Options Strategies for Bull & Bear Markets | Alan Ellman

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Alan Ellman discusses his philosophy for creating options strategies based on the underlying market conditions. Ellman, an expert on covered call strategies, designs his trades based on his broad outlook on the market. He explains how he uses broad measures of the market and market volatility to design options strategies to exploit that outlook. When to rely on in-the-money vs. out-of-the-money options. How to measure implied volatility and what positions to select based on what that tells you.

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