What are the top 10 Commandments of Options Trading Strategies

This blog is about the top 10 Commandments of Options Trading Strategies.

Options trading is a complex and often risky business. However, by following some simple rules, options traders can increase their chances of success while minimizing their losses.

Option strategies are the simultaneous, and often mixed, buying or selling of one or more options that differ in one or more of the options’ variables. Call options, simply known as calls, give the buyer a right to buy a particular stock at that option’s strike price. Conversely, put options, simply known as puts, give the buyer the right to sell a particular stock at the option’s strike price. This is often done to gain exposure to a specific type of opportunity or risk while eliminating other risks as part of a trading strategy. A very straightforward strategy might simply be the buying or selling of a single option; however, option strategies often refer to a combination of simultaneous buying and or selling of options.

Options strategies allow traders to profit from movements in the underlying assets based on market sentiment (i.e., bullish, bearish or neutral). In the case of neutral strategies, they can be further classified into those that are bullish on volatility, measured by the lowercase Greek letter sigma (σ), and those that are bearish on volatility. Traders can also profit off time decay, measured by the uppercase Greek letter theta (Θ), when the stock market has low volatility. The option positions used can be long and/or short positions in calls and puts.

Below are the 10 Commandments of Options Trading:

  1. Do your homework. Before entering into any options trade, make sure you understand the underlying security, as well as the risks and rewards associated with the trade.
  2. Have a plan. Options trading is not a get-rich-quick scheme. Carefully craft a plan that takes into account your investment goals, risk tolerance, and time horizon.
  3. Use stop-loss orders. A stop-loss order is an order to sell an asset when it reaches a certain price point—the point at which the loss on the trade would become too great to bear. By using stop-loss orders, options traders can limit their losses on any given trade.
  4. Let winners run. Once an options trade is profitable, resist the urge to take profits too early. Instead, let the trade run its course and reap the full rewards of a successful trade.
  5. Cut losers short. On the other hand, when an options trade is going against you, don’t be afraid to exit the position and take your losses. Trying to “fight” the market will only lead to further losses.
  6. Manage your risk exposure. One of the most important aspects of successful options trading is managing risk exposure. Make sure you don’t have too much of your portfolio invested in any one security or sector. Diversification is key to mitigating risk in options trading (or any kind of investing).
  7. Use limit orders. A limit order is an order to buy or sell an asset at a specific price—the price at which you are willing to enter into the trade. By using limit orders, options traders can better control their risk exposure and avoid getting caught up in volatile markets.

8 . Be patient . Patience is a virtue in all aspects of life, but it’s especially important in options trading . Don’t enter into trades just because you’re feeling antsy—wait for opportunities that meet your investment criteria . And once you’ve entered into a trade , resist the urge to “trade emotionally” and instead let your original analysis play out . Over-trading is one of the biggest mistakes options traders can make .

9 . Stay disciplined. Like patience, discipline is also key to success in options trading . Once you’ve developed a sound investment strategy , stick to it ! Don’t let emotions influence your trades — if anything , emotion should be kept out of trading altogether . The best way to do this is by developing a clear set of rules that you always follow when making trades . If you can do this , you’ll be well on your way to success as an options trader.

10. Have realistic expectations . Finally, it’s important to have realistic expectations when trading options . Remember : there are no guaranteed winners in options trading ! Every trade involves some degree of risk, so don’t expect to win every single time. If you approach each trade with reasonable expectations and focus on long-term success, however, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a successful options trader

What are the top 10 Commandments of Options Trading Strategies


  • Thou shall always take 100% daily gains or 200% all time gains.
  • Do not fall into temptation and buy during the first 30 minutes of market open. (Selling positions is still permitted)
  • Thou shall not buy calls on green days.
  • Thou shall not buy puts on red days.
  • Avoid greed and do not buy consecutive options on 1 company.
  • Give thyself at least 3 weeks time to play the option.
  • End your suffering and sell if down 50% all time on an option play.
  • Avoid gluttony and do not day trade options. (Swing trades allowed)
  • Be fruitful, multiply earnings and sell covered calls if holding any.
  • Celebrate and binge drink after big gains (or losses)
  • Off topic, but relevant – You absolutely need to be doing a 401k or IRA as well as investing in crypto: 401ks and IRAs offer fantastic tax advantages that straight investing does not. Also if you have an employer who matches you are leaving money on the table by not taking advantage of that. It’s foolish. Crypto is great and should definitely be in your portfolio but it should not be your whole portfolio.
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Options trading can be complex and risky business, but by following some simple rules traders can increase their chances of success while minimizing losses

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NuScale has deep roots to OSU also, including almost 25 years of history (aka NuScale’s entire history). I have no secret knowledge or reason to believe that these two parties have met or talked at all. However, look at this picture of Jensen with all of the OSU big wigs, there for at least an entire day if not multiple days, and tell me that not once did someone mention NuScale to him… JENSEN HUANG MUST KNOW ABOUT NUSCALE AND MUST KNOW IT IS THE ANSWER TO HIS LOOMING PROBLEM. Jensen Huang at OSU [7] DISCLAIMER - Positions - 1000 SMR shares, 40 x SMR Calls (12/19/25) K = $15 bought at various times, 100 x SMR Calls (11/15/24) K = 20, 125 x SMR Calls (08/02/24) K = $20 bought 07/15/24 (after that Friday bump even because I still love it at 16). Told all my family and friends the connection and that I planned on posting this a week ago so they could buy if they wanted (not sure if anyone did or did not). 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However, being NuScale’s first proof of concept means the costs are inflated on the front end for R&D/regulatory/etc. Plus NuScale has the added benefit of being able to produce a site with only 1-2 reactors which would (presumably) cost approx 1/10 the cost moving forward. According to Scientific America, by 2027 NVIDIA’s 1.5m shipped chips would be consuming 85.4 TWe (THAT’S 85,400,000 MWe). [8] Second, it is worth noting the massive overlap in cutting edge AI providers and sustainability. The leading companies like Meta ($7.4b) [9], Google ($16b) [10], Amazon ($12.6b) [11], Apple ($4.7b) [12], Microsoft ($10b+) [13] all have stated greenhouse gas/energy goals. Many of these companies have specifically commented on these goals and their relation to the AI rollout. The listed dollar amounts are over various timeframes but are all massive regardless and dollars already allocated towards this goal. 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