How to Use My Naked Puts Spreadsheet

I posted a new video this afternoon on how to use my naked puts spreadsheet. This spreadsheet compares naked put option choices. My videos will show this spreadsheet whenever I write naked puts and figured it made sense to get this explanation out there before I start posting actual trade videos. Hopefully, I’ll get my first trade in this week in my new account since the check is scheduled to clear on Thursday. Even if today’s slide continues into Thursday, I think it’ll be a good time to start rebuilding my account, actually even moreso if we can get a few more days trading lower to help my entry points.

For those of you who downloaded one of the previous versions of this spreadsheet, this isn’t much different, but has some subtle changes that make it better (maybe I’m biased). If you’ve already tweaked an earlier version, I doubt it’s worth replacing it and having to make updates again. If you aren’t using a spreadsheet to compare your naked put choices, this is a great starting point (OK, I’m very biased).

You can find my new naked puts spreadsheet and a couple of other useful ones on my Excel spreadsheets for option traders page. And here’s the video of how I use it:



« « What is an Option? - | - End of the Month Summary – January 2017 » »


* If you like this post, then consider subscribing to the Full RSS feed or email updates.

DISCLAIMER: While I am a Registered Investment Advisor Representative, the information contained within this site does not constitue personalized investment advice. This material is meant as entertainment and is only a view into how I invest my own account, but not necessarily how you should invest your own funds. Trade using your own research at your own risk. This is impersonal investment advice which means the material written here, in email exchanges, on Twitter and/or other social networking sites do not purport to meet the objectives or needs of specific individuals or accounts.





Other Popular Articles:

- How to Read an Options Table

- Determining an Exit Price for a Stock

- Understanding Downside Risks in Investing

- How Naked Put Selling Works

- 10 Tips for Keeping Emotions out of Investing



No Comments »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Leave a comment

Have some thoughts about this post? Leave a comment to voice your opinion. If your comment is nondescript, I might think it's spam and delete it. While I appreciate all comments, I hate spam.

(required)

(required)