Ambiguity Rules (patience is key)

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SEPT 06, 2023
Very Little Consistency…

The market’s energetic upwards rebound was accompanied by almost zero big money derivatives participation from the main index ETFs.

Oil & Gas continues to perform well in accordance with expectations.

Within the main sectors there is little consistency, so it’s rather ambiguous out there right now…

Follow the money,

— Guy Cohen
Risk Management in Put Selling: Navigating Market Fluctuations with Confidence

Throughout my trading journey, I've always emphasized the importance of risk management.

While selling puts can be a lucrative strategy, it's essential to approach it with a plan.

Over the years, I've honed several tools and techniques to ensure I'm always prepared for market fluctuations. Let me share some of these insights with you.

1. Diversification:
One of the cardinal rules in any investment strategy is not to put all your eggs in one basket.

2. Set Aside Adequate Capital:
Always ensure you have enough capital to buy the stock if it's put to you. Remember, when you sell a put, you're committing to purchasing the stock at the strike price.

3. Choose Stocks Wisely:
Sell puts on stocks you wouldn't mind owning. This way, if the stock is put to you, you're acquiring a quality asset that can potentially appreciate in value or provide dividend income.

4. Use Stop Orders:
Consider setting up stop orders to automatically buy back the put option if the stock price moves against you beyond a certain point. This can limit potential losses and give you more control over your trades.

5. Limit Order Usage:
When selling puts, use limit orders instead of market orders. This ensures you receive a premium that aligns with your desired return, giving you more control over the trade's terms.

6. Periodic Review:
Regularly review your open positions and assess the market conditions. If a stock has experienced significant changes or if there are upcoming events that might impact its price, consider adjusting your strategy.

7. Educate Yourself:
The world of options trading is vast and ever-evolving. Continuously educate yourself. The more knowledge you have, the better equipped you'll be to navigate the complexities of the market.

Risk management is not about avoiding risks but understanding and mitigating them.

By employing these techniques, you can approach put selling with confidence, ensuring you're well-prepared for whatever the market throws your way.

For decades, I’ve used one singular strategy to grow only my biggest accounts.

And if you’ve got a trading account of $50,000 or more, I want to share it with you.

I’m going live tomorrow, Thursday, September 7th @ 1pm Eastern.

To join me, all you need to do is click here to register your spot.

Trade safe,

Jack Carter

P.S. I know trading with a large account can be nerve-wracking. But with a greater than 94% win rate, this strategy is one I’ve used for decades with tremendous success. Click here to register your spot.


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