What if you had a strategy to quickly HEDGE directional risk, in ANY type of market environment, and even turn around losing trades… AND… maybe even turn them into winners??

AND… What if that same strategy took advantage of time decay AND volatility collapse more so than any other method?

This strategy would create a major trading edge for any trade taken, tilting the trading odds way in your favor….

Would this strategy be worth your time to learn?

If YES, here’s your opportunity…

Part I:  The Trade Foundation

  • Option Greeks vital for trading the Butterfly & Long Condor
  • Theta Decay & its impact on the Butterfly & Long Condor
  • Volatility & the Importance of Volatility Crush when Constructing the Butterfly and Long Condor
  • Pricing the Option The Effects of Time and Volatility
  • Using Fibonacci Price Target Mapping & Standard Deviation for selecting high probability directional price targets

Part II: What Really Makes Them Work

  • Imperative Basics That Many Traders Miss When Using Butterflies & Long Condors 
  • Butterfly and Long Condor Spread Foundation the Vertical Option
    Spread
  • How, Why and When to Use the:

→ Long Call or Put Butterfly
→ Wide Wing Directional Butterfly
→ Broken Wing Butterfly
→ Ratio Butterfly
→ Broken Wing Ratio Butterfly
→ Iron Butterfly
→ Vacation Butterfly
→ Long Condor

  • Best Option Time Frames to Use, to Capitalize on the Butterfly & Long Condor Option Spreads for Trading Stocks, ETFs, Indexes & Futures
  • How to Structure Setups with Returns of 10-to-1 or 12-to-1 with as Little as $10 per Option Contract of Capital at Risk
  • How to Profit from Option Volatility Collapse and Theta Decay Using the Butterfly and Long Condor
  • How to Trade a Monthly Option Expiration Butterfly Strategy to Generate High Returns on Low Risk & Little Capital 12 Times a Year, AKA Option Pinning
  • Pinning, Price Target Set-Ups for the Butterfly and Long Condor Spread Using Unusual Option Activity & Fibonacci
  • A Unique Option Spread that Benefits from Combining the  [Vertical Debit Spread + Vertical Credit Spread] to Create a Theta Positive, [Low Capital at Risk-High Reward] Trade that Can Provide Trading Returns of 100%, 200%, 300% or Greater!
  • How, Why & When to Use the Long Option Condor Spread in your Directional Trading for Controlled Risk & High Returns 

Part III: Hedging     

  • Progression of HEDGING
  • How to Use the Butterfly and Long Condor to Hedge Core Positions
  • How to Use the Butterfly and Long Condor to Defend the Vertical Debit Spread
  • How to Defend a Vertical Credit Spread the Butterfly Defense
  • Step by Step Check List on When & How to Put the Butterfly & Long Condor On & Take Them Off
  • Execution and Management of the Butterfly and Long Condor Option Spread
  • Resources:  

             → Exchange Traded Funds to Use
             → Assignment Risk
             → Expiration Risk
             → Auto Exercise & Assignment

  • Butterfly & Long Condor Trading Library

  • And a Lot More…

 

 

 

How to Trade the Butterfly and Long Condor for Consistent Income with Managed Risk

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Hypothetical performance results have many inherent limitations, some of which are described below.  No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown; in fact, there are frequently sharp differences between hypothetical performance results and the actual results subsequently achieved by any particular trading program. One of the limitations of hypothetical performance results is that they are generally prepared with the benefit of hindsight.  In addition, hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no hypothetical trading record can completely account for the impact of the financial risk of actual trading.  For example, the ability to withstand losses or to adhere to a particular trading program in spite of trading losses are material points which can also adversely affect actual trading results. There are numerous other factors related to the markets in general or to the implementation of any specific trading program which cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of hypothetical performance results and all which can adversely affect trading results