1:10 p.m. New York time
No fill on my CGC exit order.
12:05 a.m. New York time
I entered an exit order on CGC, which is at 44% of maximum potential profit. The exit bid is for a $0.67 debit, or 51% of max.
DIS opened 10% higher than the prior day’s close, from $116.60 to $127.91, challenging the upper side of my iron condor, after the company announced the launch date and pricing of its new Disney+ streaming service.
Thanks to the wide profit zone dictated by my new trading rules, the higher open was only $1.91 above the upside breakeven point, suggesting a good chance of recovery back to profitability in the 35 days left before expiration.
Under my rules, I exit 21 days before expiration, which is two weeks from now. In this case, whether I honor that rule or not will depend upon the chart.
I checked out the advisability of adjusting the unchallenged side but judged the challenge to be insufficiently strong to warrant action at this time.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 12, 2019
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