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not verified

You have reached a domain that is pending ICANN verification.

As of January 1, 2014 the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will mandate that all ICANN accredited registrars begin verifying the Registrant WHOIS contact information for all new domain registrations and Registrant contact modifications.

Why this domain has been suspended

Email address has not been verified.
This is a new domain registration and the Registrant email address has not been verified.

or

The Registrant contact data for this domain was modified but still requires verification.
Specifically the First Name, Last Name and/or email address have been changed and never verified.

If you're the site owner, reactivate your site

nicht überprüft

Sie haben eine Domäne erreicht, deren ICANN-Verifizierung noch aussteht.

Ab 1. Januar 2014 sind alle ICANN-zugelassenen Registrierungsstellen gemäß der Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) verpflichtet, die WHOIS-Kontaktdaten aller neuen Domänenregistrierungen, sowie Kontaktänderungen der Registranten zu überprüfen.

Warum diese Domäne gesperrt wurde

Die E-Mail-Adresse wurde nicht bestätigt.
Dies ist eine neue Domänenregistrierung und die E-Mail-Adresse des Registranten wurde nicht bestätigt.

oder

Die Kontaktdaten des Registranten für diese Domäne wurden geändert, und müssen noch bestätigt werden.
Insbesondere Vorname, Zuname bzw. E-Mail-Adresse wurden geändert, und wurden bisher noch nicht überprüft.

Wenn Sie Inhaber der Website sind, reaktivieren Sie Ihre Website

no verificado

Usted ha llegado a un dominio que está pendiente de verificación por parte de la ICANN.

A partir del 1 de enero de 2014 la corporación Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) exigirá a todos los registradores acreditados que realicen un procesos de verificación de la información de contacto publicada en el WHOIS, en todos los registros nuevos de dominios y cambios de titular.

Por qué se ha suspendido este dominio

La dirección de correo electrónica no se ha sido validada.
Este es un registro de dominio nuevo y la dirección de correo electrónico del titular registrado no se ha validado.

o

Los datos de contacto del titular registrado para este dominio se modificaron, pero aún están pendiente de ser validados.
Específicamente el primer nombre, apellido y/o correo electrónico han sido cambiados y todavía no han sido validados.

Si usted es el propietario del sitio, reactívelo

non vérifié

Vous êtes sur un domaine en attente de vérification.

À compter du 1er janvier 2014, l'Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) demandera à l'ensemble des bureaux d'enregistrement accrédités par l'ICANN de vérifier les informations de contact WHOIS des titulaires pour tous les nouveaux enregistrements de domaines et toutes les modifications des ces informations.

Pourquoi ce domaine a-t-il été suspendu?

L'adresse de courriel n'a pas été vérifiée.
Il s'agit de l'enregistrement d'un nouveau domaine et l'adresse de courriel du titulaire n'a pas été vérifiée.

ou

Les données de contact du titulaire pour ce domaine ont été modifiées, mais doivent néanmoins être vérifiées.
Spécifiquement, les nom, prénom et/ou adresse de courriel ont été modifiés, mais n'ont jamais été vérifiés.

Si vous êtes le propriétaire du site, réactivez-le.

não verificado

Você chegou a um domínio com verificação ICANN pendente.

Em 1º de janeiro de 2014, a Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) exigirá que todos os registradores certificados pela ICANN comecem a verificar as informações de contato WHOIS do registrante para todos os novos registros de domínio e modificações de contato do registrante.

Por que este domínio foi suspenso

O endereço de email não foi verificado.
Este é um novo registro de domínio e o endereço de email do registrante não foi verificado.

ou

Os dados de contato do registrante para este domínio foram modificados, mas ainda requerem verificação.
Especificamente o nome, o sobrenome e/ou o endereço de email foram alterados e nunca foram verificados.

Se você for o proprietário do website, reative-o.

ikke bekreftet

Du har kommet til et domene som avventer ICANN-verifisering.

Fra 1. januar 2014 vil Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) kreve at alle ICANN-akkrediterte registratorer starter bekreftelse av Registrator WHOIS kontaktinformasjon for alle nye domeneregistreringer og kontaktmodifikasjoner for registrator.

Hvorfor dette domenet har blitt avbrutt

E-psotadresse har ikke blitt bekreftet.
Dette er en ny domeneregistrering og registrators e-postadresse har ikke blitt bekreftet.

eller

Registrators kontaktdata for dette domenet ble modifisert, men krever alikevel verifisering.
Spesifikt har fornavn, etternavn og/eller e-postadresse blitt endret og aldri bekreftet.

Hvis du er sidens eier, reaktiver siden din

未验证

您访问的域正在等待 ICANN 验证。

自 2014 年 1 月 1 日起,Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) 将要求所有 ICANN 委任域名注册公司开始在注册所有新域和修改注册人联系信息时验证注册人 WHOIS 联系信息。

该域为何被挂起

电子邮件地址未验证。
这是新域注册并且注册人电子邮件地址未验证。

或者

该域的注册人联系信息已修改,但仍需验证。
特别是姓名和/或电子邮件地址已更改,但尚未验证。

如果您是站点所有者,请重新激活站点

未確認

ICANNの確認待ちのドメインに到達しました。

2014年1月1日付けで、Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers(ICANN)は、すべてのICANN認定レジストラが、すべての新しいドメインの登録のための登録者のWHOIS連絡先情報と登録者連絡先の変更の確認を開始することを義務付けます。

このドメインが停止された理由は何ですか?

