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This category contains information about various options trading strategies, including both single-leg and multi-leg options trades and hedges, their risks, potential rewards and why traders and investors use them.

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    Bull Call Spread Options Strategy 

    Bull call spreads are a popular options trading strategy used by investors who are moderately bullish on a particular underlying asset. This strategy involves buying a call option with a lower strike price and simultaneously selling a call option with a higher strike price, both with the same expiration date. The goal is to profit …
    Bull Call Spread Options Strategy
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    Strap Options Strategy 

    In the world of options trading, there are a multitude of strategies that traders can utilize to try and achieve their desired outcomes. One such strategy is known as the strap, which is a variation of the more well-known straddle strategy. The strap is a bullish options trading strategy that involves buying two call options …
    Strap Options Strategy
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    Call Calendar Spread Options Strategy 

    Call calendar spreads are a popular options trading strategy used by traders to take advantage of the difference in time decay between two call options with different expiration dates. In this article, we will dive into the details of call calendar spreads, including how they work, how to trade them, and some potential advantages and …
    Call Calendar Spread Options Strategy
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    Put Backspread Options Strategy 

    Put backspreads, also known as put ratio backspreads, are an advanced options trading strategy used by experienced traders and investors to profit from market volatility. This strategy involves selling a certain number of put options at a specific strike price and simultaneously buying a greater number of put options at a lower strike price. The …
    Put Backspread Options Strategy
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    Reverse Iron Condor Options Strategy 

    Reverse iron condors are an advanced options trading strategy that can potentially provide traders with high rewards, but also with significant risks. This strategy involves buying both a call spread and a put spread on the same underlying asset, with the goal of profiting from large movements in either direction. In this article, we will …
    Reverse Iron Condor Options Strategy
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    Put Diagonal Spread Options Strategy 

    Put diagonal spreads are an advanced options trading strategy that can help traders generate income while managing risk. This strategy involves buying and selling put options with different strike prices and expiration dates. By utilizing this strategy, traders can potentially benefit from both time decay and price movements in the underlying asset. In this article, …
    Put Diagonal Spread Options Strategy
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    Wheel Trading Strategy 

    The “Wheel Trading Strategy” is an options trading strategy that involves selling cash-secured put options with the intention of either acquiring the underlying stock at a discounted price or generating income through option premiums. This strategy is also sometimes referred to as the “Stock Wheel Strategy” or simply “The Wheel.” This strategy aims to reduce …
    Wheel Trading Strategy
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    Zero Days to Expiration (0DTE) Options Strategy 

    Options trading provides investors with a wide array of strategies to potentially profit from the movement, or lack of movement, in the underlying asset. One such strategy that has garnered attention is the Zero Days to Expiration (0DTE) options strategy. In this article, we will delve into what this strategy entails, how to trade it, …
    Zero Days to Expiration (0DTE) Options Strategy