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Previous Analysis now publicly available:
Weekend Portfolio Analysis (June 10, 2018) 
Recent Trading Activity


Market Conditions
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Stochastics: 74 (Neutral. Down from 96 last week)
McClellan: -12 (Neutral. Down from +102 last week)
Stocks above their 20 DMA: 59% (Neutral. Down from 68% last week)

No man's land

The 2800 level proved to be strong resistance again. I'm keeping the idea that the playing range is 2,660 to 2,800 for now (I removed the potential support down at 2,540 for now).

The SPX index closed last Friday at 2779.03 and this Friday it closed at an almost identical 2779.66. Yet, all three oscillators went down clearly. I usually see this bearish divergence as a predecessor of price declines. Obviously, nothing is 100% certain in the markets, but I have a small bearish bias for the upcoming week. 


The Russell Index:
(Click on image to enlarge)
Still firmly in all-time high territory but struggling a bit to keep going. My position there (yellow lines), probably a little too close on the Put side. Byproduct of entering the position so late at 38 days to expiration instead of the usual 42.


Current Portfolio:
The SPY Calls and SVXY Calls expire in December and January of next year. All bullish bets on a market rebound.

Let's now look at the income plays.


Jul. SPX/SPY 2490/2500 - 255 Put side of Elephant
Net Credit: $1,057. Five weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,565 to the downside (adjust Put side).


Jul. RUT/IWM 1570/1575/1745/1750 - 159/175 Elephant
Net Credit: $1,684. Five weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 1,610 to the downside (adjust Put side). 1,715 to the upside (close Calls at a loss, keep riding Put side, which has a credit that is greater than the Call side loss.

Action Plan for the Week

- No plan other than to baby-sit the two July Elephants. If we were to reach an oversold market, then I'd play a small SPX Credit Put spread using July options, but that market condition may not be reached this week.


Economic Calendar

Monday: A few FOMC members speak. Also, the president of the European Central Bank will speak.
Tuesday: US Building Permits, Housing Starts. ECB President Draghi speaks again.
Wednesday: Fed Chairman Powel speaks. ECB President Draghi speaks (again!). Existing Home Sales.
Thursday: Philly Fed Manufacturing Index.
Friday: Europe Services and Manufacturing PMI. European Union Finance Ministries meeting.

Good luck this week folks,
LT


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At almost the half year mark is as good a time as any to see how the Sniper has been doing in 2018. This is the robot I developed more than five years ago to trade the Forex markets, in particular, the EUR/USD pair and XAU/USD (spot gold vs US dollar).

EURUSD


Three trades so far.
The robot has been pretty successful trading the Euro this year. A scratch to begin. Then a Long position from January 15 to February 6 that brought a 3.43% gain. Then a short position that was held for 41 days that brought 446 pips. The hidden benefit here was that when you are short EUR/USD, you are at the same time long the US dollar. When the currency that you are long has a higher interest rate than the currency you are short, you receive a daily interest for holding that position. So, extra income was made in those 41 days which I don't track here for simplicity (besides, the opposite is also true. i.e. you pay an interest when you are long the currency with a lower interest rate).

So far the Sniper is up +14.10% for the year on the EURUSD pair. It has been riding trends (or attempting to) for 74 days, or about 40% of the total time these 6 months. This is a little higher than the historical results (33% of the total time, the Sniper is riding a position), but this is due to the cleanliness of the downtrend ridden in the third trade.

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XAUUSD


The situation in spot Gold has been different. Only one trade so far and it was a losing one where the account lost 2.25%. Historically, the robot has made 5 trades per year in Gold. So, I'm expecting a more active second half of the year with this instrument.


So far so good. Three trades in the Euro, one trade in Gold. Chances are, we'll see 6 - 7 more trades the rest of the year.

All these results have been obtained with a "Moderate" risk setting. With this setting, the max historical draw-down is around -10% peak to trough. The risk setting only determines the position size of each bet. The strategy is the same. An "aggressive" setting would have returned +18.80% on the EURUSD by now, and a "Very Aggressive" setting +23.50% at this point. The draw-back of these settings is that losses are also magnified. For instance, the -2.25% performance in Gold, would be -3% and -3.75% with the "Aggressive" and "Very Aggressive" settings respectively.


