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buffalodiesel
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buffalodiesel
April 11, 2019 8:53 pm

Well…. anyone try this… he says they use Iron Condors…. but he must be fibbing … since profit on a Iron Condor are fixed at a ceiling… So is this another gimmick …..? As usual he/they claim… consistent profits. Well is that true?

crown2001
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crown2001
October 27, 2019 10:08 am
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I have not tried this, but my understanding is he places Iron Condors outside the expected movement of the stock over earnings. He is hoping the stock doesn’t move as much as expected and is also benefiting from the volatility crush after earnings where Vega drops causing the price of options to drop. The advertising is definitely a gimmick claiming you can turn $5,000 into $250,000. First, it is very poor money management to risk 100% on each trade. Second, according to his published trades he sometimes places two trades on the day making it impossible to realize the aggregated gains advertised. Ultimately, you need to look at his win percentage and profit/loss percentage to determine if this is a profitable way to trade.

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