as stated, diagonal
approximately, also assuming no change in vol.
but your thetas will increase each day as well
Options up to 3 months out generally use a 90 T-bill rate, longer that 3 months use a bill or note with corresponding maturity.
the floor can work it
Thanks for the amazing insight
So, let me see if I understand this correctly...
If demand rises then price rises too?
Wow! I never would...
an inverted curve is very bullish?
monetary poilicy has been unable to corrct this invertion over the past year
Yeh well, hear's a few more facts
Daily Treasury Yield Curve Rates
1mo 3mo. 6mo. 1yr. 2 yr. 3yr. 5yr....
maybe I should specify that you should only use cash in your acct to buy the bills.
don't create a debit balance
Buy t-bills (1-5% margin depending on your broker)
Use the excess equity for your option strategies.
back spread your outright longs to...
I know Schwab used to (don't know if it's changed) pay interest only on cash balances in excess of any short market value.
I've heard others do...
I guess it depends on your broker/platform.
I'm not an IB customer but I have the ability to route to them. but only in standard increments.
Route to IB.
You can get filled in pennies but you still have to bid/offer in standard increments.
or, trade a stock on the penny pilot program
Do you mean Prop firm or Brokerage firm?
When I used to scalp the Notes and Bonds, I found that if I joined the bid, by the time someone hit me I didn't want to be long anymore.
Also keep in mind that stops on options are triggered differently than stops on stocks.
a sell stop on an option is triggered by a print or the...
That's just when they booked the assignment into your acct.
You'll also notice most broker book stock into your acct immediately when you...
Technically a stock trade on expiration Friday settles before an assignment/exercise but most firms give leeway for offsetting trades on friday...
Options expire on Saturday not Friday
Real prop firms don't require any deposit, series 7 depending on company structure.
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