Trading Trainer was founded in 2003 and released to the public in 2005 by A.J. Brown. Our goal at Trading Trainer is to teach regular people, traders, and investors alike how to safely become better and smarter at trading options. Students develop a subtle understanding of market trends, allowing them to transform their portfolio into a consistent income stream.
At Trading Trainer we're always on the lookout for great trading opportunities, and we've got a good one set up in GE right now. If you're interested in learning more about opportunities like this, feel free to jump into our daily webinar, where we show you some of our strategies. Grab your seat now!
Are you sizing your investments based on the potential reward you might receive? Rookie mistake. Have you lost in the past, and this bet, if it pays out, will cover your losses from before? Is there something you want to buy? A couch? A car? A house? Your kid’s education? Your retirement? And, if this one investment works out, you’ll be set? These are all amateur ways of thinking that will quickly end your journey as an investor and leave a sour taste in your mouth. Follow along in this short episode to see the easy way to ensure your success as an investor. Short answer, size does matter. Watch Now! Are you interested in learning more about money management and how to calculate your risk-reward ratios? Head on over to our coaching page and sign-up for your free strategy session. We can discuss your goals and what you need for your options trading plan: https://www.tradingtrainer.com/coaching/ Be sure to leave a comment below. Let’s have a discussion. Then, follow us on: Facebook: facebook.com/tradingtrainer Twitter: twitter.com/tradingtrainer And our Podcast: tradingtrainer.com/podcast
If you're listening to this than you might already be asking yourself that question, why Options? What are they? How are they traded? Why should I even consider them? Well, you've come to the right place. Over the past 15 years I've made it a goal of mine to teach others the wonderful powers behind options, and very strategic methods for using them to boost your portfolio, limit risk, and take advantage of a very unique trading tool.
In a previous episode we discussed the methodology behind covering a call with a call, and in this episode we're going to talk about the reverse of that, covering a put with a put. Covered puts work essentially the same way as covered calls, except that the underlying equity position is a short instead of a long stock position, and the option sold is a put rather than a call. A covered put investor typically has a neutral to slightly bearish sentiment.
When you buy a call, you pay the option premium in exchange for the right to buy shares at a fixed price (strike price) on or before a certain date (expiration date). Investors most often buy calls when they are bullish on a stock or other security because it offers leverage. In this video we go further into detail on what covering a call with a call looks like.
We talked about call options, now it's time to cover the second type of options contract, called a put option. A put option is a contract that gives its holder the right to sell a number of equity shares at the strike price, before the option's expiry. If an investor owns shares of a stock and owns a put option, the option is exercised when the stock price falls below the strike price. In this episode we go over the details of a put option, and how we trade them here at Trading Trainer.
Trading Options can be a little confusing to a new trader. They are complex trading tools. But they have also been created to assist the overall market place. Call options are a type of option that increases in value when a stock rises. They’re the best-known kind of option, and they allow the owner to lock in a price to buy a specific stock by a specific date. Call options are appealing because they can appreciate quickly on a small move up in the stock price. So that makes them a favorite with traders who are looking for a big gain. In this episode we'll discuss what a call option is and how we use them at Trading Trainer.
In this episode of The A.J. Brown Show, we talk about profit and loss diagrams. What are they? How do we use them? Do they help our Options trading? If you've never tried to use them for your trading, then this might be the episode for you.
A lot of people get scared away when they hear the words derivative or options. It sounds hard and complicated. Well, that's what we're here for. To make the complicated easy. In this episode, we discuss the big deal about options. What are they? Why do we trade them? Why should you care? And as always, if you're interested in learning more, head on over to tradingtrainer.com and sign up for free to get start learning about A.J.'s amazing strategies.
In this episode A.J. breaks down options, in the way that he sees it. He talks about the perks of options, the features that suit him best, and why those strategies have allowed him to be a successful trader for many many years now. So if you've ever had to ask yourself, what is an option? Then this is the episode for you!
In this latest episode A.J. goes into his secrets on the best ways to get your orders filled. Whether you're piecing together a spread or individual plays, here's a great approach for getting the best price and fill.
In this episode, I walk you through my daily trading routine, some of my tools, and the psychology behind certain daily trends in the market and in trading days in genreatl. If you've wanted to better plan out your trading day, then this is episode is for you!
In this episode, we explore risk and what it means to your investing. If you're looking for a mathematical way to make risk free trades and make large returns... this might be a surprising message for you. Take about 5 minutes and watch this video now. Are you interested in learning more about risk and money management? Head on over to our coaching page and sign-up for your free strategy session. We can discuss your goals and what would be the best risk and money management plan for you: http://www.tradingtrainer.com/coaching/