Free Options Trading Ideas

On this page, we regularly post free options trading ideas that have been generated by our research team. Feel free to implement these ideas if you’d like.

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May 15, 2023

Sell a call vertical spread in QQQ

  1. Sell the 330 call for Dec 15, 2023
  2. Buy the 340 call for Dec 15, 2023

Collect $573 in credit

February 9, 2023

Sell a call vertical spread in TSLA

  1. Sell the 215 call for Mar 17, 2023
  2. Buy the 220 call for Mar 17, 2023

Collect $187 in credit

February 9, 2023

Sell a strangle in GOOGL

  1. Sell the 84 put for Mar 17, 2023
  2. Sell the 110 call for Mar 17, 2023

Collect $188 in credit

January 18, 2023

Sell a put in UNG

  1. Sell the 9 put for Feb 17, 2023

Collect $45 in credit

January 18, 2023

Sell a call vertical spread in COIN

  1. Sell the 58 call for Feb 10, 2023
  2. Buy the 60 call for Feb 10, 2023

Collect $67 in credit

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Here's how we come up with trade ideas...

Our options research team, assisted by cutting-edge technology, screens through thousands of stocks and ETFs to identify the best candidates for entering options trades. If a stock has an elevated IV rank and IV percentile and we don’t expect it to make a big move, it might be a good candidate for selling options positions. Conversely, if a stock has a low IV rank and IV percentile and we expect it to make a big move, we might consider it for buying options positions. Read more about how we decide between selling and buying options. 

Usually, we generate more options selling ideas that enable us to collect an options premium vs. pay an options premium. This is because we like to make probability and time decay work in our favor by selling out-of-the-money options. Read more about why this works.

Our directional assumption for a stock is based upon an analysis of recent and historical price action of the stock along with other information such as the put/call ratio and skew. Some of our strategies (like calls, puts, spreads) are directional, whereas others (like strangles and iron condors) are relatively non-directional or neutral. 

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