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  • Arthur Stifel

    Hi Jeff, In the Trading PRO System ( PURCHASED) one of the main strategies is the use of a Double Calender. Can you breakdown the difference and advantages of this strategies compared to the Iron Condor. When would you use one versus the other?
    Thanks, Arthur S.

    • Arthur – you’re in luck! I decided to do a video to answer your question. I’ve put the trades into my Paper Money account and I’d like to let them simmer a while before I put together lesson.
      Basically, though, from a high level: Iron Condors have higher risk to reward but it is defined and fixed. Calendars are very susceptible to IV collapse and could end up being losers even though price is within your original range. Stay tuned.

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