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$337 profit across 6 trades in November

Happy December!


For the updates this week:

  1. $337 profit across 6 trades in November



 

$337 profit in November


4 new trades were placed in November, and all 4 were closed for a profit. At the same time, 2 older trades were also closed, bringing the total this month to $337 across 6 trades.

New trades in November:


Older trades:


With November done, here's the running total of realised profits since the course's inception:

  • Year One (Sep 2022 - Aug 2023) - $3,422

  • Sep 2023 - $462

  • Oct 2023 - $136

  • Nov 2023 - $337


This brings the total for the last 15 months to a realised profit of $4,357 or a running monthly average of $290.

I said last month that profits from option trades aren't linear, with October coming in with just $136. However that's sandwiched between 2 good months of September and October at $462 and $337 respectively, or about $311 per month for the last 3 months.

If you're familiar with options and want to follow along the trade updates, you can sign up for my Bread Crumb subscription which is priced at $49/month.

i.e. over the last 15 months you would have paid $735 and made $4,357 - or 5.9x the subscription fee.

Every trade I share is from my real portfolio, which means I have skin in the game!

If the trade isn't making money, I'm not making money either.

Do note none of these are recommendations - I'm just sharing trade updates within my own portfolio which may or may not be right for you.



 

Closing words & useful links


The rally continued this week and the VIX continues to be super low at 12.63. I did try adding a few trades this week but I erred on the conservative side just because of how low volatility has been.

I will continue to take a patient approach - no point jumping into trades for the sake of it, and being stuck in positions when volatility inevitably comes back (like it did in September and October).



 
 

This article is for educational purposes only. This is my own portfolio which is being managed according to my goals and risk tolerance. Your situation is likely different and you should do your own due diligence before investing in stocks or options.

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