For more details about this automated trading system, read LT Trend Sniper - A forex strategy that works
For historical results, check out the LT Trend Sniper Results.


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The Lazy Trader by Henrik - 1w ago
Trade Details:

SELL 40 RUT July 1575/1570 Credit Put spreads @0.35 Credit
SELL 16 RUT July 1745/1750 Credit Call spreads @0.45 Credit

Upside and downside hedges:
BUY  16 IWM July 175 Calls @0.18
BUY  2   IWM July 159 Puts @0.74

Total Net Credit: $1,684
Days to Expiration: 38


Risk profile:
 

SPX Chart for future reference:



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This week's analysis has been published at LTOptions.com

Download Weekend Portfolio Analysis (2018-06-10).pdf

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The Weekend Portfolio Analysis will be available on this site next week for historical reference.

All currently open positions can be seen on the 2018 Track Record page


Previous Analysis now publicly available:
Weekend Portfolio Analysis (June 3, 2018) 
Recent Trading Activity
- No activity. Tried a July RUT Elephant at the end of Friday session but didn't get the fills I tried.

Market Conditions
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Stochastics: 96 (Overbought. Up from 68 last week)
McClellan: +102 (Neutral. Up from +58 last week)
Stocks above their 20 DMA: 68% (Neutral. Up from 63% last week)

No man's land

The index is about 3% higher than its 50-Day average. This still leaves a little room to the upside but it starts to become limited. We are getting close to 2,800 which may be potential horizontal resistance. I still favor the upside, but something like a 2% move higher would favor downside action or at least some sideways consolidation.


The Russell Index:
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RUT firmly in all-time high territory and about 5.5% higher than its 50-day average. This is starting to become a little stretched.


Current Portfolio:
The SPY Calls and SVXY Calls expire in December and January of next year. All bullish bets on a market rebound.

Let's now look at the income plays.


Jun. RUT/IWM 1400/1410 - 144 Elephant Put side

Net Credit: $1,004. One week to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense line: 1,445 to the downside. This position is at max profit and can be closed. Of course, for closing it, you need to give away a few cents as brokers won't give you a fill for 0.00 debit.


Jun. SPX/SPY 2450/2460 - 251 Elephant Put side
Net Credit: $1,057. One week to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,535 to the downside. Same as above. This is a full winner at expiration in a few days.


Jul. SPX/SPY 2490/2500/2840/2850 - 255/285 Elephant
Net Credit: $1,458. Six weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,575 to the downside (adjust Put side). 2,790-2,795 to the upside (close Calls at a loss, keep riding Put side, which has a credit that is greater than the Call side loss.
 


Action Plan for the Week

- I intend to enter a July RUT position on Monday (tomorrow)

- Due to capital limitations, I will have to close one of the June positions. They are both sure winners by now, and could be left to expire worthless, but they take up margin that would make the previous trade idea impossible. So, I'll close one of them.


Economic Calendar

Tuesday: US Core CPI. Federal Budget Balance.

Wednesday: US PPI. FOMC Statement. FOMC Economic Projections.
Thursday: US Retail Sales, European Central Bank Press Conference.
Friday: Europe CPI, US Michigan Consumer Sentiment.

Cheers,
LT


If you are interested in a responsible and sustainable way of trading options for consistent income with solid risk management, consider acquiring LTOptions, my options trading system to the last detail.

Check out 2018 Track Record


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This week's analysis has been published at LTOptions.com

Download Weekend Portfolio Analysis (2018-06-03).pdf

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The Weekend Portfolio Analysis will be available on this site next week for historical reference.

All currently open positions can be seen on the 2018 Track Record page


Previous Analysis now publicly available:
Weekend Portfolio Analysis (May 27, 2018) 
Recent Trading Activity
- Initiated a July SPX Elephant for $1,458 credit on Wednesday.

