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2022 SPX put credit spreads trading review – week 14

Last week,the SPX PCS strategy finished up by +5.87% while SPX lost -1.27%. Our overall SPX account is up +123.11% since the beginning of this program. However, we still have -$3,035 in unrealized losses. At some point we will have to work hard to offset those losses.

We are also slightly adjusting our trading strategy due to extreme volatility and pushing all deltas down to delta 14 – 15 only. We will collect fewer premiums but stay safer. Once the markets calm down we may become more aggressive again.
 

Initial trade set ups

 

For my SPX strategy, I dedicated a $3,600 initial amount that will be used to trade SPX PCS strategy per week. If this amount is depleted, I will evaluate the strategy to determine whether to continue or change it. If I grow this amount, I will scale up the trading.
 

WHAT WILL WE TRADE?    
DAY DTE TYPE
MONDAY 7 DTE Put Credit Spread
TUESDAY 30 DTE Put Credit Spread
WEDNESDAY 7 DTE Put Credit Spread
FRIDAY 60 DTE Put Credit Spread
EVERY MONTH 120 DTE Put Debit Spread – HEDGE

 

Last week trading

 

Overall, the strategy resulted in a $445.00 gain last week. Note that the gain might be unrealized as some or all trades may be still open. We also have quite a few credit call spreads that will give us some hard time in the near future as the market will go higher and we will have to roll them but overall, I expect good returns.
 

Initial account value (since inception: 12/07/2021): $3,600.00
Last week beginning value: $7,586.95
Last week ending value: $8,031.95 (+5.87%; total: +123.11%)
The highest capital requirements to trade this strategy: $19,160
Unrealized Gain: -$3,035 (-18.44%)
Realized Gain: $7,382 (+44.85%)
Total Gain: $4,347 (+26.41%)

 

SPX PCS account value
SPX PCS account value
 
Our SPX net-liq grew up again last week. The market is volatile too much so we might be adjusting our existing trades and take Friday’s trades only. We will evaluate case by case which trade to take.
 

SPX PCS account vs SPX
SPX PCS account vs SPX index net liq
 
Our account is outperforming the market so far and I hope that it will continue like that. We have a few bearish expectations and panic still rattling the markets so, we need to slow down a bit to be prepared for any eventuality that this market will go lower and retest the lows.

 

SPX PCS account vs SPX
SPX PCS account vs SPX index
 

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