An iron condor on Google shares
Shared options trading knowledge and more
Written by Douglas Estadt
Author Adam Warner of http://DailyOptionsReport.com shares his options trading knowledge.
In this range bound market and especially in range bound stocks, how are professional traders making profitable trades? Adam walks us through one possible manner to profit if a certain stock remains within a set range.
- Why an iron condor play is an attractive risk/reward scenario for range bound stocks.
- Adam does detailed demonstration of an iron condor for google at today's prices.
- For additional explanations, see his book "Options Trading Volatility" http://stk.ly/cHKdF9
To see Adam walk us through this exact trade, view the video below
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