電子メールアドレスが確認されていません。
これは新しいドメイン登録で、登録者の電子メールアドレスが確認されていません。

または

このドメインの登録者の連絡先データは変更されましたが、まだ確認されていません。
具体的には、名、姓、および/または電子メールアドレスが変更されましたが、確認されていません。

サイトオーナーの場合は、サイトを再度アクティブにしてください

not verified

Dotarłeś na domenę, która oczekuje na weryfikację ICANN

Z dniem 1 stycznia 2014 Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) wymaga aby wszyscy akredytowani przez ICANN rejestratorzy rozpoczęli weryfikację danych abonenta, zapisanych w WHOIS, dla wszystkich nowych rejestracji domen oraz modyfikacji danych abonenta.

Dlaczego ta domena została zawieszona

Adres email nie został zweryfikowany.
Jest to rejestracja nowej domeny i adres email abonenta nie został jeszcze zweryfikowany.

lub

Dane abonenta domeny zostały zmodyfikowane, lecz nie zostały zweryfikowane.
W szczególności imię, nazwisko i/lub adres email zostały zmienione i nie zostały zweryfikowane.

Jeśli jesteś właścicielem tej domeny, możesz ją reaktywować

not verified

Il dominio è stato sospeso .

A partire dal 1 gennaio 2014, tutti i registrar accreditati ICANN - l'ente internazionale responsabile della gestione di tutti i domini di primo livello - devono verificare le informazioni di contatto WHOIS del cliente per tutte le nuove registrazioni di dominio e modifiche di contatto.

Perché questo dominio è stato sospeso

L'indirizzo email non è stato verificato.
È stata effettuata una nuova registrazione di un dominio e l'indirizzo email del proprietario non è stato verificato.

oppure

I dati di contatto del proprietario del dominio sono stati modificati ma non sono stati verificati (nome, cognome, indirizzo email).

Riattiva il tuo sito

Resend the verification email.
This will be sent to the Registrant email address populated in your WHOIS data. If you are unsure what email address is listed, please log into your account with the provider where you currently manage this domain to view and/or update the info.

Senden Sie eine neue Benachrichtigungs-E-Mail.
Diese wird an die bereits in Ihren WHOIS-Daten eingetragene E-Mail-Adresse des Registranten gesandt. Wenn Sie nicht sicher sind, welche E-Mail-Adresse aufgeführt ist, loggen Sie sich in Ihrem Konto bei dem Anbieter ein, wo Sie derzeit diese Domäne verwalten, um Ihre Daten einzusehen, bzw. zu aktualisieren.

Reenvie el correo electrónico de verificación.
Este se le enviará a la dirección de correo electrónico especificada en los datos WHOIS. Si no está seguro de que dirección de correo electrónico especificó, por favor consúltesela al registrador con el que inició los trámites de registro o bien solicite que se la modifiquen.

Renvoi du courriel de vérification.
Il sera envoyé à l'adresse du titulaire renseignée dans les données WHOIS. Si vous n'êtes pas sûr de l'adresse renseignée, connectez-vous à votre compte auprès du fournisseur via lequel vous gérez actuallement ce domaine afin de consulter et/ou de mettre à jour les informations.

Reenviar email de verificação.
Isso será enviado ao endereço de email do registrante preenchido nos dados WHOIS. Se não tiver certeza de qual endereço de email foi informado, efetue login na sua conta com o provedor em que você gerencia atualmente este domínio para visualizar e/ou atualizar as informações.

Send e-post med varsel på nytt.
Denne vil bli sendt til registrators e-postadresse fylt ut med dine WHOIS-data. Hvis du er usikker på hvilken e-postadresse som er oppført, logg inn på kontoen din med leverandøren du bruker til å forvalte dette domenet for å vise og/eller oppdatere informasjonen.

重新发送验证电子邮件。
该电子邮件将发送至您 WHOIS 数据中所填写的注册人电子邮件地址。如果不确定所填写的电子邮件地址,请在您当前管理该域的提供商处登录账户来查看和/或更新信息。

確認の電子メールを再送します。
これはWHOISデータ内に入力された登録者の電子メールアドレスに送信されます。電子メールアドレスが記載されているかどうかわからない場合は、このドメインを現在管理しているプロバイダーのアカウントにログインして、情報を確認および/または更新してください。

Wyślij ponownie email weryfikacyjny.
Email zostanie wysłany na adres email abonenta domeny widniejący w bazie WHOIS. Jeśli nie jesteś pewien, jaki to jest adres email, zaloguj się na swoje konto u rejestratora domen, u którego utrzymujesz tę domenę. Możesz tam sprawdzić adres email i/lub zaktualizować dane.

