I did learn something from Karen. Try to make this as simple as possible. So if you're watching tastytrade every day you're going to get bombarded with way too much information. Don't worry about learning all the various strategies. Just focus on about two - strangles and straddles and their components short calls and short puts. Out trades on at about 45 days to expiration, manage winners at 50%, limit losers to 2x the initial credit received. Close trades at about 21 days to expiration regardless of profit or loss. Don't use more than about 35% of your buying power. Try to keep a delta vega ratio of -1/-2. You can Expect to keep about 25% of the premium that you sell on average. Keep a theta of between 1/10 of 1% to 1/2 of 1%. I deviate from tastytrade in that I primarily sell premium around the S&P 500 and. It much else. I'm not interested in trading 100 different products. I don't want to watch the screen all day. Take 5-10 minutes every day to make your trades, set good till cancelled orders to take your profits at 50% and then do a one cancels the other order to close it at a loss of 2x loss. If you're trading /ES, do a GTC order to take your profit and then set an alert to notify you if it reaches a loss of 2x loss or greater. Then go spend a little time with your friends and family. Don't worry about the markets and where it's going, just trade what it gives you. I hear there's an active volcano under Yellowstone that could potentially erupt and wipe out 50% of the US population. I'm going to sleep pretty well tonight and so should you. The present value of future fear is overpriced! I should be thankful for all these stupid idiots that tell me that I'm going to blow my accounts up and that this is going to end in disaster. These folks are the ones that allow us to continue to make money. They buy protection and I'm more than willing to sell it to them. I'm the insurance company and they are driving the Volvo. Just don't over complicate this stuff. My experiment is evolving but so far I'm pretty happy. Please let me know if you have any questions.