Volatility Skew Vs Smile!!! & various Option Volatility Trading Strategies

This session explains about Volatility Skew & Smile

1) What is Volatility?

It is a derivative product of premium
Based on premium Volatility pattern,
Volatility Smile
Volatility Skew

2) Volatility Smile

Occurs in all types
Occurs when VIX less than 15
Short Strangle and Double calendars

3) Volatility Reverse Skew

Generally occurs in indices due to put buy
Occurs when VIX is higher than 15
Best to use Elite+ Strategy

4) Volatility Forward Skew

Generally occurs in stocks, Currency & commodities
Market is bullish due to some news in indices
Best to use Poor Man’s covered Call

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Jegathesan Durairaj, a mathematician by qualification, an Ex-software professional and now a full time Risk Defined Option Writer. With his Open Book Strategies, he is the most known identity in twitter as itjegan, with huge followers. He had won Zerodha 60 Day Challenge – 10 Times round-the-clock. He is one of the prime Option Writing Trainer and tutored close to 1000 members till now.

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