Below is a daily chart of Microsoft Corporation (MSFT).



Trade:  Over $114.91, consider shorting Oct (10/5) $113/109 bull put credit spread (5 DTE) for mid-point (closed at $.38/share).

Technical Setup:  Breakout from bullish 4-day consolidation in top half of Bullish Engulfing Range Expansion bar above r20-MA on the daily, bullish weekly and monthly.

Option Strategy:   Bull Put Credit Spread (BPCS).

Stop Loss:  $113.58.


Below is a daily chart of The Boeing Company (BA).



Trade:  Over or the 30-Min. high (provided trading over $372.51), consider shorting Oct (10/5) $362.5/357.5 bull put credit spread (5 DTE) for mid-point but limit of $.45/share (closed at $.52/share).

Technical Setup:  Bullish move from prior retracement from new multi-month highs above the r20-MA on the daily, bullish weekly and monthly, and ITA sector bullish.

Option Strategy:   Bull Put Credit Spread (BPCS).

Stop Loss:  $364.28.


We are confident we will find more trade ideas once we get more confirmation of market direction early in the week.







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A quick simplified approach to calculating contract size is to simply base your contract size based on the number of shares permitted in your Trading Plan as if you were trading the stock or ETF.

Simple Share Sizing = $ Risk / Stop Loss

The amount of money that you are willing to risk – divided by – the stop loss amount. For example, $100 / .20 = 500 shares

Credit Spread example, if your Trading Plan allowed you to trade 543 shares of AAPL based on the stop loss, then simply round down to the nearest hundred and short an equivalent number of contracts of the option.

Since 1 contract represents 100 shares of the underlying, this would be five (5) contracts.


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