What’s better 90% or 70% Probability Iron Condor and Credit Spreads Options?

By Brad Reinard, Editor-in-Chief, monthlycashthruoptions.com
Last Update August 6, 2009

This article thoroughly analyzes the pros, cons and risk between 70% and 90% probability iron condors and credit spreads options.  It attempts to dispel possible misinformation in the marketplace about this options trading strategy, and it makes a case that 90% probability trades offer the best risk/reward tradeoff with the least amount of stress and work.

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What’s better…2 point, 3 point, 5 point or 10 point credit spread options on the SPY?

By Brad Reinard, Editor-in-Chief, monthlycashthruoptions.com
Last Update August 6, 2009

This case study analyzes and compares the credit spread option trading strategy of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 10 point credit spreads on the SPY.  The SPY is an ETF that tracks at 1/10th the value of the S&P 500 index.   We make the case that the 3 point credit spread is optimum and provides an excellent risk-adjusted return, minimizes the commission hit, it gives us flexibility to make adjustments when needed if the credit spread “get’s under pressure”, and it keeps the required maintenance level low enough to allow investors with different account sizes to participate in this option trading system.

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