SteadyOptions is an options trading forum where you can find solutions from top options traders. TRY IT FREE!

We’ve all been there… researching options strategies and unable to find the answers we’re looking for. SteadyOptions has your solution.

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'infographic'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Categories

  • Trading Blog

Forums

  • Public Forums (Open to non-members)
    • Read This First
    • General Board
    • Webinars, Videos and Presentations
    • LC Diversified (LC-D) Strategy
  • SteadyOptions (SO) forums
    • SteadyOptions Trades
    • Earnings Trades Discussions
    • Non-Earnings Trades Discussions
    • Unofficial Trade Ideas
  • PureVolatility (PV) forums
    • PureVolatility Trades
    • PureVolatility Discussions
  • Steady Condors (SC) forums
    • Steady Condors Trades
    • Steady Condors Discussions
    • Bonus strategies
  • Anchor Trades (AN) forums
    • Anchor Trades
    • Anchor Discussions
    • Ratio Diagonal Trades
    • Ratio Diagonal Discussions
  • Members forums
    • Newbies forum
    • Iron Condors and Calendars
    • Strategies, Greeks, Trading Philosophy
    • Chris Welsh's column
    • Technical Issues & Suggestions
    • Directional & Speculative Trades
    • Futures Trading
    • Unusual Options Activity
    • Mark Wolfinger's column
    • Commodities Trading

Calendars

  • Earnings Calendar

Found 13 results

  1. While many traders are already using the non-directional strategy, some are still learning it. In conventional trading method the traders use to think that market runs in a single direction and predict prices accordingly to buy and sell things. Directional trading strategy no doubt is a very risky especially when the market runs in the opposite direction. This is when the role of non directional trading strategy comes in. The following infographic explains what is a non-directional trading, and gives some examples of non-directional trading strategies.
  2. Related articles How We Trade Straddle Option Strategy How We Trade Calendar Spreads Trading An Iron Condor: The Basics Using Directional Butterfly Spread We invite you to join us and learn how we use different types of options strategies. Start Your Free Trial
  3. Related Articles: The Options Greeks: Is It Greek To You? Options Trading Greeks: Theta For Time Decay Options Trading Greeks: Delta For Direction Options Trading Greeks: Gamma For Speed Options Trading Greeks: Vega For Volatility Why You Should Not Ignore Negative Gamma Why Delta Dollars Will Change Your Trading Options Greeks Explained Options Greeks Essentials
  4. Straddle Option Overview

    The following infographic gives a brief introduction of a straddle option strategy.
  5. The following infographic expose 5 common myths about options trading.
  6. Implied volatility increases when the market is bearish. On the other hand, it decreases when the market is bullish. Implied volatility can be derived from the cost of the option. If there are no options traded on a given stock, there would be no way to calculate implied volatility. If there is an increase in implied volatility after a trade has been placed, the price of options generally increases. This is good for the option owner whereas bad for the option seller. If implied volatility decreases after the trade is placed, the price of options also decreases. This is good for the option seller and bad for the option owner. In order to know more about implied volatility, please refer the given infographic.
  7. Consider selling strategies when options are being traded at high implied volatility levels. Consider buying strategies when options are being traded at low implied volatility levels. The following infographic explains some of the aspects of the Implied Volatility: 1. What is Implied Volatility? 2. 2 types of volatility. 3. How options are affected by Implied Volatility? And more. We invite you to join us and learn how we trade our options strategies. Start Your Free Trial
  8. Since individual investors have wider education resources, and multiple strategies can be implemented with options trading, these can be trusted for long-term use. Some of the elements of successful trading include controlling risk, technical analysis, buy and sell indicators, and patterns. However, investors must bear certain steps in mind while spotting out potential trade including keeping a watch over the moving average, understanding overall patterns, and comprehending market trends. All these short-term trading ideas and tricks are required to ensure success. The following infographic explains the concepts of Short Term trading.
  9. This infographic has been designed to make it easier for you to understand option trade.