“Hedging Your Portfolio with Options” begins by looking at what hedging a portfolio means and its goals. Learn how to use E.T.F. protective put options to capitalize on sell-offs and cover your portfolios hard earned gains.
Part 1 of this course on how to hedge your portfolio with options begins by looking at what hedging a portfolio means and its goals. The lesson will cover how to use put options during times of drawdown to protect your current gains, when to hedge using Fibonacci ribbons and measured moves, and when to exit using Fibonacci extensions.
In Part 2 of my “Hedging Your Portfolio with Options” course, we’re going to cover which option strike and expiration you want to choose for your hedge, and how to cover your portfolio using the appropriate E.T.F. (Exchange Traded Fund)