Pete says “If you buy the put, the 1525 put in July (which is currently $19), it’s only 10 points out of the money right now. In other words it’s 10 points from being there. And volatility goes up as the market goes down. That’s a winner.”
Pete also says “You can sell the upside call. You can go up to the July 1575 (which is currently $11) You sell that call you‘re getting close to $11 dollars. The put is costing you about $19.”
Dylan Ratigan adds “You’re selling the 1575 and collecting the $11 and using the $11 to help pay for the cost of your put – and what you’re giving up is any upside if the S&P goes beyond 1575.
Dylan also reminds the panel that ProShares Short Dow30 (DOG), ProShares Short S&P500 (SH) and UltraShort QQQ ProShares (QID) are three exchange traded funds that go up when the market goes down.
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