Nuovo invio dell'email di verifica.
L'email di verifica sarà inviata nuovamente all'indirizzo email del proprietario del dominio presente nei dati WHOIS. Per controllare quale sia l'indirizzo email presente nei dati WHOIS, si consiglia di accedere al proprio account sul provider che attualmente gestisce il dominio.

Click the link in the email
and your contact information will be immediately verified. We estimate the site will come back online within 24 to 48 hours.

Klicken Sie auf den Link in der E-Mail
und Ihre Kontaktdaten werden sofort bestätigt. Wir schätzen, dass die Website innerhalb 24 bis 48 Stunden wieder online sein wird.

Haga clic en el vínculo que está en el correo electrónico
y su información de contacto se verificará inmediatamente. Estimamos que el sitio volverá a estar en línea en un lapso de 24 a 48 horas.

Cliquez sur le lien dans le courriel
et vos informations de contact seront immédiatement vérifiées. Nous estimons que le site sera de nouveau disponible dans 24 à 48 heures.

Clique no link no email
e suas informações de contato serão verificadas imediatamente. Estimamos que o site volte a ficar online dentro de 24 a 48 horas.

Klikk på linken i e-posten
og kontaktinformasjonen din vil bli øyeblikkelig bekreftet. Vi anslår at siden vil være online igjen innen 24 til 48 timer.

单击电子邮件中的链接
,您的联系信息将立即验证。我们估计站点将在 24 到 48 小时内恢复联机状态。

電子メール内のリンクをクリックすると、
連絡先情報が即座に確認されます。私たちは、24~48時間以内にサイトがオンラインに戻ると予想しています。

Kliknij w link zawarty w wiadomości
a Twoje dane kontaktowe zostaną natychmiast zweryfikowane. Szacujemy, że działanie domeny będzie przywrócone w czasie od 24 do 48 godzin.

Appena riceverai l'email,
clicca sul link per verificare le informazioni. Il sito dovrebbe tornare online entro 24/48 ore.

Frequently asked questions

Why was my domain suspended?
ICANN requires that the domain registrant's contact information or changes to the registrant's WHOIS information be verified within 15 calendar days. If the data is not verified in this timeframe, ICANN mandates that the website be suspended pending the verification.

How can I remove the suspension on my domain?
The suspension of the domain will be removed after the WHOIS information is successfully verified. Please update the WHOIS information with complete and accurate contact details through your domain service provider. Once updated you will recieve a new verification email.

Once the suspension is removed, when will my website come back online?
We estimate it may take 24 to 48 hours for the website to come back online.

Who is ICANN?
ICANN is responsible for the coordination of the global Internet's systems of unique identifiers and, in particular, ensuring its' stable and secure operation. ICANN maintains policies and specifications for registrars and registrants to abide by.

What is WHOIS?
WHOIS services provide public access to data on registered domain name holders. Registered Name Holders are required to provide accurate and reliable contact details to their Registrar to update WHOIS data for a Registered Name.

Häufig gestellte Fragen

Warum wurde meine Domäne gesperrt?
ICANN schreibt vor, dass Kontaktdaten der Registranten von Domänen, oder Änderungen dieser WHOIS-Daten innerhalb von 15 Tagen überprüft werden müssen. Können die Daten in diesem Zeitraum nicht bestätigt werden, so wird die Website gemäß ICANN bis zur Verifizierung gesperrt.

Wie kann ich die Sperre von meiner Domäne entfernen?
Die Sperre der Domäne wird entfernt, sobald die WHOIS-Daten erfolgreich bestätigt sind. Bitte aktualisieren Sie über Ihren Dienstanbieter der Domäne die WHOIS-Daten mit vollständigen und genauen Kontaktdaten. Nach der Aktualisierung werden Sie eine neue Verifizierungs-E-Mail erhalten.

Wie lange dauert es nach Aufhebung der Sperre, bis meine Website wieder online ist?
Wir schätzen, dass es 24 bis 48 Stunden dauern kann, bis die Website wieder online ist.

Wer ist ICANN?
ICANN ist verantwortlich für die Koordinierung spezifischer Erkennungsmarker der globalen Systeme des Internets, und insbesondere für die Gewährleistung ihrer stabilen und sicheren Funktion. ICANN verwaltet Richtlinien und Spezifikationen, die von Registrierungsstellen und Registranten eingehalten werden müssen.

Was ist WHOIS?
WHOIS-Dienste bieten Zugang zu den Daten der registrierten Domäneninhaber. Registrierte Domäneninhaber sind verpflichtet, ihren Registrierungsstellen für registrierte Domänennamen genaue und zuverlässige Kontaktdaten zur Aktualisierung der WHOIS-Daten zur Verfügung zu stellen.

Preguntas frecuentas

¿Por qué mi dominio fue suspendido?
ICANN exige que la información de contacto de la persona que registra el dominio o cambios a la información WHOIS de la persona registrada sean validados en un plazo de 15 días. Si los datos no se verifican en este lapso de tiempo, ICANN exige que el sitio web sea suspendido en espera de la verificación.

