2:25 p.m. New York time
My exit order on CELG was filled, at a $0.59 debit. Full writeup to come.
10:30 a.m. New York time
I’m attempting to exit two positions today, both of them short iron condors expiring May 17.
CELG, c+105 c-97.5 p-75 p+70, call delta 20 (82%) put delta 15 (91%), IVR 62, RR 4.3:1, entered 3/26/2019 credit $1.19. I’m attempting to exit for a $0.59 debit, which is 50% of maximum potential profit.
XRT, c+52 c-49 p-42 p+39, call delta 18 (82%) put delta 18 (80%), IVR 37%, RR 4.5:1, entered 3/5/2019 credit $0.55. I’m attempting to exit for a $0.27 debit, which is 51% of maximum potential profit.
Layout and abbreviations: symbol, long_call short_call short_put long_put, short call delta (chance of expiring out of the money), short put delta (chance of expiring out of the money), IV Rank (IVR) at entry, risk/reward ratio (RR), date of entry, amount of credit at entry.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 3, 2019
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