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Options 101 – Managing Credit Spreads

June 18, 2015

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Coach T. is back with the Options 101 series. In this installment, he shows the team how to manage a credit spread. He also discusses the differences between manual and automated management techniques and shows how to set up a contingency in ThinkOrSwim.

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9 Replies to “Options 101 – Managing Credit Spreads”

  1. EmilyMuiruri EmilyMuiruri says:

    LOVE IT!!!!! Thanks Tim

  2. KitnaRhea KitnaRhea says:

    Great video, and great explanations!! Thanks Tim!

  3. MackGrout MackGrout says:

    this video really has a lot of great information

  4. DaveKaufmann says:

    Great post Tim. I am still confused about exits like rolling out a naked position and closing spreads early, a leg at a time. I sure would love to hear from you on these points. Thanks!

  5. I can try to get another video up in the next week or so. Thanks for the requests Mack!

  6. RobMiller says:

    Thank you so much for your clear, concise information that you present! ~Skye

  7. KatwLiu says:

    Hi Tim,
    I cannot find any video for entering Covered calls or naked puts. Can you please post some? I remember seeing one last week but could not find it anymore.

    Thanks and talk to you tonight.

    Kate

  8. HENFYALISON says:

    Hi Tim, Thanks for this video. It has been two weeks since the 3 days seminar in Houston and have learned a lot since then. I watched Jim Francis’ videos that Matt gave us and placed a sample credit spreads as a practice as per his recommendation. Your video helped understand about the contingency orders, setting the alerts and also managed it not as a market order. It is really helpful. Appreciate it.

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