¿Cómo puedo eliminar la suspensión de mi dominio?
La suspensión del dominio será levantada una vez que la información WHOIS sea verificada. Por favor actualice la información WHOIS con detalles precisos y completos a través de su proveedor de servicio. Una vez que se actualice, recibirá un nuevo correo electrónico de verificación.

¿Cuándo estará disponible en línea nuevamente mi sitio web una vez que se levante la suspensión?
Estimamos que el sitio web pudiera tardar de 24 a 48 horas en estar disponible en línea nuevamente.

¿Qués es ICANN?
ICANN es la organización responsable de la coordinación de los identificadores únicos de los sistemas globales de Internet y, en particular, se encarga de asegurar su operación sea segura y estable. ICANN mantiene políticas y especificaciones para su cumplimiento por parte de registradores y registrantes.

¿Qué es WHOIS?
Los servicios WHOIS proveen acceso público a los datos de los titulares de nombres de dominio registrados. Los titulares de nombres registrados deberán suministrar información de contacto precisa y fiable a su registrador para actualizar los datos WHOIS de un Nombre Registrado.

Foire aux questions

Pourquoi mon domaine a-t-il été suspendu ?
L'ICANN exige que les informations de contact du titulaire ou modifications de ses informations WHOIS soient vérifiées dans les 15 jours calendaires. Si les données ne sont pas vérifiées dans le délai imparti, l'ICANN demande la suspension du site dans l'attente de la vérification.

Comment puis-je annuler la suspension de mon domaine ?
La suspension du domaine sera annulée dès que les informations WHOIS auront effectivement été vérifiées. Veuillez mettre à jour les informations WHOIS en indiquant des coordonnées de contact complètes et précises à votre fournisseur de domaine. Vous recevrez un courriel pour la nouvelle vérification une fois que vous aurez effectué cette mise à jour.

Une fois la suspension annulée, quand mon site Web sera-t-il de nouveau en ligne ?
Nous estimons que 24 à 48 heures peuvent être nécessaires pour que le site soit à nouveau disponible.

Qu'est-ce que l'ICANN ?
L'ICANN est responsable de la coordination des systèmes d'identifiants uniques sur Internet dans le monde et, en particulier, pour en garantir la stabilité et la sécurité. L'ICANN disposent de politiques et spécifications que les bureaux d'enregistrement et titulaires doivent respecter.

Qu'est-ce que WHOIS ?
Les services WHOIS permettent au public d'avoir accès aux données relatives au titulaires de noms de domaine enregistrés. Les titulaires de noms enregistrés doivent fournir des coordonnées de contact précises et fiables à leur bureau d'enregistrement afin de permettre la mise à jour des données WHOIS pour le nom de domaine enregistré.

Perguntas frequentes

Por que meu domínio foi suspenso?
A ICANN exige que as informações de contato do registrante do domínio ou alterações a informações WHOIS do registrante sejam verificadas dentro de 15 dias corridos. Se os dados não forem verificados nesse período, a ICANN determinar que o website seja suspenso enquanto a verificação estiver pendente.

Como posso remover a suspensão do meu domínio?
A suspensão do domínio será removida depois de as informações WHOIS serem verificadas com sucesso. Atualize as informações WHOIS com detalhes de contato completos e precisos pelo seu provedor de serviço de domínio. Depois da atualização, você receberá um email de verificação.

Depois que a suspensão for removida, quando meu website voltar a ficar online?
Estimamos que possa levar de 24 a 48 horas para o website voltar a ficar online.

Quem é a ICANN?
A ICANN é responsável pela coordenação dos sistemas global de identificadores únicos da Internet e, em particular, por garantir sua operação estável e segura. A ICANN mantém políticas e especificações a serem cumpridas por registradores e registrantes.

O que é a WHOIS?
Os serviços da WHOIS fornecem acesso público aos dados em detentores de nomes de domínio registrados. Os detentores de nomes de domínio registrados devem fornecer detalhes de contato precisos e confiáveis para o registrador atualizar os dados WHOIS para um nome registrado.

Ofte stilte spørsmål

Hvorfor ble domenet mitt opphevet?
ICANN krever at domeneregistrators kontaktinformasjon eller endringer i registratorens WHOIS-informasjon må bekreftes innen 15 kalenderdager. Hvis dataene ikke bekreftes innen denne tidsrammen, krever ICANN at nettsiden oppheves i påvente av verifisering.

Hvordan kan jeg fjerne opphevingen av mitt domene?
Opphevelsen av domenet vil fjernes etter at WHOIS-informasjonen har blitt verifisert. Oppdater WHOIS-informasjonen med fullstendige og nøyaktige kontaktdetaljer gjennom din domene-leverandør. Når siden er oppdatert vil du motta en ny e-post med bekreftelse.

Når opphevingen er fjernet, når kommer nettsiden min opp igjen?
Vi anslår at det kan ta mellom 24 til 48 timer før nettsiden igjen er online.

