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Market crash, how to make money?

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Well..if u cant add Singles consistently.......dont look for the lottery...most probably u will lose it.......look at crude today trading 1 lot made 40k in indian the whole move down twice and EOD snap back up.....

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stay in the game for long u will be rich......oh and remember mkt when everybody is expecting to crash..just wont...look at 2008 2020...nobody saw it might go down ordely way..but major crash...before that as proxies crude & NG will have to crack big......

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from @CannonTrading

Selling calls and buying puts as a spread, hopefully for a credit.

Shorting the futures and buying a call for protection.

Vertical call spread

Reverse ratio spread

Yes, I agree with the suggestion about 'reverse ratio spread', e.g. Sell 1 ITM Put and Buy 2 OTM Puts. It is a limited risk, unlimited profit options strategy. If you use monthlys, you could run daily or weekly bullish options trades against the position as a hedge during adverse market cycles in the shorter timeframes. Put it up on OptionVue or similar analysis tool first.

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One of the best ways to take advantage without worrying about the time decay of options is to buy inverted index ETFs. Value goes up when market goes down. And there are 3x leveraged versions if you like the leverage of options.

Damn i didn't even know such a thing exists. Thank you for educating me.

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