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27 Mar 2016

Straddle option strategy is just a non-directional strategy. Which means you can make money without knowing where industry will move. It doesn't matter when it moves up or down, you can make money when it moves either way. options trading

The position is produced by purchasing the exact same amount of call and put options with the exact same strike price and expires at the exact same time. You can find two types of Straddle, long straddle and short straddle. Long Straddle is produced by purchasing an at the cash call option and a put option. The two options are bought at the exact same strike price and expire at the exact same time. A quick Straddle is produced by selling a put and a phone of the exact same stock, strike price and expiration date.

Long Straddle has unlimited profit and limited loss. While on Short Straddle the profit is restricted to the premiums of the options. Short Straddle loss is unlimited if stock price comes up very good or going to zero.

Straddles is often used in uncertainty like before an essential corporate announcement, earning announcement, or drug approval. When the headlines eventually arrives, the price should go up or down radically. Because of its characteristic, it is called a volatile option strategy. Another tip on buying Long Straddle is to get it if it is in low volatility. The price is cheaper than when it's high volatility. When price is consolidating having an expectation that it will bust out, it is the best time and energy to Long Straddle. options greeks

Once you learn technical analysis, you can enter the long straddle position when it shows'triangle'or'wedge'formations. You can observe that the recent highs and lows are coming together. It is a signs of breakouts.

The straddle trade is a long time strategy. It might take anywhere from several days up to month, so that you do not need to view it every few hours.


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