Market Conditions
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Stochastics: 68 (Neutral. Up from 60 last week)
McClellan: +58 (Neutral. Upfrom +3 last week)
Stocks above their 20 DMA: 63% (Neutral. Down from 64% last week)

No man's land

Plenty of room to go both ways. Time for a neutral position rather than individual credit spreads on one side of the markets.

The index is still trapped inside the 2540 - 2800 range, where I think it will remain for a while. oscillators currently pointing upwards. I favor a little upside action this week. But, as always, market forecasts specially so short term are meaningless. The focus is the 2540-2800 range and playing outside of it if possible.


The Russell Index:
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Price action in the Russell has been consolidating in all-time high territory. However, it is starting to get a little far from the 50-day average. Roughly 5% higher at the moment. Although anything can happen, a runaway rally seems unlikely to me at this point, at least until the averages catch up a little.


Current Portfolio:
The SPY Calls and SVXY Calls expire in December and January of next year. All bullish bets on a market rebound.

Let's now look at the income plays.


Jun. RUT/IWM 1400/1410 - 144 Elephant Put side

Net Credit: $1,004. Two weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense line: 1,455 to the downside (adjust Put side). With the RUT above 1600, this is a very safe position. Almost all the profit has been made, so it can be taken off by those less aggressive.


Jun. SPX/SPY 2450/2460 - 251 Elephant Put side
Net Credit: $1,057. Two weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,515 to the downside (adjust Put side. With the S&Ps above 2,700 this one also looks very safe.


Jul. SPX/SPY 2490/2500/2840/2850 - 255/285 Elephant
Net Credit: $1,458. Seven weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,570 to the downside (adjust Put side). 2,800 to the upside (close Calls at a loss, keep riding Put side, which has a credit that is greater than the Call side loss.
 


Action Plan for the Week

- By the end of this week, I intend to enter the second July position. It will be a RUT position.
The Russell is getting a little over extended (5% higher than its 50-day avg). We've seen it more extended than that in the past, but it is starting to look as if the upside will be a little limited. So, I can be just a little more aggressive on the upside. Perhaps playing just an unbalanced Iron Condor, which typically collects more credit than an Elephant but has greater upside risk. Or even an Elephant with a greater number of Calls than usual. In any case, things may move a lot from now until Friday.

- Due to capital limitations, I will have to close one of the June positions. They are both sure winners by now, and could be left to expire worthless, but they take up margin that would make the previous trade idea impossible. So, I'll close one of them. Whichever has more profits accumulated.


Economic Calendar

Tuesday: ECB President Draghi speaks. 
Wednesday: US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI.

Good luck this week my friends,
LT


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The Lazy Trader by Henrik - 3w ago
Trade Details:

SELL 20 SPX July 2490/2500 Credit Put spreads @0.60 Credit
SELL 7   SPX July 2840/2850 Credit Call spreads @0.95 Credit

Upside and downside hedges:
BUY  8 SPY July 285 Calls @0.33
BUY  1 SPY July 255 Puts @1.43

Total Net Credit: $1,458
Days to Expiration: 51



Risk profile:
 

SPX Chart for future reference:



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Download Weekend Portfolio Analysis (2018-05-27).pdf

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The Weekend Portfolio Analysis will be available on this site next week for historical reference.

All currently open positions can be seen on the 2018 Track Record page


Previous Analysis now publicly available:
Weekend Portfolio Analysis (May 20, 2018) 
Recent Trading Activity
- No Activity. I tried to initiate a July SPX Elephant on Friday but didn't not get filled on the few variations I tried. Work got in the way this time as I was very busy and with little time to look at the markets this time. I'll try to initiate the position early this week (Tuesday as markets will be closed on Monday for Memorial Day).

Market Conditions
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Stochastics: 60 (Neutral. Down from 69 last week)
McClellan: +3 (Neutral. Down from +51)
Stocks above their 20 DMA: 64% (Neutral. Down from 67%)

No man's land

Plenty of room to go both ways. Time for a neutral position rather than individual credit spreads on one side of the markets.

SPX price is a little higher than this time last week, yet all three oscillators are a little lower. This is a very small bearish divergence to be aware of. Although in recent years bearish divergence have not been as efficient as bullish ones. But we'll see.

