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Happy Financial Freedom Friday! I love these Friday?s as we discuss option trading. I am all about

[Using Market Conditions As A Trading Advantage]( Happy Financial Freedom Friday! I love these Friday’s as we discuss option trading. I am all about “Knowing”. Above and beyond what you are learning about the option trading process, is knowing you are in the right place, at the right time, reading the right information or selecting the right equity at the right strike price. Knowing brings a high level of positivity compared to stressing and worrying you have likely made a mistake. Which do you think is apt to have the better result? You’ve got this. Let’s jump in. [...Read More]( --------------------------------------------------------------- [Year End Rally Or Bust?]( From Keith Harwood, OptionHotline.com Perhaps it’s time to accept a holiday rally into the end of year, as many signals are aligning. Two weeks ago, I was looking at some potential upside in technology, and while it lasted for about a week, we had a short-term top a week ago, which was signaled by the VIX. Basically, we’re seeing the market give little moves on a weekly basis while looking for a bigger trend. [...Read More]( --------------------------------------------------------------- [Chart of Day: Nvidia (NVDA)]( We expect to see big things from Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) in the New Year. For one, the company should continue to benefit from its massive push into virtual reality, the metaverse, and the company’s Omniverse. Two, billionaires like John Overdeck and David Siegel recently bought over 1.2 million shares of NVDA. [...Read More]( --------------------------------------------------------------- [How We Spotted A Move That Doubled]( A few weeks ago we looked at using put options in a choppy markets that had the storm cloud of earnings on the horizon. (you can read it [here](.) Earnings came and went and the storm rolled through. The stock we looked at was Tesla, TSLA and it didn’t disappoint in disappointing. This was on top of us spotting it about a month prior to that with another put option that doubled. (you can see that article [here](.) [...Read More]( --------------------------------------------------------------- [Is This Trade A Trap?]( In a perfect world you want to have zero risk in your trades, but we all know that doesn’t exist. Sometimes, you have to find a trade that is a bit of a long shot. By managing your position size appropriately, you can make sure that the long shot doesn’t wipe you out if it tanks but still bi in it to win it if it takes off. [...Read More]( --------------------------------------------------------------- [Chart of Day: Disney Co. (DIS)]( Disney (DIS) has been a disaster. Over the last few weeks, the stock fell from about $125 to $91.80. But that’ll happen when a company misses on earnings and guidance, with streaming losses widening. In its fourth quarter, the company posted $20.2 billion in sales, which missed expectations for $21.3 billion. Net income of $162 million was short of $788 million estimates. Even Disney Parks took a hit. [...Read More]( --------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------- [TradeWins Logo]( © 2022 Tradewins Publishing. All rights reserved. | [Privacy Policy]( | [Terms and Conditions]( | [Contact Us]( © 2021 Tradewins Publishing. All rights reserved. | Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions | Contact Us Auto-trading, or any broker or advisor-directed type of trading, is not supported or endorsed by TradeWins. For additional information on auto-trading, you may visit the SEC's website: All About Auto-Trading, TradeWins does not recommend or refer subscribers to broker-dealers. You should perform your own due diligence with respect to satisfactory broker-dealers and whether to open a brokerage account. You should always consult with your own professional advisers regarding equities and options on equities trading. 1. 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