PlanTradePlanMM

USL Long, option trade with big stop buffer

Long
PlanTradePlanMM Pro Updated   
AMEX:USL   United States 12 Month Oil
USL Long, option trade with big stop buffer

Try to accumulate oil long position at bottom in next two months.

Stock Entry: Below 10.4
Stop: 9.6 (down to new low)
Target1: 14.2; risk/reward=1:3
Target2: 19; risk/reward=1:18

In option trade, I bought Oct Call Butterfly C11/16/21 (Delta 0.15), limit 0.9;
Sell P7 (Delta -0.18) Limit 0.9;
Total simulate long 33 shares stock for free.
None stop, Willing to be assigned at $7, if there is another 33% down from current price.

This is a trading school homework. I need 6 months to practice trading plan.
If you like it, thank you for your support. Please use SIM/Demo account to try it, until my trading plans get high winning rate.

Important Note:
Yesterday, I created USO trading plan. I added following comment:
USO long term target is "0". It is only good for short term trading. If it sounds strange, please google the reason.

Since I knew that USO is not good for long term up direction, I will Long USL to long Oil , and short USO to short Oil . 4/28/2020, USO shares will be merged from 8 to 1.
The only problem in USL is its options are not actively traded as USO. I have to pay $0.1 more than the mid price to get order filled.
Trade active: In option trade, I bought Oct Call Butterfly C11/16/21 (Delta 0.15), limit 0.9;
Sell P7 (Delta -0.18) Limit 0.9;
Total simulate long 33 shares stock for free.
None stop, Willing to be assigned at $7, if there is another 33% down from current price.
Trade active: Sell Oct P5 Limit 0.55
Willing to be assigned, adding position at bottom.
Trade active: BuyToClose P5 limit 0.34; P7 limit 0.7; Remove the down side risk.
This is Small winner.
If oil goes down, sell put again.
Trade closed: target reached: This is a winner
Disclaimer

The information and publications are not meant to be, and do not constitute, financial, investment, trading, or other types of advice or recommendations supplied or endorsed by TradingView. Read more in the Terms of Use.