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Hi Jim,

My question might be more suitable for the "Really Basic Questions" board.

I assume you often have more than one active trade at any given time. For instance, if you have 10 active trades and risk 2.5% on each trade then you are risking 25% of your trading capital. What if all 10 trades were bullish and the market nose-dived ? Ouch.

I accept your math on single position size but...How many option trades are you willing to do at a time? If you do more than one, do you balance them with some being bullish and some bearish ?

Thanks, Steve

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