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Phil McDonnell explains why the butterfly strategy is one of the best ways to trade an expected sideways or neutral market outlook.
Although many traders utilize stop losses, there are many pitfalls to the technique.
Everyone loses sometimes. The key is to not lose too much on any one trade.
Let's talk about each of these risk metrics and understand the advantages and limitations of each.
The butterfly strategy is one of the safer option strategies available to a trader and is well worth learning.
My motto is that position sizing is the only sure way to reduce risk.
Many traders are confused by how the type of account they have affects their option trading.
At this market juncture the home furnishing stocks are doing well.
The key for an options trader is to know when to put on a protective hedge to manage risk.
This is how to find the ideal size and number of positions for your portfolio.