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3 Quick Tips to Find Weekly Naked Put Options on PowerOptions

When I create a Search for Weekly options I start by: Click ‘Clear These Settings’. This will empty all the filter settings. Select ‘All Weeklies’ as your Options Expiration Time Frame. In the ‘Days to Expiration’ filter field enter a range of ‘2’ to ‘9’. This will filter out the options that have 1 day left to expiration but include the ones that expire 8 days away and will work for any day that you run your search. Enter in basic criteria for premium and return. Examples (not suggestions 🙂 ): Option Bid 0.15 to ____ (or your preference) % Naked Yield 0.5 to ___ % Out of Money 0.5 to ___ (or 1 to blank) Earnings Date – Not Between Now and Expiration Remember to keep your search criteria simple and basic at first when looking for weekly options. Once you submit that search you should see your desired…

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‘Signature Tools’ Tab Added to PowerOptions Navigation

PowerOptions has added many great tools for options traders over the years. Not all of them perfectly fit into the “strategy” navigation theme that we use. As a result, some of the best tools we offer have been obscured from obvious use. Our latest update to the site has been to gather up all of these tools and put them in one place for easy access. – The SIGNATURE TOOLS tab… What might you find there?

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Filter for MACD added to the PowerOptions Search

A new filter for MACD has been added to the PowerOptions Search tool for all strategies! This new filter (located in the Technicals tab) will allow you to search for stocks where the MACD is above or below the Signal Line and by how many days. You will also be able to screen for stocks where the MACD and Signal Line are above or below the Zero line. This filter will allow you to better screen for stocks with positive or negative momentum.

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Can I add old closed positions to my PowerOptions portfolio?

Of course you can! With the PowerOptions portfolio tools you can track any number of positions for any number of accounts. They can be real accounts or paper-trading accounts. We know that getting your PowerOptions portfolio “caught up” can be a hindrance to starting one at all – but, we strongly suggest that you just jump in and start tracking new trades as you put them on. Don’t worry so much about catching up the portfolio with all of your old trades. The benefit of using the PowerOptions portfolio tools to track your real and paper trades?