Options trading for a living

Discussion in 'Options' started by TSLexi, Oct 4, 2013.

  1. Brighton


    What do you think T.S. in TSLexi means?

    Whatever floats the boat, but someone might be in for a surprise.
    #21     Oct 4, 2013
  2. blakpacman


    Good observation:eek: :eek: :eek:
    blakpacman doesn't swing that way.
    #22     Oct 4, 2013
  3. luisHK


    Yeah, I thought abt TS and trans/gay escorting as well, and also about a troll. Anyway it would be a nice change to get an escort/sugarbaby aspiring trader !
    #23     Oct 4, 2013
  4. shelly


    This all sounds rather strange (going from escort to option trader). But if you really want to trade options full-time, and have the requisite skills (a facility with numbers and good puzzle-solving skills) you're probably better off looking for a full time trading position at a proprietary or market-making firm. But be forewarned - these types of positions are very competitive.
    #24     Oct 4, 2013
  5. TSLexi


    I'm thinking I should write monthly DITM puts on stocks I'd be comfortable owning (stocks with PEGY between 1-2, low EV/S, etc.), and if I get assigned, write monthly DITM calls. That's a pretty conservative strategy.
    #25     Oct 4, 2013
  6. Magna

    Magna Administrator

    Guys, let's keep the conversation on trading. Thanks.
    #26     Oct 4, 2013
  7. Datradr


    Lexi why not start on stocks? why trade risky products right away and have a high probability of losing?? do you have capital to survive while you trade?
    #27     Oct 4, 2013
  8. What I recommend in this case is to obtain a good trade operator that offers good benefits, in my case I always look for a spread low execution time fast and secure licensing.
    #28     Oct 4, 2013
  9. There is no such thing as a "risky" [financial] product, at least in freely traded markets like the Stock market, the Forex market and the commodity market.

    Unless he is trading thinly traded penny stocks with huge slippage potential, for example, the trader can always decide how much risk he is willing to take, via his stop loss and position sizing.
    #29     Oct 4, 2013

  10. Troll alert. Prostitution to trading ? Riggght, lol.
    #30     Oct 4, 2013