The next time you find yourself in a winning trade and think you can squeeze a little more, consider a few strategies to reduce your risks without giving up on more.
Three options strategies on how to exit a winning or losing trade: long options, vertical spreads, and calendar spreads.
Identifying entry and exit points is crucial for any trading strategy. A simple moving average crossover system can help.
Learn how a covered call options strategy can attempt to sell stock at a target price; collect premium and potentially dividends; and limit tax liability.
Risk controls are an integral part of any trading strategy. Learning the 2% and 6% rules may help you develop a plan to control your risk.
Learn how certain order types such as the limit order and stop-loss order can help you implement your exit strategy for options trades.
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