The best option for options if you think TSLA is going down?
I mean, I think selling calls would be a place to start, but is there a better strategy like a covered call or iron condor or something?
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Ok, I/we may have misunderstood your question. Options are complicated as is already so I keep it simple and generate high returns, I never liked some of the strategies that limit upside or offer limited returns as well.ajdedo wrote: ↑ Wow. 7 replies. And not a single person understood the question.... I guess this board is not as smart as they think they are, and are just too afraid to admit it.
I mean really. It's like talking to children.... "Now Brian. Do you know what clouds are made of?" - Brian: "Uh... yeah.... they're made from.... you're stupid!".
Good one guys, real good. Keep up the good work....
If you don't know Option Strategies, then just say so, or don't even reply. Nobody cares if your ego is bruised.....
Feb 23rd, 2021 6:59 am
Thanks for your answer. Though I do not have a long position, nor do I want one. My question was about shorting the stock by using options in a way to protect against some large swing to upside.badmus wrote: ↑ Ok, I/we may have misunderstood your question. Options are complicated as is already so I keep it simple and generate high returns, I never liked some of the strategies that limit upside or offer limited returns as well.
Married Put if all you want is to protect your long position would be my answer. What I mentioned earlier is the same as the “Long Put” strategy and the best way to do it IMO.
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