6 Ways To Make Better Options Trades

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When it comes to buying options, most traders focus on the premium paid rather than the potential returns. While this is important information in terms of making a calculated trade, many options traders tend to lose sight of the probability of the market reaching and exceeding its position's strike. The average monthly range of the market number provides perspective on two important elements of an options trade: whether volatility is expanding or contracting and whether the market has a chance of reaching and exceeding the breakeven point of the position. Read on to learn more.
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