LadyAmalthea12

WATCHING $AMTX for ENTRY TARGET @ 10.32

NASDAQ:AMTX   Aemetis, Inc
WATCHING $AMTX for ENTRY TARGET @ 10.32
I’m practicing to nail my entries even better… if target hits I will take a position.

Looks like a really beautiful upside here.



If there's any ticker symbol you'd like me to determine a good entry price just comment below and I'll do as many as time permits. Some days I have lots of time and other’s not so much but as I can I’ll do them (and If I have enough charts left)
Hardcore Swinger... Purely Technical... Just riding these crazy waves... I am not your financial advisor. Here's a link to my training video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dz58W3-u66E&ab_channel=KarolinaBorkowski

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I did
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@jm25, Cool... I'm learning how to trade options so any input is helpful... You buy calls and sell puts at this level? haha... it's so confusing... let's see if I can get it... 🤣 Have a nice weekend, my friend.
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jm25 LadyAmalthea12
@LadyAmalthea12, you too, Im doing lamb steaks tomorrow. Basically if you think the stock is going to go up really fast buy calls. if you think its going to go down really fast by puts. the problem is as it gets closer to expiry the value decays to zero, and as it trades sideways it decays from volatility going down. so if the price goes up and you dont take profit you could see the contracts go to zero if you get greedy. this is why if I were holding 3 contracts I would sell 2 of them at 50% gain for break even and hold the other. Buying contracts is long volatility.

selling contracts is short volatility. selling also benefits from time decay. when you sell contracts, you want them to go to zero. so I just sold a put at $10, if it trades sideways or only goes up a little bit, that is the best scenario because then I keep the premium and can sell another contract next month for a nice premium. if it goes down a little bit (below 10) then I get exercised (forced to buy 100 shares at 10) but I still make money because the premium out ways the loss from it going below 10. if it goes down a lot then I get left holding a bag. say it is at $6 on expiry, my gain is -400+premium collected. in addition If i try to sell a call at $10 with the 100 shares I had to buy, the premium on the call may not be so high because the price went down so much. the other bad scenario would be if it went all the way up to $15. in this case I only made $150 premium and would have been better off simply purchasing shares at ten. this doesnt scare me because I am already holding too many shares and this will be an opportunity to sell calls at 20, 17.5, and 15
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@jm25, oh my gosh... that's a lot to take in. I need to read that again slowly a few times. I just recently got interested in options and the ability to conserve capital sounds nice. I WILL figure this out 🤣 Thank you so much.
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im selling $10 puts when it gets to your target
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@jm25, DO IT... and let me know what happens. 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
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@jm25 hey hey... target hit... sell some puts 😜
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jm25 LadyAmalthea12
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