Rolling Positions

Rolling positions is an effective way to increase trade duration and gives you more time to be right and let the probabilities work.
Rolling Positions
Kirk Du Plessis
Apr 19, 2021

Rolling strategies from one month to the next is an effective way to increase trading timeline or duration, giving yourself more time to be right and letting the probabilities work. In this video we'll give you a couple examples of how rolling a strategy to the next month could be beneficial in keeping a trade alive and finally turning a profit. Moreover, we'll present our guidelines of things you want to make sure to check before you roll the position to the next month. It's important to realize that rolling is not always beneficial and taking a loss on a trade sometimes can be the best choice as opposed to rolling only to find yourself with an even bigger loss.

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Rolling Positions

Rolling positions is an effective way to increase trade duration and gives you more time to be right and let the probabilities work.
Rolling Positions
Kirk Du Plessis
Apr 19, 2021

Rolling strategies from one month to the next is an effective way to increase trading timeline or duration, giving yourself more time to be right and letting the probabilities work. In this video we'll give you a couple examples of how rolling a strategy to the next month could be beneficial in keeping a trade alive and finally turning a profit. Moreover, we'll present our guidelines of things you want to make sure to check before you roll the position to the next month. It's important to realize that rolling is not always beneficial and taking a loss on a trade sometimes can be the best choice as opposed to rolling only to find yourself with an even bigger loss.

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Next lesson
Pairs Hedging
With pairs hedging, you can make adjustments by using similar or correlated underlying positions to hedge other positions in the same sector or industry.