Hvem er ICANN?
ICANN er ansvarlig for koordineringen av det globale internett-systemets unike identifikatorer, og spesielt å sirke dets stabile og sikre drift. ICANN opprettholder policyer og spesifikasjoner som registratorer og registranter må overholde.

Hva er WHOIS?
WHOIS-tjenester gir offentlig adgang til data på registrerte eiere av domenenavn. Registrerte navn-eiere må oppgi nøyaktige og pålitelige kontaktdetaljer til sin registrator for å oppdatere WHOIS-data for et registrert navn.

常见问题

我的域为何被挂起?
ICANN 要求在 15 个日历日内验证域注册人联系信息或注册人 WHOIS 信息的更改。如果数据未在此时间范围内验证,ICANN 要求将网站挂起等待验证。

如何解除域的挂起状态?
WHOIS 信息验证成功后域的挂起状态将解除。请使用完整准确的详细联系信息通过您的域服务提供商更新 WHOIS 信息。更新完成后,您将收到一封新的验证电子邮件。

挂起状态解除后,我的网站何时恢复联机状态?
我们估计大约需要 24 到 48 小时网站即可恢复联系状态。

谁是 ICANN?
ICANN 负责全球协调全球互联网的唯一标识符系统,特别是确保其稳定和安全运行。ICANN 维护注册公司和注册人都需要遵守的政策和规范。

什么是 WHOIS?
WHOIS 服务使公众可访问有关注册域名持有者的数据。注册域名持有者需要向其注册公司提供准确可靠的详细联系信息以便更新注册域名的 WHOIS 数据。

よくある質問

ドメインが停止した理由は何ですか?
ICANNは、ドメインの登録者の連絡先情報または登録者のWHOIS情報への変更が15暦日以内に確認されることを要求します。この時間枠内にデータが確認されない場合、ICANNは、確認されるまで、ウェブサイトの停止を命じます。

どのようにすればドメインの停止を解除できますか?
ドメインの停止は、WHOIS情報が適切に確認された後、解除されます。 ドメインサービスプロバイダーを介して、WHOIS情報を完全かつ正確な連絡先情報で更新してください。更新したら、新しい確認の電子メールを受け取ります。

停止が解除されたら、いつウェブサイトはオンラインに戻りますか?
私たちは、ウェブサイトがオンラインに戻るのに24~48時間かかる可能性があると予想しています。

ICANNとは誰ですか?
ICANNは、ユニークな識別子のある世界中のインターネットのシステムの調整に責任を負い、その安定した、安全な稼働を確保します。ICANNは、レジストラと登録者が遵守すべき方針と仕様を維持します。

WHOISとは何ですか?
WHOISのサービスは、登録済みのドメイン名ホルダーに関するデータへの公共のアクセスを実現します。登録名ホルダーは、レジストラに正確で信頼できる連絡先情報を提供して、登録名のWHOISデータを更新する必要があります。

Często zadawane pytania

Dlaczego moja domena została zawieszona?
ICANN wymaga aby każde dane abonenta domeny lub zmiany wprowadzone do danych abonenta zapisanych w bazie WHOIS były zweryfikowane w ciągu 15 dni kalendarzowych. Jeśli dane nie zostaną zweryfikowane w tym czasie, ICANN wymaga aby serwis internetowy został zawieszony do momentu zakończenia weryfikacji.

Jak mogę usunąć blokadę mojej domeny?
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January 8, 2015

Make Mine a Double!

With earnings season unbelievably upon us in a few short weeks, it might be a good time to talk about a subject that is brought up quite often in MTM Group Coaching and Online Education and is often debated by option traders learning to trade advanced strategies; double calendars vs. double diagonals.

Double Calendars vs. Double Diagonals
Both double calendars and double diagonals have the same fundamental structure; each is short option contracts in nearby expirations and long option contracts in farther out expirations in equal numbers. As implied by the name, this complex spread is comprised of two different spreads. These time spreads (aka known as horizontal spreads and calendar spreads) occur at two different strike prices. Each of the two individual spreads, in both the double calendar and the double diagonal, is constructed entirely of puts or calls. But the either position can be constructed of puts, calls, or both puts and calls. The structure for each of both double calendars or double diagonals thus consists of four different, two long and two short, options. These spreads are commonly traded as “long double calendars” and “long double diagonals” in which the long-term options in the spread (those with greater value) are purchased, and the short-term ones are sold. The profit engine that drives both the long double calendar and the long double diagonal is the differential decay of extrinsic (time) premium between shorter dated and longer dated options. The main difference between double calendars and double diagonals is the placement of the long strikes. In the case of double calendars, the strikes of the short and long contracts are identical. In a double diagonal, the strikes of the long contracts are placed farther out-of-the-money) OTM than the short strikes.

Why should an option trader complicate his or her life with these two similar structures? The reason traders implement double calendars and double diagonals is the position response to changes in IV; in other words, the vega of the position. Both trades are vega positive, theta positive, and delta neutral—presuming the price of the underlying lies between the two middle strike prices—over the range of profitability. However, the double calendar positions, because of the placement of the long strikes being closer to ATM, responds favorably more rapidly to increases in IV while the double diagonal responds more slowly. Conversely, decreases in IV of the long positions has a negative impact on double calendars more strongly than it does on double diagonals.

