Selling Puts is a versatile strategy employed by many different investors trying to achieve different goals. A trader needs to understand what they are trying to achieve and how to construct their trade to help increase their probability of a successful outcome. In this recorded webinar, our presenters discussed different strategies of selling puts, risks to be aware of, and how to understand those risks. They also talked about the differences between cash covered puts and naked put selling.
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