As traders gain experience, they often branch out and experiment with new strategies. Questions arise about which trading techniques make the most sense, and the question-and-answer session that follows sheds some light on the strategy of selling put spreads versus selling naked puts. The following series of questions comes from a rookie options trader. The answers are provided by Mark Wolfinger, a former options market maker with over 20 years of options trading experience. His answers are in bold. Question: Mark, I did a bull put spread —just 2 contracts.
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When running this strategy, you want the call you sell to expire worthless. This strategy has a low profit potential if the stock remains below strike A at expiration, but unlimited potential risk if the stock goes up. The reason some traders run this strategy is that there is a high probability for success when selling very out-of-the-money options.
In securities trading in general, a naked position refers to a securities position, long or short, that is not hedged from market risk. Both the potential gain and the potential risk are greater when a position is naked instead of covered or hedged in some way. In options trading this phrase specifically refers to an option sold by a trader without an established position in the underlying security. A naked stock position does not have the hedging associated with a call or put option or perhaps an opposite position in a related stock.
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