If you have only traded a single-legged calendar or diagonal through earnings season even not during earnings season, it might just be time to give them a look. Maybe you have never traded a calendar or a diagonal. This might be the time to find out about these time spreads.  Once a single position spread makes sense, a double might make even more sense and be more profitable too.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

November 17, 2014

Delta and Another Famous Greek

We all know options are derivatives, and their prices are derived from the underlying stock, index, or ETF. But with other factors at work such as implied volatility, time decay and the constant changing of prices, it may be difficult to gauge how much option prices will change. Certainly these are all important factors to consider when pricing options.  But have you ever wondered how much an option is going to change with respect to say the underlying? Very simple – check out its delta.

Delta is arguably the most heavily identifiable Greek (unless you count Socrates or Aristotle) especially by individuals learning to trade options. It offers a quick and relatively easy way to tell us what to expect from our option positions as we watch the price action of the underlying. Calls have positive deltas, as they typically move higher on a rise in the stock, and puts have negative deltas, as they typically move lower when the stock rises.

While some investors view delta as the percentage chance an option has of expiring in-the-money, it is really more of a way to project expected appreciation or depreciation. A delta of 0.50 for an AAPL call option suggests the option should move 50 cents higher when the AAPL moves up by a dollar, and lose 50 cents for every dollar AAPL moves lower.

But delta is only foolproof when all other factors are held constant, which is rarely the case (and certainly never the case for time decay). As option traders know, time decay is inevitable for all options particularly hurting long positions due to option premiums shrinking due to the passing of time. If an option is moving more (or less) than its delta would suggest, it is likely because other variables are shifting. For example, buying demand might be pushing implied volatility higher, raising the price of the options.

Still, this king of all Greeks is a good starting point for gauging how your options are likely to move. Option traders should consider mastering this option greek before moving on to the other greeks. Here at Market Taker Mentoring, we have many programs to teach you about option delta and much much more about all things options by experienced professionals. As Socrates once said, “Employ your time in improving yourself by other men’s writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for.”

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

November 6, 2014

AAPL and Risk Control

Now that Apple’s earnings announcement is behind us, it may be a good time to take another look at the technology giant. With the volatility event over, you might be looking to implement an option position. Even though the company announced its earnings, there may still be some volatile action ahead as the market heads towards the holidays.  Here are a few thoughts that should be considered on AAPL or any other position you may enter.

Learning to trade options offers a number of unique advantages to an option trader, but perhaps the single most attractive characteristic is the ability to control risk rather precisely in many instances. Much of this advantage comes from the ability to control positions that are similar to stock with far less capital outlay.

One particular form of risk control that is often dismissed among option traders is the time stop. Time stops take advantage of the time decay (theta) and can help control risk. It is important to understand that this time decay is not linear by any means.

As a direct result, it may not be apparent the course the time decay curve will follow. An option trader has to take into account that the option modeling software that most online brokers have is essential to plan the trade and decide the appropriate time at which to place a time stop. This of course is dependent on how much risk the option trader is willing to take concede due to time decay as part of the whole risk element of the trade. Other risk factors include delta, gamma and theta just to name a few.

As an example, consider the case of a bullish position in AAPL implemented by buying in-the-money December 105 calls. A trader could establish a position consisting of 10 long contracts with a position delta of +700 for approximately $5,000 as I write this.

At the time of this writing, the stock is trading around $109; these call options are therefore $4 in-the-money. Let’s assume a trader analyzes the trade with an at-expiration P&(L) diagram and wants to exit the trade if AAPL is at or abelow $106 (where potential support is at) at expiration. The options expiration risk is $4,000 or more. However, if the option trader takes the position that the expected or feared move will occur quickly—long before expiration—he could implement a time stop as well.

Using a stop to close the position if the stock gets to $106 at a point in time around halfway to expiration would reduce the risk significantly. Because the option would still have some time value, the trader could sell the option for a loss prior to expiration, therefore retaining some time value and and the option having a higher price. In this scenario, closing the position prior to expiration helps the trader lose less when the stop triggers. This is especially true if there is a fair amount of time until expiration and time decay hasn’t totally eroded away the option premium.

As one can see, options offer a variety of ways to control risk. An option trader needs to learn several that match his or her risk/reward criteria and personality.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

September 11, 2014

Calendar Spreads

A calendar spread, or what it is sometimes referred to as a time spread or horizontal spread can be a simple and quite useful option strategy. The calendar spread is designed to work somewhat like a covered call but without the potentially huge outlay of cash that can accompany buying shares of stock. The spread profits from time decay (option theta) and can make money in any direction depending on the strikes that are chosen. The spread can be set-up with a bullish, bearish or neutral outlook on the underlying either using call options or put options.

