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Reputation: 1,987  •  Jan 29 6:43 PM

There are several ways to trade in Implied Volatility (IV) using options. Here are a few common strategies:
Long Straddle: This strategy involves buying both a call option and a put option with the same strike price and expiration date. This strategy profits if the underlying ass......read more
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Reputation: 1,987  •  Jan 26 10:31 PM

Topic - Implied Volatility.

Implied volatility is a measure of the expected volatility of the underlying asset and it is derived from the price of options. It is the volatility that the market is expecting the stock to have in the future and it is calculated using an option pric......read more
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Reputation: 1,987  •  Jan 26 4:17 PM

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Reputation: 1,987  •  Jan 22 5:17 PM

Why Is Max Drawdown Important In Trading?
Drawdown is very important for a trader because they play a huge impact in your compounding abilities. Huge drawdowns might force you to stop trading, it even might lead to ruin, and it makes your returns lower.
Opposite, low drawdowns ca......read more
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Reputation: 1,987  •  Jan 21 12:07 AM

What is drawdown in trading?

A drawdown in trading is the percentage you are down from the latest equity peak. It’s a peak to trough decline over a certain period. If your equity is not at an all-time high, you are in a drawdown.

Drawdowns are better valued in percentages. A 10......read more
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Jan 19 10:02 PM

In my system drawdown is 0.5%💪
And best part I don't follow profit, I follow less drawdown and that's how profit follows me
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If you are doing that and making profit then hats off to you
But in trading drawdown is part of game we have to be ready for it.
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Jan 19 9:58 PM

Consistency is always good but what if you strategy system trading and drawdown strats then you have to be ready for it.
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You are right no drawdown is good but in trading it is part of game so we have face it.
20% above bad drawdown
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Reputation: 1,987  •  Jan 19 9:11 PM

Next Questions - What is drawdown in trading?
All algo trader, options traders are invited to share their answers and let's see who comes up with the best answer.
I would appreciate it if you could share as much as possible.
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Max drawdown is important in trading because it influences your behavior and obviously your returns. Both are dependent on each other. What is a good or acceptable drawdown percentage? There is no definite answer, but preferable as low as possible. If it gets too big, more than 2...
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Thanks a lot all of you for the answer
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Reputation: 1,987  •  Jan 19 1:59 AM

What Is A Good Maximum Drawdown?
Why Is Max Drawdown Important In Trading?
All algo trader, options traders are invited to share their answers and let's see who comes up with the best answer.
I would appreciate it if you could share as much as possible.
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