Today I submitted an article to Seeking Alpha that I would like to share with you.
Here’s the link – Caterpillar Options
There are lots of ways to make money with multiple calendar spreads. Finding an underlying stock which enjoys an implied volatility (IV) advantage is a good start. That is where Caterpillar (CAT) is right now.
While having an IV Advantage stacks the deck in your favor, it should not be used as a sole determinate in choosing an underlying instrument to trade options on. It is possible to make good returns with the 10K Strategy when you don’t enjoy an IV Advantage, but it is extremely helpful whenever option prices make it possible.
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