How to Create a Calendar Spread

Creating a calendar spread involves buying and selling options on the same underlying with the same strikes but different expirations. The best case-scenario is for the stock to finish at the strike price allowing the short-term option to expire worthless and still have the long option retain much of its value.

For the sake of this example, close to at-the-money (ATM) options will be used but out-of-the-money (OTM) and in-the-money (ITM) options can also be used depending if there is a bullish or bearish bias. As a general guideline, if I have a bullish outlook on the underlying I use call options and put options for a bearish bias. The reasoning is that OTM options generally have tighter bid/ask spreads than options that are currently trading ITM. Initially being down less money entering any option trade due to a tighter bid/ask spread is always a good thing.

Simple to Follow Example

In late August, Marriot International (MAR) was trading just over $69. The stock has been slowly rising over the last year. The trader forecasts that the stock will still be about the same price or maybe a tad higher by September expiration. This scenario makes it worthwhile to look at a calendar spread. MAR has September and October expiration’s available. The trader can buy the October 70 call for 1.25 and sell the September 70 call for 0.55. The total cost of the calendar spread is 0.70 (1.25 – 0.55) and that also represents the most that can be lost.

If the stock remains relatively flat as September expiration approaches, the calendar spread’s value should increase. Hypothetically, with about a week left until September expiration the October 70 call might be worth 1.00 and the September 70 call might drop to 0.15. The spread now would be 0.85. A profit could now be made of $0.15 (1.25 – 0.55). That doesn’t sound like much but a $0.15 profit on a $0.70 investment in a couple of weeks is not a bad return in my opinion.

The whole key to the success of the calendar spread is the stock must not have huge price swings. If the stock falls more than anticipated, the spread’s value will decline along with the stock. If the stock rises well above $70, the short September 70 call will partially or fully offset the increase in the long October 70 call depending on how much the stock rises.

Conclusion

There are other factors that can affect a calendar spread like implied volatility skews that can both help and hurt the spread. It is advantageous for the implied volatility to be higher for the short option versus the long option. This way the more expensive premium is sold and the cheaper is purchased. This component will be discussed in greater detail at a later time.

The beauty of the calendar spread is that it almost functions like a credit spread without the added risk. The risk with a credit spread is that it may suffer a substantially greater loss than a calendar spread if the stock moves in the opposite direction of the outlook due to high risk and low reward scenario that accompanies most out-of-the-money (OTM) credit spreads.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

August 28, 2014

Short-Term Put Options

Last week we talked about short-term call options and this week I thought it would be appropriate to discuss short-term put options. The mentality behind short-term put options is probably different than the mentality behind short-term call options. Many times option traders consider short-term put options as a means of protection. With the market extended and the possibility of stocks moving lower in the near future, it might be a good time to talk about put options.

If a trader buys a put option, he or she has the right to sell the underlying at a particular price (strike price) before a certain time (expiration). If a trader owns 100 shares of stock and purchases a put option, the trader may be able to protect the position fully or to some degree because he or she will have the right to sell the stock at the strike price by expiration even if the shares lose value.

Some investors who are looking to protect an investment only consider buying short-term puts, or front-month puts for protection. The problem however, is that there is a flaw to the reasoning of purchasing short-term put options as protection. Similar to short-term call options, the contracts have a higher option theta (time decay) and relying on short-term puts to protect a straight stock purchase is not necessarily the best way to protect the stock.

Although short-term puts may be cheaper than longer expiration puts, if an option trader was to continually purchase short-term puts as protection, it could end up being a rather expensive way to insure the stock particularly if the stock never declines to the short-term puts strike price. If a put option with a longer expiration was purchased, it would certainly cost more initially, but time decay (premium eroding) would be less of a factor due to a smaller initial option theta. Here is an example using short-term put options.

Using a hypothetical trade, let’s say a stock is trading slightly above $13 and our hypothetical trader wants to by the stock because he or she thinks the stock will beat its earnings’ estimates in each of the next two quarters. This investment will take at least six months because the trader is counting on the earning reports to move the stock higher.

Being a smart options trader, our trader wants some insurance against a potential drop in the stock just in case. The trader decides to buy a slightly out-of-the-money September 13 put, which carries an ask price of 0.50 (rounded for simplicity purposes). That $0.50 premium represents almost 4 percent of the current stock price. In fact, if the option trader rolled the short-term put option month after month, it would create a big dent in the initial outlay of cash. After about seven months (assuming the stock hangs around $13 and each monthly put option costs 0.50) the trader would lose more than 25 percent on the $13 investment.

If the stock drops in price, then the ultimate rationalization for the strategy is realized; protection. The put provides a hedge. The value of the option will increase as the stock drops, which can offset the loss suffered as the stock drops.

Buying a put option is a hedge and can be considered a decent insurance policy for a stock investment. Buying short-term put options as a hedge can make it an extra expensive hedge due to time decay (option theta). Option traders and investors can usually find better ways to protect a stock. To learn new and different approaches, please visit the Learn to Trade section of our website.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

August 21, 2014

Short-Term Call Options

With the market once again considering a move higher as earnings wind down, it might be a good time to talk about call options. When an option trader buys a call option, he or she has the right to buy the underlying at a particular price (strike price) before a certain time (expiration). Keep in mind that just because the option trader has the right to buy the stock, doesn’t mean that he or she has to necessarily do so. The call option just like a put option can be sold anytime up until expiration for a profit or loss.

