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How to use the Theta Research Journal to find cashflow candidates

October 17, 2015

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In this video tutorial, Coach Tim teaches how to find the best candidates to trade cash flow options strategies using Tackle Trading’s Theta Research Journal.

With Tackle Trading’s Theta Research Journal, you will better qualify and quantify the risk and reward of all of your cash flow trading candidates including:

  • Short Puts
  • Covered Calls
  • Bull Put Spreads
  • Bear Call Spreads
  • Iron Condors
  • Short Strangles
  • Calendar Spreads (Time Spreads)

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6 Replies to “How to use the Theta Research Journal to find cashflow candidates”

  1. Nicholas Kingsbury says:

    Yea I absolutely love the TTOS spreadsheet. Really helps to stay organized and compare/contrast. How does one go about acquiring the OPJS spreadsheet?

  2. Kody Potter says:

    I have the same question as Nicholas. Where do we find the OPJS spreadsheet? Thanks for the video it was awesome.

  3. Tim Justice says:

    email team@tackletrading .com or timjusticementoring@gmail .com and I can get you a copy. Glad you enjoyed the video.

  4. STEWGILGIS says:

    These spreadsheets will be very helpful for anyone getting started and managing their accounts.

  5. GeorgesAguehounde says:

    Does anyone know where I can find the credit spread excel sheet ?

  6. Tim Justice says:

    Hi George,

    The spreadsheet is available for download inside the post above. Find the link and you can get it directly.

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