High Implied Volatility for more Options Profit

Before explaining high Implied volatility we look first what Implied Volatility (IV) is. IV is one of the most important metrics to understand when trading options. Implied volatility is the estimated volatility, of a stocks price. Implied volatility increases while the market is uncertain about the changes in the stock or sector market, about earnings, companies decisions, or if people are bearish. The market is […]

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High Probability Trading

Many traders go around searching for that one perfect trading strategy that works all the time in the market. Frequently, they will complain that a strategy doesn’t work. Few people understand that successful trading of the market entails the application of High Probability Trading with proper risk and money management strategy. The decision to take control of your financial future […]

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Advantages by Trading Implied Volatility

Trading Implied Volatility is selling the premium of the volatility expectation that is priced into individual options. The implied volatility of an option is actually backed out of the price of the option. All the inputs of an options pricing model are known (time to expiration, strike, price, interest rates) except for the volatility that the option is pricing in. […]

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How will Standard Deviation help in trading

Option Premium sellers often sell options one Standard Deviation away from the market price. In this way there is a high probability of profit. The Options sold may expire worthless or you take profits now buy buying them back. Standard Deviation is a statistical term that measures the amount of variability or dispersion around an average. It is a number […]

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