How to Hedge, Win More Than Half Your Trades, Why is Sosnoff Closing This Position, The Next Major Commodity
Nov 2, 2023
Ever considered that short calls and short puts can be more than just bearish plays? These neutral positions provide downside protection, albeit with some limitations as hedges. Discover the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of using S&P 500 products like SPY to hedge your portfolio.
Mike Butler and Nick Battista break down how they use premium-selling strategies and collar trades to more effectively hedge a portfolio with limited capital. If you’re looking to hedge, this is a must-watch.
If you're new to trading, this snippet could change your perspective. While return on capital often takes the limelight, it's also crucial to consider the probability of profit. This video unveils the inverse correlation between return on capital and probability of profit, highlighting the sacrifices often made when pursuing higher returns.
Dive into strategies like transforming an iron condor into a strangle or enhancing your positions within a spread to increase the probability of profit. Learn to strike the perfect balance between a high return on capital and a probability of profit that aligns with your risk tolerance and personal preferences. In trading, it's not about choosing one metric over the other—it's about considering both in harmony.
Stay in the loop with this sneak peek into recent market developments. The 10-year yield's remarkable breach of 5% after 16 years has ignited discussions. Tech giants' earnings, including the likes of Microsoft (MSFT) and Amazon (AMZN), have seen interesting fluctuations, while other tech leaders like Tesla (TSLA) and Google’s parent, Alphabet (GOOGL), experienced different trajectories. Meanwhile, conflict in the Middle East is leading veteran trader Tom Sosnoff to consider closing one of his positions. To see which position and why he may be closing it, watch our full analysis.
This week’s Truth or Skepticism show delves into a diverse array of topics, from labor unions and social media subscriptions to cryptocurrency and potential acquisitions. Get a glimpse of how a subscription model Meta (META), the social media giant formerly known as Facebook, could reshape the world of data collection and social media dynamics. Is your personal data the next big commodity? Market gurus Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan debate exactly that on this week’s program.
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