SPX 1-dte

#SPX1dte Sold to Open $SPX Jan 21st 3270/3290-3350/3370 condors for 1.00, IV 5.44%, SPX 3323.

Expiring today: Jan 17th 3255/3275-3330/3350 condors, sold yesterday for .90

SPX 1 dte

#SPX1dte Sold $SPX Jan 17th 3255/3275-3330/3350 condors for .90, IV 8.32%, SPX 3308

SPX long closed

#SPX1dte SOld to close $SPX Jan 17th 3315/3330 call spread for .95. Bought yesterday for 1.60. Have been trying to exit all day… got as high as 3.00, but kept reversing before I was filled. My timing in January has been atrocious, so not letting this one fail completely. I sold the 3250/3225 put spread against it for 1.90. That one is currently profitable and I think will be fine to leave for tomorrow.

Expiring today: Jan 15th 3220/3240-3305/3325 condors, sold yesterday for 1.00

SPX 1-dte

#SPX1dte Sold $SPX Jan 15th 3220/3240-3305/3325 condors for 1.00, IV 9.28%, SPX 3281

Risky Risk/Reversal

#SPX1dte Okay, so I’m taking a shot that this weakness it temporary and bullish trend will continue this week.

Sold to open $SPX Jan 17th 3250/3225 put spreads for 1.90.
Bought to open $SPX Jan 17th 3315/3330 call spreads for 1.60.

I’m not going to look for my call spread to become ITM… just any modest increase in price will be good enough to close it.


SPX closed

#SPX1dte BTC $SPX Jan 17th 3320/3345 call spreads for 2.25. Paid 2.35 for the condor yesterday.

I did this literally 30 seconds before the huge spike down. Unbelievable!

My plan was to allow put side to expire, add a closer put spread and BUY a call spread. I may still do this, but have to watch for awhile to see what happens. Market is bullish, and I truly don’t understand how it has reacted or will react to the volatile trade situation. No one does.

SPX 4-dte

#SPX1dte . Sold to Open $SPX Jan 17th (Friday PM) 3195/3220-3320/3345 condors for 2.35. Strikes at .10 delta.