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Papermoney – Two new trades

March 24, 2009 by Ryan Barr

Two new positions in the papermoney portfolio. Both are effectively short equity positions via options, puts on the SPY and calls on the SKF.

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Two for one – Today’s recap and the overnight trade – March 12 2009

March 12, 2009 by Ryan Barr

Recap my gunned out stop from last night, and today’s wicked profitable day. Oh yeah, a chart on why I’m short /ES as well.

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Papermoney: Exiting the SKF Position

March 12, 2009 by Ryan Barr

Call me a chicken if you’d like. I’ve closed down the SKF position because of my concern with decay in the value of the options. I guess I can’t complain, 4 days and 8.9% total portfolio profit and 65.8% on a single trade.

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Short /ES at 717.25 for another nightly run up

March 11, 2009 by Ryan Barr

Going short the /ES again. Inside, you’ll find a quick chart workup of the trade, my thoughts and an update on my stops.

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Recap of /ES trades March 9th/10th and an update to the SKF papermoney trade.

March 10, 2009 by Ryan Barr

Lots of trades today. Most of them chasing what could have been. Take a look for a recap of my /ES trades, what I’ve learned from them. Also, a solid recap of the SKF trade with a few charts on both SKF and XLF (what drives SKF).

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Papermoney – April SKF Put Update – Letting the profits ride

March 10, 2009 by Ryan Barr

I’ve closed off 10 of the 13 SKF Puts. Locking in the initial investment and a couple grand in profits. Details inside…

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New Papermoney Trade – Long April 140 SKF Puts

March 9, 2009 by Ryan Barr

The SKF Put position that was detailed earlier this weekend has been filled. I’ve added an additional few contracts to add into this already profitable play.

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Reset the portfolio

March 7, 2009 by Ryan Barr

It’s time to restart the papermoney portfolio. I’ve included a quick reference to the new format for the tracking table and the analysis of my first order in this new portfolio.

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