My guideline on the SPX is still the 2540 - 2800 horizontal channel. I think we will stay in there for a while.


The Russell Index:
(Click on image to enlarge)
Much stronger all year and now in new all-time highs territory. There is room to run given that we are in no man's land territory, so caution should be exercised by those willing to play Credit Call spreads here.


Current Portfolio:
The SPY Calls and SVXY Calls expire in December and January of next year. All bullish bets on a market rebound.

Let's now look at the income plays.


Jun. RUT/IWM 1400/1410 - 144 Elephant Put side

Net Credit: $1,004. Three weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense line: 1,450 to the downside (adjust Put side). With the RUT above 1600, this is a very safe position. Almost all the profit has been made, so it can be taken off by those less aggressive.


Jun. SPX/SPY 2450/2460 - 251 Elephant Put side
Net Credit: $1,057. Three weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,515 to the downside (adjust Put side. With the S&Ps above 2,700 this one also looks very safe.


Action Plan for the Week

- Still planning to deploy the first July position early in the week (SPX Elephant). This is the current idea I'm considering:  2465/2475/2825/2835 (SPX) , number of contracts 20/20/7/7 along with long SPY 254 Puts (1) and long SPY 285 Calls (8):
There may be slight changes as usual.


Economic Calendar

Monday: US Markets closed for Memorial Day.
Tuesday: CB Consumer Confidence.
Wednesday: ADP Non-Farm Employment Change. US GDP. China Manufacturing PMI.
Thursday: Europe CPI and Unemployment rate. US Pending Home Sales.
Friday: US Non-Farm Payrolls. Unemployment Rate. ISM Manufacturing PMI.

Good luck this week folks,
LT


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Download Weekend Portfolio Analysis (2018-05-20).pdf

If the above link doesn't work for you, simply log in to LTOptions.com, navigate to the "Weekly Analysis" tab and download the document from there.

The Weekend Portfolio Analysis will be available on this site next week for historical reference.

All currently open positions can be seen on the 2018 Track Record page


Previous Analysis now publicly available:
Weekend Portfolio Analysis (May 6, 2018) 
Recent Trading Activity

- Closed Call side of June RUT Elephant on Thursday for a $720 loss. The Put side is still in play, almost a sure winner now, and with a credit collected that is greater than the loss taken on the Call side. So, the position will end up being a small net winner in the end.

- Ditto for the Call side of the June SPX Elephant. Closed the same day. A $700 loss of . Put side still on, with a credit that is greater than the loss suffered on the Call side.

Both June Elephants lost on the Call side. Both should end up as net small winners by June expiration based on the credit that exists on the Put sides. Although small, the June cycle will be a positive one. Or at least the odds are very high for that to be the case.

Market Conditions
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Stochastics: 69 (Neutral)
McClellan: +51 (Neutral)
Stocks above their 20 DMA: 67% (Neutral)

No man's land

Plenty of room to go both ways. Time for a neutral position rather than individual credit spreads on one side of the markets.

My guideline on the SPX is still the 2540 - 2800 horizontal channel. I think we can stay in there for a while and that would be beneficial to positions outside those limits.

The VIX at 13.42. The game is less interesting now with a lower VIX but remember, the absolute value of the VIX is not as important as whether it goes down or up after you enter your position. And this year's accident in February was more due to the fact that I was overly exposed with 5 positions at the same time, rather than the VIX exploding. We had pretty good results last year even though the VIX was the lowest in history. I intend to deploy the first July position later this upcoming week.

The Russell Index:
(Click on image to enlarge)
Much stronger all year and now in new all-time highs territory. There is room to run given that we are in no man's land territory, so caution should be exercised by those willing to play Credit Call spreads here.


Current Portfolio:
The SPY Calls and SVXY Calls expire in December and January of next year. All bullish bets on a market rebound.

Let's now look at the income plays.


Jun. RUT/IWM 1400/1410 - 144 Elephant Put side

Net Credit: $1,004. Four weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense line: 1,455 to the downside (adjust Put side). With the RUT above 1600, this is a very safe position. Almost all the profit has been made, so it can be taken off by those less aggressive.


