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  1. Default Options - Swing Plans

    This thread is for discussing medium term trades that are high probability using options only.

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    abadabiast Guest


    This is an example of Doc's OptionsMD trades and results for 2012. Keep in mind Doc's interest is simply generating "some" income (1%) per month. So obviously, this is not a sole source. The teaching offers a "job" income. But that doesn't mean a trader can't choose to increase his/her profits buy making multiple trades in multiple or the same account.

    2012 IncomeRx Trades & Results

    January 2012 (monthly income = $1380) SPY 138/140 Bear Call spread
    SPY 104/106 Bull Put spread
    SPY 135/137/139 Call Butterfly
    SPY 104 Vega Hedge puts
    SPY 110 Put Calendar Spread
    SPY 122/131 JAN/FEB Double Calendar
    SPY 126 JAN/FEB Put Calendar
    SDS 22 Covered Calls
    SSO 48 Covered Calls
    SSO Underlying Call-out
    SPY Weekly Options positions (2)

  3. #3
    abedetunubat Guest


    I'm curious, is it safe to say that "swing plans" will be directional trades?

  4. Default

    No. Not necessarily, although they can be. The type of trade isn't what makes up the swing. It's more about the duration of the trade. I would define it simply as a duration of holding the trade for longer than a week, and more likely a month or two. OptionsMD defines weekly trades as "low probability" with higher risk. The 2 month trades are "high probability" with more defensive measures imposed.



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