Monday, Jul.10, 2023 | Options Trading | Daily Journal


|9:30am-10:00am| Started the day buying AMZN calls but no momentum so I closed and bought QQQ Puts for +155% gains and TSLA Puts for +100% gains on chatroom,

|10:00am-13:00pm| Scalped some AMZN Calls and SPY for small cash flow and done.

|End of Day resume| Great first 30min session with QQQ Puts and TSLA Puts giving huge cash flow for the day and week. I decided not risk much on slow choppy action as part of my risk management. I’m very happy with my risk management, trading plan, focus and resilience. Need to keep my focus and repeat the process over and over again!


|Options Trades Log|

9:30AM – AMZN Jul 14 $131 Calls from 1.05 to 1 for -62$ PnL*
9:33AM – TSLA Jul 14 $260 Puts from 1.3 to 2.6 for 1031$ PnL*
9:33AM – AMZN Jul 14 $131 Calls from 0.94 to 0.94 for -14$ PnL*
9:36AM – QQQ Jul 10 $366 Puts from 0.75 to 1.9 for 1480$ PnL*

10:07AM – AMZN Jul 14 $129 Calls from 1 to 1.1 for 88$ PnL*
10:35AM – SPY Jul 10 $439 Puts from 0.75 to 1 for 310$ PnL*
10:52AM – SPY Jul 10 $439 Calls from 0.65 to 0.65 for -18$ PnL*
10:57AM – SPY Jul 10 $439 Calls from 0.55 to 0.59 for 51$ PnL*

|End of Day PnL*| +2,866$ gains



Useful links:


Don't miss next FREE content!



This trading journal is a log of all the options trades made. It is a tool that I use to track my progress and improve my trading strategies over time. I use this information to analyze my trading performance, identify patterns, and improve my decision-making processes. By keeping a trading journal, I can learn from my successes and mistakes, and make better trading decisions in the future. You can use other tools for journal as TraderSync , Tradervue or Excel

*Content is provided for informational purposes only considering average $1,000 per trade.
Comissions already included: $0.60 per contract, per trade. All entries and exits are timestamped realtime via Discord Bot. Traders can have different Entries, Exits, Dollar Amount, Risk management and Comissions.

You can find all my journals on BlogPast historical data is no guarantee on future returns