Subscribers gain instant access to David White's recent subscriber webinar on options trading and asymmetric trades.
Since Dave White's first paper in Stocks and Commodities magazine in 2004 on options expiration, he has been a disciple of asymmetric trades. That is small but higher risk trades for huge returns. This allows even those that are right just half the time to still make good money. Being right just 50 percent of the time but returning 400 percent on wins is a great model for profit.
Single indicators work at certain times. Using all indicators ends up with paralysis by analysis. The mid-ground is an ensemble, not a solo act and not an orchestra. See how to put together a jazzy ensemble of proprietary indicators of Options Expiration Charts, Sector Oscillators, The Power Law Vector indicator, highly shorted, daily shorting indicators and put/call ratios. Find trades and zero in on them like a rifle and not a shotgun.
A good trader’s job is not trading but finding the right trades. See how to find out when to act!
Topics covered as part of Dave's webinar archive:
• How options market makers place their bets.
• How Delta Neutral strategies show the beliefs of Options Market Makers.
• What is gamma hedging?
• How options expiration charts are made.
• The basic patterns of options expiration charts and what they tell a trader.
• What months are tough for this technique and why.
• What is price pin risk? Why do stocks pin so regularly?
• Why you should consider exercising options.
• The indicators I use to plan options expiration trades.
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It’s a fact of life. In most cases, there’s the hard way and the easy way. The same applies to financial markets which generally move in two distinct trends: Up or down. If not trending, markets are moving sideways, where there is an on-going battle between sellers and buyers.
As is often the norm, traders are most comfortable with their stock buying when the market’s rising. Buying as cheap as possible or going short at top prices is often not the point. But to buy or sell at the right time is. Simply put, prices, like everything else, move along the lines of least resistance.
Path of Least Resistance Details:
Additionally, wherever the resistance is at the stock is what often determines price. If the resistance is pushing from the ground up - it pushes the stock up. Conversely, if the resistance is at the top, it will push the stock down. Trading support and resistance levels to find the path of least resistance is a key skill for a trader.