Neutral Options Strategies
The beauty of options is that you don't need to try and predict future market movement. With the right strategies, you can trade within a neutral range and still profit.
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Long Strangle

A long strangle is a multi-leg, risk-defined, neutral strategy with unlimited profit potential. Long strangles have no directional bias but require a large enough move in the underlying asset to exceed the break-even price on either the long call or long put option.
Long Strangle
Kirk Du Plessis
Apr 19, 2021

If the short strangle is the premier options strategy then the long strangle is an option strategy you want to avoid like the plague. We will not spend too much time on this strategy because it's a strategy you frankly should never use. But, as always, we want to present everything to you and let you ultimately make the final decision. In this video tutorial we'll show you a couple examples of how you would build a long strangle expecting ultra-ultra-volatile moves in the underlying stock.

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Iron Butterfly
An iron butterfly is a multi-leg, risk-defined, neutral strategy with limited profit potential. Iron butterflies have no directional bias and capitalize on a decrease in volatility and minimal movement from the underlying stock.

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