Call Options Trading for Beginners
Covering a call is the act of selling calls to someone in the market in exchange for the option premium. When you’re buying a call, you will be paying the option premium in exchange for the right (but not the obligation) to buy shares at a fixed price by a certain expiry date.
In this video we take a look at a TSLA long call position. We use weekly calls to take advantage of a short-term price rise in the stock when the entire S&P500 and other stocks are selling off.
// Chart Patterns
After you understand risk management and proper stock selection, we teach you how to find stock patterns on charts. Chart patterns are a majority of what most traders focus on, especially small account traders. Sure, we do take fundamental items into account, but 90% of what is done is chart patterns. No we do not mean bear flags, bull flags or wedges, we used a very specific set of patterns to trade with.
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Beginner Options Trading Course: https://www.landsharkeducation.com/remora-options-trading.html
Free Day Trading Blog: https://www.landsharkeducation.com/day-trading-blog
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