This inquiry includes a trade setup that is only hypothetical to aid in a visual image for understanding the basics of the method. It is only a daytrade. Here it is. Our trader observes that the average true range for XYZ each day is generally 10pt give or take a pt. XYZ is currently at 120. Our trader decides to buy 100 shares at 120 and simultaneously purchases a 1 month 120 put for 5pt. After this, two 1 month 130 calls are sold for 2.5pt each. After getting in all positions, the goal would be for the stock to rise to the 125 to 130 before the end of the day. Lets assume the stock goes to 130 with thirty minutes to close. Observing this, our trader sells the stock for 130 gaining a $1000 profit, the 120 put he bought for $5 is sold for $1.50 losing $350 and the two 130 call he sold are bought back for $5 each losing a total of a $500 loss. Adding everything up, there is $1000 / n$350 n$500. Total profit $150 Is there a better way to do this, or a slight tweak I'm overlooking? I'm studying the Delta relationship and it looks like it might be the key prior to entry. Do the greeks help us by setting up the perfect time to trade this idea? Is this even a feasable concept? Could something else be superior.