2:50 p.m. New York time
XBI Analysis posted.
And that’s a wrap for the November setup, with six short iron condor positions, on GDX, IWM, TLT, XBI, XLY and XOP. Management day will be October 25, which is 21 days prior to expiration, the day on which I sell all remaining profitable positions. Expiration is November 15.
2:20 p.m. New York time
XOP Analysis posted.
2 p.m. New York time
I’ve posted XLY Analysis after the adjusting the order in order to get a fill. Note that the short put strike was moved a dollar lower to accomodate a price change after I entered the order.
1:30 p.m. New York time
I’ve posted IWM Analysis after my short iron condor entry order was filled.
12:30 p.m. New York time
And as the final entry order of the day, a short iron condor on XBI, structured +p62 -p67 -c83 +c88, with an ask of a $1.08 credit.
12:15 p.m. New York time
I’ve placed an entry order for a short iron condor on IWM, structured as +128p -138p -160c +164c, asking for a $1.20 credit.
11:10 a.m. New York time
TLT Analysis posted after my short iron condor order was filled at the asking price.
10:55 a.m. New York time
Entry order for a short iron condor on TLT placed. The structured is +p17 -p19 -c25 +c27, with a credit ask of $0.39.
10:40 a.m. New York time
I’ve placed an entry order for a short iron condor on TLT, structured as +p32 -p36 -c51 +c57. The credit ask is $0.82.
10:20 a.m. New York time
GDX Analysis posted after my short iron condor order was filled.
10:10 a.m. New York time
I’ve placed an entry order for a short iron condor on XLY, structured as +p105 -p112 -c126 +c129, asking for a credit of $0.94.
10 a.m. New York time
Today is entry day for my options trading, 45 days prior to expiration of the November 15, 2019 monthlies. In describing the structure of each short iron condor order, I’ll prefix long options with a + and short with a -, each followed “p” for put or “c” for call, and the strike price.
I’ve placed my first entry order, for GDX, structured as +p22 -p24 -c30 +c33. My asking price is $0.45. No fill as of yet.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, October 1, 2019
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