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To successfully utilize the iron condor there are a few factors to keep in mind, With the iron condor we are looking for elevated implied volatility and a market with a reasonably de ned trading range Also we like to see probabilities of under 30 percent for hitting the outside strike prices, so make sure your condor is wide enough to account for the trading range Condors have multiple commissions and fees that must be calculated into the breakeven The effect of the commission on the breakeven will be greater in futures trading because each option generates a commission, and in equity trading the commissions will increase in trades that represent over 1,000 shares in most cases Risk for a condor should be considered as the entire spread on one side of the trade plus costs of trading You can certainly set any of the risk strategies we have discussed for the condor, from monetary stops to a percentage of the premium, but be prepared for slippage resulting from liquidating four options at the market on a stop Make sure your risk-to-reward ratio doesn t exceed 3:1 on the iron condor If your risk is higher than three times the premium captured, you are not creating enough premium or selling enough volatility The trade demonstrated is the opposite of this, but it is not common for the reward potential to be substantially higher than the total risk in a short wingspread
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Avoid the x it trap So many traders roll sides of the condor this way and that trying to x the spread and keep it neutral When you roll to x the spread, you are liquidating one side of the position, likely at a loss, to adjust to a more distant strike price Making an adjustment to the spread to widen the range can be done, but you must have adequate reason to believe that the market will return to the trading range and that you will be able to create enough premium to make up for the loss and the additional commissions and fees Micromanaging spreads is one of the biggest mistakes that novice traders make Advanced strategy trading in volatile markets means you will have to exercise discipline in risk management Another common error for traders is when they reach a risk point on the condor on one side of the spread, they will remove only one side instead of the entire spread hoping to capture the remaining premium Markets can cycle, and you may end up with the remaining credit spread in a losing position Make certain that, if you remove only one side of the spread, you have adequate technical or fundamental justi cation for the market to continue away from the remaining short spread or that the spread is close enough to expiration to have little or no chance to reverse enough to endanger the other spread Most often the largest losses on condor spreads result from being hit on both sides from market uctuation Be patient with the spread; it is limited risk, and the reason for making sure you understand that you should be prepared to risk the full amount of the credit spread on one side is
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that markets cycle up and down It will bounce around, and if you understand your maximum risk, you will be more apt to allow the spread to function in the trading range and lose time value Trade condors in the short term normally we say under 60 days, but if you can nd a decent premium on a 30-day or less condor, it is all the better The less time on the trade, the less time the market has to adjust against your positions, and the more advanced the time decay will be on the position At expiration the condor is like the butter y spread If either of the short options is in the money, you will be assigned the underlying long for the short put or short for the short call If you do not exit the spread at expiration, you will have the responsibility of the underlying asset cash or margin If both options on one side are in the money, you will have experienced the maximum loss, and the assigned underlying assets will offset each other
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