Brayden Sutton is a venture dog of the highest order. The hardest working consultant in the business, he’s been brought on to right the ship at a wide variety of public companies, while also running market awareness websites, putting out how to videos, and running his own portfolio. What he doesn’t know about the public market space, especially in the medical marijuana, tech and resource sectors, probably doesn’t warrant knowing.
So when he puts out a video to explain his take on hedging, it’s probably worth your time.
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If you’re at all like me, you’re 100% long, everything, almost all the time.
That’s not safe to do without a hedging strategy like this one using the S&P 500’s options as a hedge against big market downturns.
Right now markets are way up, however they don’t have a lot of reason to be at the moment. Hence my urgency to address a common question I’m getting, how do I hedge properly?
You can almost think of a hedge like a life insurance policy. You don’t ever want to NEED it, but, as a trader or investor in the capital markets you need to have it. And every year your insurance renewal goes through, you pay for it again the next year. Your stock portfolio needs that same kind of insurance and it can be done, very easily, by almost anyone.
I explain my method in this video, with more to come explaining how I choose the option strike prices and expiry dates.
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