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Join Kirk Du Plessis on The Option Alpha Podcast, created and dedicated to you, the options trader, stock market investor or trading wannabe. If you're looking for inspiration, motivation and actionable advice on how to make smarter trades then join us each week for a new discussion, interview or case study. Discover how you can learn to generate and earn income investing with options (notice we said "earn" which means that there is work involved). Although Kirk confesses he is not a millionaire, he's been supporting his family with income from trading for more than 8 years and has personally coached more than 200 people from all over the world. Option strategies, earnings trades, adjusting trades, option pricing, delta, gamma, theta, risk management, order entry, technical analysis, probability trading and everything that works (and doesn't work) to help you make SMARTER trades.

  
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Kirk Du Plessis: Options Trader, Investor, Entrepreneur and Blogger
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Title
OAP 116 : Debit Spreads Vs Credit Spreads - When To Use Each
Description

Show notes: http://optionalpha.com/show116

You've targeted a stock or ETF setup you like and want to make a directional trade. Maybe some technical indicator alerted you to a possible turn in the underlying or you just needed to hedge your portfolio with a new trade. Whatever the case, you are now left wondering why type of options strategy to pick. How do you decide between trading debit spreads vs. credit spreads and when should you use each style? In today's podcast, I'll walk through the different market environments and setups that might work best for each.

Published
2018-01-15 07:00:00 UTC
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