1-6-11 Short Option Trade
March T-Bonds we like selling the March 126 calls based upon the overall down trend and today’s small up-swing. Look to collect 300 plus dollars and we will use a double out stop risking the amount we collect. The profit potential is limited to the amount collected minus commissions.
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