Simpler Setups: How to Trade the Squeeze

Going Back to Basics…or Starting There!

Being a trader that works on identifying directional moves means that you absolutely need to have a specific method that you use to determine if or when a directional move could happen. Now, obviously, nothing is 100% or I’d be living on my dream private island in Belize! But, just because it’ll never be 100% doesn’t mean you shouldn’t work to improve your edge every chance you get.

The baseline of that edge has to be a setup. A setup is a signal that has been tried and tested, and you know it works more often than not, within a certain set of circumstances.

Here at Simpler, that setup is the Squeeze. I jumped into the Free Trading Room last week to run through a special session on Options 101: Trading the Squeeze.

Check out the video breakdown below:


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