Urgent Video Trade Alert #2

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The most important monetary decision of modern times took place less than 24 hours ago and the widely held view is that $600Bn more from the Federal Reserve will produce higher rates of inflation and interest rates in the future. Stocks reacted to the anticipated dollar devaluation by rising.

And one stock in particular that maintained its bullish trend was Deere. Incorporating both macro and micro factors, Mark Espy spotted a short-term opportunity to take advantage of a continued uptrend while also capitalizing on stagnation or a slight pullback. Long delta, Positive Theta.

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3 thoughts on “Urgent Video Trade Alert #2

  1. Herb

    The long ITM call make sense, the short OTM call does not = in my mind there isn’t enough premium in relation to the cost of the long call …
    I’ve gone long on DE about one month ago and will buy more and perhaps collar it later if the upward trend slows …

    • Mark

      Hi Herb, The Short Call took some of the directionality out of the trade and gave it some hedge. The position was essentially a synthetic Covered Call using the Long Call as a stock substitute. The trade may still optimize if the stock does not escalate beyond the 80 Short Call strike more that the premium collected. In the meantime we got the appreciation on the Long Call up to 80. Not a bad trade. You can always buy back the Short Call if it appears that the stock wants to run higher. Mark

  2. Gareth

    So great that you have already been making money on DE, that’s fantastic! I’ve asked Mark to chime in on his video alert.

    The market popped higher as he predicted from the time he recorded the video, but maybe a little too quickly! I’m sure he’ll join the conversation shortly…thanks for the feedback!

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