Sometimes Its Easy – Strategy Discussion On The VIX Index Call Options Trade – July 24 2015

One of the easiest trades this year has definitely been the VIX Index Calls Strategy.

Today my call options are rising quickly. The profits from the August trade are already up 20% and the September trade is up 15% in just a little over a week. This is another trade that requires small capital outlay and if followed properly the outcome can be highly profitable.

This is the latest strategy discussion on the VIX Index Trade. I have outlined in the article my outlook, my exit plan and how I will be handling this trade into next week.

VIX Index Strategy Outline for July 24 2015

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