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sohailmithani
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7/15/2015 4:50:06 PM

Hi Kevin,

Have been using Iron Condors in paper trades. Wondering why we look for delta 0.1 or below and not 0.2 or below with expiry say 3-4 weeks instead of 2 weeks. We can book profits at around 50% and sell more IC (closing earlier ones though).

Also, did you ever consider Implied Volatility in IC trades. These days IV for more indices is very low so can't have big strike ranges and make less money in premiums too.

Need also your thoughts on why QQQ and USO excluded. Both have comparatively higher IV historically (even these days have better IV than SPY, GLD and IWM). Would you recommend some stocks like AAPL to be included.

Your thoughts on the above would be helpful.

Thanks


Eman93
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msg #124681
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8/18/2015 10:30:59 PM

What i have read about monthly iron condors. Take your daily support and resistance and wait for the stock to hit the mid point and do you trade. Its not about when but where. Suck up a month or 2 of premium.

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