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I have received clearance from all departments in HCL Technologies. When will I get relieving and experience letter in the seperation portal?
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Hey fellow Disney Lovers,
I generally have a few lessons in which I can use Pixar shorts to teach students how to identify and discuss literary signposts, how to identify and explain the development of theme, character traits, and other narrative elements. What are some of your favorite shorts? I am trying to incorporate activities where my students get to choose their own clips for independent practice with these skills and need a variety to draw from.
To our Asian members, I want you know we stand with you in solidarity. These acts of violence are beyond words and should be labeled as domestic terrorism.
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If you don’t have a job right now, did you qualify for unemployment or the pandemic unemployment? Anyone not qualify for either?
Are Money Service Businesses (money transmitter) considered Financial Institutions under Regulation E? They don’t exactly fit the definition of an FI, but there is a lot of gray area.
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I am resetting in 2021. Any suggestions? Portfolio went up 20-25% over the months, but I am going to mostly focus on holding stocks and doing options in 2021. No more swing trades. Don’t want to buy/sell actual stocks too much.
I know every combo of options now but targeting $1.5-2.5k (profits) in safeish options trades. How do you y’all play safeish options?!? TIA!
Bit suprised by the aggressive bid this evening. Is the market setting up for a suprise sell. TD Sequential on a daily basis shouts YES. Last time we did this, had a huge down day. Basically, up for 8-9 straight closes, then 4 closes later, if still higher than these early closes, sell. That's the setup. It worked in June. Will it work now? I know I said bullish; but I think at this level, you have to be short just to see whether the bulls can save it at that HWB long at 3132.00.
Closing red tomorrow?
i’m not really a conspiracy theorist, but does anyone else think the fed may be buying index futures, or at least trying to persuade other actors to do so? look up plunge protection team
Anybody buying today?
Thoughts on SPY $240p for 5/4? Keep or sell? Already at -51% , the dip today did not make a dent at all
Thoughts on Square’s acquisition of Tidal?
We are pinned between two 50% levels, the 50% long and the 50% short. Hence, the range overnight. Below 3047.50, we are bearish with 3000 target. Above 3047.50, 3090 is the objective. Now, short 3033
7/31 Thread (General):
Sell or hold BABA?
Food for thought: if the VIX existed during the great depression. What would it’s peak have been when the market was at its lowest? Anyway to back calculate that?
Wish I had FB calls. Geezzzzzzzzz
Has any here sold covered calls on iShare Bonds. Has been very consistent the past 15 years
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ARK Funds risk. A few of us were speculating about this the other week. This guy explains it more thoroughly.
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Three tax guys talking options strategy... hmm.
Seriously, there are lots of resources out there to help educate yourself. To do options right it gets a little technical (but you don’t always have to get deep into the math).
I would spend some time working through videos on Options Alpha, Project Options, of Tasty Trade before lighting your money on fire.
^ this isn't true. There are several cheap stocks where call option prices are $1 or less. Sure you won't be able to find something on AAPL or SPY that cheap unless you go way OTM but some SNAP trades are still around that range.
AT&T also has call options that can be pretty cheap.
OP - look for stocks that are less than $20 and have low volatility. Not as many stocks out there that meet this criteria, but that's where you can find near the money options that are about $1.
Not many options are priced at $1 (x100) unless they are very risky and low success rate. I would try paper trading first to make sure you get the hang of it. With $100 it’s more likely just 1 gamble
Also, just an opinion, but to start out with wayyy OTM is not really a bad strategy
Options are not a game. Learn how they are priced and learn to manage risk.
1. Start with a little above $100...maybe increase it to $150-$200.
2. You can either play weekly lotto (same week expiry) but this is very risky but high reward or you can play deep OTM longer expiry (think of $BA late August calls, around $200 strike call)
3. At least in the beginning, don’t buy puts. There are plenty of stocks you can rinse and repeat with calls than managing puts
Btw, I also only have a little bit of experience, and BC and STA1 are great resource, so listen to them!
No one exercises options lol 😂
M1, no need to belittle someone trying to genuinely learn and seeking help. There are other ways to say what you want to say that is actually helpful and constructive.
Also, your statement is categorically false. People do exercise options, including those who trade options to augment their long/short portfolios
OP - take a looking writing covered calls/puts if you are looking to learn. It’s another way to approach options by ‘playing the odds of the and house’ can be a nice way to add income to your portfolio for holding on to (or shorting) stocks
Not true that few options are at $1. It really just links with stock price. You can’t find cheap calls on SPY or many big tech companies, but traditional industries for sure. Banking, auto, some consumer staples are all pretty cheap. My first put option was like a WFC for $90 and made $25. Just to get the feel of it. Also if you really see it as a game...try htz(I’m not giving serious investment advice obviously, just saying there are cheap options like that). Just make sure you start with something with a decent trade volume so you can trade it when you want.
Learn the basics, the Greeks (mainly delta and theta to start), IV along with historical IV. Learn how to statistically position your trade less on speculation and more on statistics. How to calculate premiums, how IV relates to expected price range at expiration. Watch bid/ask spreads and look for stocks with high volume/interest so you don't get stuck holding.
Learn what rolling up/down/out means and how to take gains or reposition. And definitely use a trading platform catered to options trading. Yes, trading options is easy on RH, but you are missing a lot of useful information.
Don't buy because of FOMO after you watch a stock skyrocket. Look what Kodak did over the last week and what ADT will likely due tomorrow at open. If you are going to buy way out of the money options as someone suggested, be prepared to take plenty of losses before landing anything substantial. Yes, it's fun, but so is roulette lol.
If you're interested, I can share some of my basic strategies on scanning options.