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Does anyone use options levels in trading?

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Hi!

Options levels are catching price by some reasons.
These levels can be drawn on a chart manually or automatically.

Does anyone use it?
And have some history from CME bulletin for these levels?

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Other than the implied move to get a rough indication of the day, I don't.

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I used them in the past but for me personally intraday S/R is more reliable.

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Other than the implied move to get a rough indication of the day, I don't.

@futs interesting answer, how do you compute the implied move??

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@futs interesting answer, how do you compute the implied move??

I usually just use my platforms Expected Move number.

However, you can buy the ATM straddle, and the next strike ITM stangle and divide by two to get an estimate. Thus works on ES and SPX every MWF.

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