegroson – (just google it ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my work buddy got excellent success with it.
This was great, I have been researching "software for options trading" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Winoorfa Option Olegroson – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my mate got amazing results with it.
CRBP must've literally dropped its like 900% right after you made this video. Catalyst much? lol.
It’s almost 3:00 and he has yet to even get into it. Cut the fat. I need information. Not you begging for subs and likes. Or explaining irrelevant market history information. Show me how to roll the option. It doesn’t take 11 minutes to do that. Please and thank you.
While some traders utilize this method to “extend the duration” of their trade, ultimately you are closing one position, realizing any gain or loss, and opening a new one.
Can you do a video on vertical rolling over? ON RH Platform.
good stuff, this is gucci.
Bro get to the point Damn! Lol.
What if I want to rollover over,( sell another out) but I no longer have to collateral, I won’t be able to sell right ?
Can you do this on spreads?
TL:DW you close at a loss and buy/sell the same strike price at a later date.
so basically rolling is just closing the contract at a lost and open a new contract..
Never get to the point, he just want to make this video more than 10 minutes so he can put more adds in. Big dislike.
4 whole fucking minutes of just intro. Waste of Time.
Hey guys I have a question. So I want to know how options calls expiring over the strike price works, so in the money. If a stock is worth $2.70 per share and I call a strike price of $3.00, if it expires when the stock price is $3.20. So, do you get the choice to let it expire and then after it expires so you have the right to buy 100 shares of that company for $3.00 a share? If anyone could explain or correct me that’d be awesome. Thanks!
Can you do a live roll options trade one day? Do you prefer it over credit/debit spreads?
Can't you rollover using TOS?
Hey there, do you need to have extra buying power in your account in case you need to roll over?