Option strategies for directionless markets; trading with butterflies, iron butterflies, and condors.9781576602492
Option strategies for directionless markets; trading with butterflies, iron butterflies Iron Butterfly
An options strategy that is created with four options at three consecutively higher strike prices. The two options located at the 'middle strike' create a long or short straddle (one call and one put with the same strike price and expiration date) depending on , and condors.
Saliba, Anthony J.
Saliba, a trader and trainer in options, provides readers with tools and tactics to address a sideways, or directionless, market--one that is neither bull nor bear. He focuses on strategies in the butterfly butterfly, any of a large group of insects found throughout most of the world; with the moths, they comprise the order Lepidoptera. There are about 12 families of butterflies. Most adult moths and butterflies feed on nectar sucked from flowers. family of options--butterflies, condors, and iron butterflies. He illustrates numerous market scenarios to show when and how to apply the butterfly strategies, with details on how to identify, enter, manage, and exit a trade. Chapter concept reviews, exercises, quizzes, and answers are included. An interview with the author gives more advice on using the strategies in real-life situations. Appendices ap·pen·di·ces
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