Short strangles. How to mitigate risk? Move the put up if the stock price rises; move the call down if the stock price collapses. Buy a higher call if the stock price rises; buy a lower put if the stock price collapses. Close either the call or the put if the stock price moves against it.
Published by Henry Barnard
I am a voracious reader and also enjoy writing. I often have a very different point of view than the popular one. I do see value in debate, and thought it might add to the public debate on controversial issues if I were to express my contrarian opinions. I also started keeping my poems recently (I've written little pieces my whole adult life but never kept any); and I've been a photographer now for over 25 years. So I will be adding an occasional poem and hopefully interesting photograph to the blog along the way, just to spice things up. View all posts by Henry Barnard