Banking Sector Prep, Learn This Options Greek, The Ray Dalio Thesis, (Zero) 0DTE Options vs. Blackjack / tastylive Weekly Roundup
Sep 16, 2023
Regional banks aren’t out of the woods. So, what can you do to protect yourself if more institutions go belly up? To understand banking regulations, the impact of a banking crash on markets and more, be sure to watch Frank Kaberna’s full analysis above.
In options trading, "theta" represents the rate at which the value of an option erodes over time because of the passage of time alone. It measures the daily decay in an option's price, with options losing value as they approach their expiration date. Understanding theta is an easy way to for premium sellers to put an additional variable in their favor, but it can seem complex. Here are some key points for understanding and managing theta:
To understand how to manage your theta for maximized profits, be sure to watch the video above.
Americans are flocking to books by Ray Dalio and Howard Marks for help in understanding the increasingly puzzling economic and political landscape of 2023. In this video, Dylan Ratigan, Chris Vecchio and Ilya Spivak explore how the run-up to the 2024 election is more than just a risk to markets. It speaks to the fundamental need for economic reform.
It’s easy to criticize zero days to expiration (0DTE) options. The instant gratification and low capital requirements needed to trade them can feel like a slot machine to outsiders looking in, but it’s not that simple. Although zero DT options have similarities with gambling, they differ significantly because traders can analyze and trade based on changing market conditions. We ran the numbers on options and gambling to understand where opportunity in the brave new world of 0DTE options.
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