SMB TEA Ratio Iron Condors
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SMB TEA Ratio Iron Condors

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SMB TEA Ratio Iron Condors

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IN “THE TEA IRON CONDOR”, ANDREW FALDE SHOWS YOU:

  • How using a technical signal can help you proactively reduce risk in market neutral trades and reduce the subjectivity in your trading.
  • The exact rules of the strategy which can be applied to accounts from $10,000 and up.
  • Tons of day-by-day examples so you are confident that you will know how to make the right adjustments at the right time.
  • How a proper management strategy can dramatically improve your probabilities of success over time

How Can a 100% Systematic Trade Produce Consisent Results?

  • Multiple Management Methods in One System: The TEA Iron Condor covers the major aspects of trading in one program. You will benefit from managing the trend, momentum, and range all with one set of rules.
  • The Momentum/Trend: This is managed through the signal, sizing of each side of the iron condor, and the adjustment of strike placement through the trade.
  • Premium Decay: This trade primarily benefits from premium decay (Positive Theta) in options. The directional components of the systems are designed to not interfere with premium decay, but rather to defend it.
  • Range: When the market sits in a range, this trade performs great… but unlike many iron condor strategies, this trade can do very well in bullish and bearish trends as well.

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