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One Easy fix for traders getting stopped out too early or cutting profits too soon…

Options trading can appear intimidating to some traders. To make money, you must understand how option values fluctuate, the risks of option positions and the regulations pertaining to option expiration. You can have option positions that expire after periods ranging from one day to more than a year.

Day trading options

The term “day trading” assumes that a trader opens and closes positions within a single trading session and doesn’t take positions overnight. Also, when talking about day trading, people generally think of instruments such as – equities, ETFs and futures. Not options.

How to read P&L Charts (part 1)

The question considered in this article might seem too obvious, and one might say that there is nothing to discuss. But our user support experience tells us that often people who are entirely new in options spent excessive time on trying to figure out what's happening on options payoff function profiles. Having a well-developed skill

Day trading options

The term “day trading” assumes that a trader opens and closes positions within a single trading session and doesn’t take positions overnight. Also, when talking about day trading, people generally think of instruments such as – equities, ETFs and futures. Not options.

How to read P&L Charts (part 1)

The question considered in this article might seem too obvious, and one might say that there is nothing to discuss. But our user support experience tells us that often people who are entirely new in options spent excessive time on trying to figure out what's happening on options payoff function profiles. Having a well-developed skill