What you can expect to learn from our Masters Class: The Short Term Calendar.
1 Why this is a great strategy?
2. What market conditions to initiate this strategy?
3. The exclusive 4 Step Risk Management plan designed by Dan
4. How to structure this trade each week?
5. When to take off for small loss and not adjust?
6. Which one Adjustment is Dan’s “Go to” Adjustment?
Class Description: Sheridan is dedicating an online class to Mastering 1 strategy on 1 underline. Hone your craft with Dan as he explores the market using live trades.
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 info@Sheridanmentoring.com
- 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 Annotations
Class #1 Annotation:
7-Trade Schedule for Live Calendar Trades
9:05-Big Picture Perspective: 3 Buckets all strategies fit under?
14:20-Calendar Philosophy and Greeks
32:50-When to trade Narrower Width Calendars
35:25-When to trade Longer duration VS Shorter Duration Calendars?
42:55- Should I trade Call or Put Calendars?
47:52-Dan’s Unique 4 Step Risk Management Plan
49-What is the price I should execute my trades at?
50:25-What conditions to do or not do a Short Term Calendar?
53:20-How does Average True Range and VIX tell me if OK to do Calendars?
58:40-Are Implied Volatility Skews important with Calendars?
1:04:00-Best vehicles for Calendar Trading?
1:05:35-What is the Road or Plan to becoming a good Calendar Craftsmen?
1:06:20-Keys to Success in trading short term Calendars?
1:08:15-Best Day to initiate short term Calendars?
1:13:00-Technical Considerations with Calendars
1:13:25-Live Trade Prep for Today’s Trade
1:17:30-Live Trade for Today and Risk Management Plan
1:52:49-End of Today’s Class
Class #3 Annotation:
3:00-High delta condor construction
10:00-Optional put purchase
20:00-Risk management plan
40:00-Live trade illustration
45:00-Q & A
50:00 to end- Dan with live trade
Class #4 Annotation:
19:25-How do we trade 9-10 day Calendars when VIX is high?
26:10-Trading 8 VS 22 Day Calendars when VIX is high?
30:05-Trading Longer Term Calendar when VIX is high?
43:00-Live Calendar Trades in a High Volatility environment
Class #5 Annotation:
2:50-Review Class Trades
9:48-Examining the Market and special indicators
19:20-Calendar in a Higher VIX environment
23:29-Live Trade and Risk Management
Important Notice- Course Materials Disclaimer
The course offering can change at any time at Sheridan Options Mentoring’s Discretion. Any changes to this Educational Program will be posted on the web site, which will serve as notification of any changes. Dan Sheridan’s classes are for Educational purposes only. We are not an advisory service, nor do we guarantee any kind of return on investment. Sheridan Mentoring does not offer refunds on online class purchases.
Important Notice- Risk Disclaimer
Futures & Stock options trading has large potential rewards, but also large potential risk. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest in the futures and stock options markets. Don’t trade with money you can’t afford to lose. This is neither a solicitation nor an offer to buy or sell futures or options. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those discussed on this web site. The pas performance of any stock option trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results.
Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain inherent limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual stock option trading. Also, since the option trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under- or over- compensated for the impact, if any, certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated stock option trading programs in general are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]