Jun. SPX/SPY 2450/2460 - 251 Elephant Put side
Net Credit: $1,057. Four weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,525 to the downside (adjust Put side. With the S&Ps above 2,700 this one also looks very safe.


Action Plan for the Week

- The plan this week is to deploy the first July position. I'm leaning towards an SPX Elephant using strikes 2465/2475/2840/2850 (SPX) , number of contracts 20/20/7/7 along with long SPY 254 Puts (1) and long SPY 285 Calls (8):
As usual, strikes may change as the markets move. This is a rough idea. If we reach an oversold environment during the week, then the go to play will be an SPX Credit Put spread instead of an Elephant.


Economic Calendar

Wednesday: US New Home Sales. FOMC Minutes.
Thursday: European Central Bank Monetary Policy Meeting. US Existing Home Sales.
Friday: US Core Durable Goods. Fed Chairman Powell speaks.

Cheers,
LT


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Download Weekend Portfolio Analysis (2018-05-06).pdf

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Last Weekend Analysis now publicly available:
Weekend Portfolio Analysis (April 28, 2018) 
I'll be out of the country next Saturday with no Internet access. For this reason, there won't be a weekend article.

Recent Trading Activity

- Closed the remainder (Put) side of the May RUT/IWM Elephant on Friday for a $870 profit. This gain covers the loss suffered earlier on the Call side, and then some.

- Initiated a June SPX Elephant on Friday. Net credit $1,428.

Market Conditions
(Click on image to enlarge)
Stochastics: 50 (Neutral. Up from 43)
McClellan: +27 (Neutral. Up from +6)
Stocks above their 20 DMA: 53% (Neutral. Down from 57%)

No man's land

Plenty of room to go both ways. Still below the 50-day average, and this is why I played another Elephant. The upper end of the new position (yellow lines) is below horizontal resistance (2800). But, this is an Elephant. So, the suffering on the Call side is way more limited than with Iron Condors.

The VIX is now below 15. It took a while and I'm still looking at the 2540 - 2800 as the battle field for a few weeks.

The Russell Index:
(Click on image to enlarge)
With only one position now, which looks well positioned past resistance and below support.


Current Portfolio:
The SPY Calls and SVXY Calls expire in December and January of next year. All bullish bets on a market rebound.

Let's now look at the income plays.



Jun. RUT/IWM 1400/1410/1650/1655 - 144/166 Elephant
Net Credit: $1,316. Six weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 1,455 to the downside (adjust Put side) and 1,620 to the upside (close all Calls at a loss and keep riding Put side, whose credit will be larger than the loss on the Calls).


Jun. SPX/SPY 2450/2460/2780/2790 - 251/279 Elephant
Net Credit: $1,428. Six weeks to expiration.
(Click on image to enlarge)
Defense lines: 2,540 to the downside (adjust Put side) and 2,740 to the upside (close all Calls at a loss and keep riding Put side, whose credit will be larger than the loss on the Calls).


Action Plan for the Week

- The goal this week is to just baby-sit both Elephants. Set alerts at specific price points, keep going with daily life until a defense point is touched. If it happens.

- At the same time, on a sell-off I would like to close the Call side of the Elephants if they get close to their max profit potential. So, let's say, 80% of max profit potential on a Call side is reached (or better), then I'll consider closing it for possible re-deployment on a rebound.


Economic Calendar

Tuesday: Fed Chairman Powell speaks.
Wednesday: US PPI.
Thursday: US Core CPI.
Friday: ECB President Draghi speaks. Michigan Consumer Sentiment/Expectations.

Good luck this week my friends.
And remember I will be away next week.
Cheers,
LT


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The Lazy Trader by Henrik - 1M ago
Trade Details:

SELL 20 SPX June 2460/2450 Credit Put spreads @0.60 Credit
SELL 7   SPX June 2780/2790 Credit Call spreads @1.00 Credit

Upside and downside hedges:
BUY  7 SPY June 279 Calls @0.47
BUY  1 SPY June 251 Puts @1.43

Total Net Credit: $1,428
Days to Expiration: 42



Risk profile:
 

SPX Chart for future reference:




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