10:25 a.m. New York time
My two remaining positions that expire in 21 days are the bad boys: DIS and STNE, both of them iron condors that have moved beyond their profit zones, in defiance of high probabilities that they would remain within their zones. Driving home again the undeniable truth: Probabilities aren’t certainties. Q.E.D.
They are both in such awful shape that I may wait until Monday just to see what happens. DIS is dropping a bit back toward profitability, which might slightly mitigate the loss. STNE is zig-zagging sideways.
10:15 a.m. New York time
It’s 21 days until the May monthly options expire. Time to exit my positions built from those options.
Exited so far: EA and TWLO for a profit, GDX and SPY for a loss.
Results and details will be late today, due to a post-op medical appointment following yesterday’s lens replacement surgery.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 26, 2019
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