I had suggested in my Agenda post that TSLA's bid/ask spread was overly wide, but I obtained a narrower spread by changing the options series, and I've edited the Agenda to conform.
I declined to analyze NOV, DD and APC because of insufficient open interest on the options series I intended to trade.
My iron condor on DOW moved into unprofitable territory and I exited the puts, transforming the position into a bear call spread.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, July 27, 2015References
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