HOW TO PROTECT PROFITS & LIMIT LOSSES WHEN TRADING OPTIONS! …



In today’s video I want to talk about a very important options trading topic that will help us limit our losses and/or protect our profits when trading options. This is …

18 thoughts on “HOW TO PROTECT PROFITS & LIMIT LOSSES WHEN TRADING OPTIONS! …”

  1. wouldn't you want to set your limit price further away from your stop price so that when the underlying stock moves quickly against you, it has a higher chance of being filled..?
    if you set you xpev call option stop at 0.6
    and your limit order is also at 0.6 what if its falls quickly down to 0.5 before your order can be filled. now you're in a bad situation i have had this problem trading 0dte options on spy and trying to sell a market order at my mental stop loss, only to find the stock is dropping so rapidly my order cant be filled because of the stupid 5% collar they put on the market order, how can I increase the probability of getting filled before my option become deep otm please help

  2. I feel like if you do this you will get stopped out by the broker every time. Call me cynical but I can't put this much trust in a broker. Maybe I'm wrong.

  3. It's also important to know that Robinhood will not allow you to do this if you are restricted from day trading, as long as you have the alerts turned on to protect you from getting your account restricted from trading at all for 90 days. Going through this right now as my account fell below 25k, I was marked as a pattern day trader and I can't day trade until August unless I bring my account back to 25k or more.

  4. I add you in discord sk_masud but I can not get access your channel also I want to be a premium member, please let me know how I can do that

  5. I have about 5% of my portfolio in uranium Bitcoin any advice on any other Bitcoin that I can grow my $300k capital to a million dollars?

  6. Thanks for the lesson on stop limit orders for contracts, but how do i stop limit orders on multi contract strategies like iron condors & bull/put spreads?

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