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Updated: Watchlist & Webinar


Stock Options and Investing 101 will be a total of 3 classes.


· July 11th at 9am EST - How to Allocate Cash in a Portfolio, LEAPS

· July 18th at 9am EST - Advantage of Using Option Spreads

· July 25th at 9am EST - Running the Wheel Strategy


Date and times are subject to change.


The goal of this series of classes is to take a beginning trader and build a working level of understanding in basic to intermediate options. I will also set aside time for question and answer. I expect the sessions to last from 45-60 minutes. My recommendation is to understand how calls and puts work before taking my 101 class.


Weekly Watchlist

Short Term Options: (Waiting for Triggers) $CAT $TTWO $QQQ $UDOW $DFS $SPY $MS $SHOP $AAPL $PYPL $AAP "The stock market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient." -- Warren Buffett. ​ “In reality, no one knows what the market will do; trying to predict it is a waste of time, and investing based upon that prediction is a speculative undertaking.” -- Seth Klarman Long Term/Swing Trades: BTC: Target $60k; Entry <$30k; Risk 4 GEVO: Target $11; Entry $6; Risk 5 ARKG: Target $100; Entry $75; Risk 3 NAIL: Target $115; Entry <$80; Risk 3 COIN: Target $350; Entry <$250; Risk 4 ​ ​ ​ ​FAQ

  • Risk is on a scale of 1-5 with 1 being the least risky and 5 being the most risky.

  • This Watchlist is always evolving and updating.

  • This is meant for educational purposes only. You need to do your own research and make decisions on which type, if any, positions you want to enter in.

  • For more information including technical and fundamental analysis, see the blog.

  • Some profits are better than no profits! For options, I usually take profits at 25/50/100% and let the rest (if any) to ride until closer to expiration. Don't wait for me to close out! When your position reaches +25% profit, close out a portion of you position. Do that at 50% and 100% as well. Ex. If you have a position of 4 contracts. Sell 1 contract at +25% and sell another at +50%. Sell the other two either at 75/100%. Or leave one to ride all the way until expiration. You should watch your own positions and do what you feel comfortable with. After all, you are responsible for your trades.

  • My personal recommendation is to only allocate 5-10% of your entire portfolio for options trading. If you are working with a small account, you might choose to use a much higher percentage for options trading to initially build up your account balance.



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