The first 9 minutes of the above video previews the new class. The rest of the video talks in general about Managing By The Greeks.

Class Details

Class Description: In this class, Dan Sheridan shares with you how he constructs, trades, and manages his trades using The Greeks.

Class Format: This is an On-Demand Course. Once a student buys this class, an email is then sent, containing login credentials to access the archived class page. Purchasing access to a class gives 6 months of access to all class recordings, as well as trade updates, PDF’s and PowerPoints. Any questions?Email us at

Class Specifics:

  • You are welcome to ask questions directly to Dan or another mentor
  • Each class recording is a minimum of 1 hour and includes PDF’s of class materials

Detailed Course Content

Class 1: Covered Writes, Collars, and Credit Spreads: Managing them by the Greeks  10-22-2018

1:50 ~  Define:  Manage By The Greeks

9:00 ~   Big Picture  Perspective  of all the Option Strategies

15:15 ~   Sheridan Mentoring Philosophy

17:50 ~   Key Metrics for Managing Trades by The Greeks

30:30 ~   Margin Consideration when Managing Trades by the Greeks

31:30 ~  Key Criteria that drive your decisions

34:30 ~  4 Step Plan in Managing trades by the Greeks

36:20 ~  Long Call example

46:50 ~  Long Vertical or Synthetic Collar

50 ~  In the Money  Covered Write

53  ~   Collar

Class 2:  Delta Neutral Trading and Managing Iron Condors by the Greeks  10-24-2018

0 ~ Look at SPX Price chart and Average True Range

17 ~  Todays’ Class  Outline

18:30 ~ Delta Neutral Trading

40:30 ~  Managing Iron Condors By the Greeks

1:13:00 ~ End

Class 3:   Three Live Trade Examples

0 ~ Price Chart

8 ~ Long Portfolio Strategy:   Long Diagonal  Example

39 ~ Long Portfolio Strategy:  Longer Term Iron Condor

1:05:30 ~  Speculative Portfolio Strategy:   Iron Condor during Earnings

1:16:00 ~ End

Class 4:   Various Popular Neutral to Bullish Trades and what the Greeks tell us?  10-31-2018

0 ~ Intro and outline and Price Charts

11 ~ SPX Iron Condor Longer Term

17 ~ Iron Condor  Shorter term

27 ~ Credit Spreads

Class 5:  Jay Bailey:  Adjustment Philosophy

12 ~  Why do we teach Adjustments?

20 ~  Calendar Adjustment Example

25:35 ~  Adjustments to Prevent Large Losses

41 ~ Option Adjustments in the Past

43 ~ Delta Objectives?

49 ~ Vega Objectives with Adjustments

51 ~ Theta Objectives with Adjustments

55:30 ~ Adjustment Considerations and General Guidelines

1:8:00 ~ End

Class 6:   How we   Manage  Popular Strategies by the Greeks  11-7-2018

1 ~ Live Example from a Double Calendar I had on from yesterday

20:40 ~  Multiple Positions and Fire Drill on a   $5000 Sample Portfolio

26 ~  Constructing and Managing a Multiple Strategy Trade Live in my Broker platform

1:26:00 ~ End

Class 7:  Focus on Popular Strategies and Manage By The Greeks

1:50 ~  Long Portfolio: Credit Spread

16 ~ Long Portfolio: Long Diagonal

28 ~ Income Portfolio:  Iron Condor

37:30 ~ Income Portfolio: Iron Butterfly

44 ~ End

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