Trading Journal #207
Tuesday, Jul.11, 2023 | Options Trading | Daily Journal
|9:30am-10:00am| Started the day buying SPY Puts for +70% gains and AMZN Calls for nice cash flow on chatroom
|10:00am-13:00pm| Scalped some INTC Calls for +120% gains and SPY for +50% and +30% gains.
|End of Day resume| Was a bit slow ahead tomorrow CPI numbers but nice gains with SPY AMZN INTC trades. 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 – SPY Jul 11 $440 Puts from 0.62 to 0.7 for 109$ PnL*
9:34AM – AMZN Jul 14 $130 Calls from 0.85 to 1.1 for 286$ PnL*
9:36AM – SPY Jul 11 $441 Calls from 0.7 to 0.85 for 194$ PnL*
9:41AM – SPY Jul 11 $440 Puts from 0.6 to 1 for 660$ PnL*
9:51AM – SPY Jul 11 $441 Calls from 0.45 to 0.5 for 84$ PnL*
9:58AM – SPY Jul 11 $441 Calls from 0.45 to 0.55 for 194$ PnL*
10:05AM – INTC Jul 14 $33 Calls from 0.3 to 0.65 for 1116$ PnL*
10:07AM – SPY Jul 11 $440 Calls from 0.65 to 0.98 for 477$ PnL*
10:59AM – SPY Jul 11 $440 Puts from 0.4 to 0.35 for -155$ PnL*
11:15AM – SPY Jul 11 $441 Puts from 0.7 to 0.92 for 292$ PnL*
11:51AM – AAPL Jul 14 $190 Calls from 0.65 to 0.8 for 207$ PnL*
|Today PnL*| +3,464$ gains
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*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.
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