A lot of traders especially those who are just learning to trade options can fall in love with call options and especially short-term call options because they are cheaper than call options with longer expirations. We can classify short-term call options as call options that expire in less than thirty days for the sake of this discussion. But there is a potential problem with purchasing short-term call options. The shorter the amount of time that is purchased, the higher the option theta (time decay) will be. The higher the time decay, the quicker the premium will erode away the call option’s premium. The call option may be cheaper due to a shorter time until expiration, but it may not be worth it overall. Let us take a look.

With Tesla Motors (TSLA) trading around $260 last week, an option trader might have considered call options to profit from an expected move higher. He could have purchased the August 260 calls for 3.30 that expired in 3 days. Yes, the options are cheap and yes they will profit if TSLA moves up vigorously in the next couple of days. But the option theta is 0.70 on the call options meaning they will lose $0.70 for everyday that passes with all other variables being held constant, In fact if the stock trades sideways, the option theta will increase the closer it gets to expiration since there is currently no intrinsic value (the in-the-money portion of the option’s premium) on the call options.

If an option trader purchased the September 260 calls for TSLA, it would have cost him 12.00 and it would have made the at-expiration breakeven point of the trade $272 (260 + 12) versus only $263.30 (263 + 3.30) with the August call options. But the major benefit to buying further out is option theta. The September 260 calls had an option theta of 0.15 meaning for every day that passes, the option premium would decrease $0.15 based on the option theta and all other variables being held constant. This is certainly a smaller percentage of a loss based on option theta for the September options (1.25%) versus the August options (21.21%) especially if the stock trades sideways or moves very little.

Fast forward to August expiration, TSLA closed basically at $262. The August 260 call would have expired with an intrinsic value of $2 (262 – 260). If the option trader did nothing up until expiration, the long August 260 call would have lost $1.30 (3.30 – 2) because there would be no time value (option theta) left and only the intrinsic value. The September 260 call would have lost approximately $0.45 (3 X 0.15) in theta but also gained $1 (2 X 0.50) from delta based on a delta of 0.50 and a $2 (262 – 260) move higher. The September 260 calls would now be worth $12.55 (12 + 0.55) and profited $0.55 (12.55 – 12).

Having enough time until expiration is a critical element when an option trader is considering buying options like the call options we talked about above. Keep in mind that as a general rule, options lose value over time and the option theta starts to accelerate even more with 30 days or less left until expiration. Buying a call option with more time until expiration will certainly cost more than one with less time but the benefits, including having a smaller option theta, might be worth the more expensive price especially if the underlying fails to move higher.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

June 26, 2014

Outright Call Options and Put Options

Another topic that is brought up often in my Group Coaching class is buying call options and put options outright. When option traders first get their feet wet trading options, they often just buy call options for a bullish outlook and put options for a bearish outlook. In their defense, they are new so they probably do not know many if not any advanced strategies which means they are limited in the option strategies they can trade. Buying call options and put options are the most basic but many times they may not be the best choice.

If an option trader only buys and for that matter sells options outright, he or she often ignores some of the real benefits of using options to create more flexible positions and offset risk.

Here is a recent example using Twitter Inc. (TWTR). If an option trader believed TWTR stock will continue to rise like it has been doing, he could buy a July 39 call for 1.80 when the stock was trading at $38.50. However the long call’s premium would suffer if TWTR stock fell or implied volatility (measured by vega) decreased. Long options can lose value and short options can gain value when implied volatility decreases keeping other variables constant.

Instead of buying a call on TWTR stock, an option trader can implement an option spread (in this case a bull call spread) by also selling a July 42 call for 0.75. This reduces the option trade’s maximum loss to 1.05 (1.80 – 0.75) and also lowers the option trade’s exposure to implied volatility changes because of being long and short options as part of the option spread. This option spread lowers the potential risk however it limits potential gains because of the short option.

In addition, simply buying call options and put options without comparing and contrasting implied volatility (vega), time decay (theta) and how changes in the stock price will affect the option’s premium (delta) can lead to common mistakes. Option traders will sometimes buy options when option premiums are inflated or choose expirations with too little time left. Understanding the pros and cons of an option spread can significantly improve your option trading.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

March 6, 2014

Weekly Options and Time Decay

There are so many different characteristics of options that I talk a lot about with my options coaching students. But one of the more popular subjects is that premium sellers see the most dramatic erosion of the time value of options they have sold during the last week of the options cycle. Most premium sellers strive to keep the options they have sold short (also known as options they have “written”) out-of-the-money (OTM) in order that the entirety of the premium they have sold represents time (extrinsic) premium and is subject to this rapid time decay.

With 12 monthly cycles, there historically have been only 12 of these final weeks per year in which premium sellers have seen the maximum benefit of their core strategy. The widespread use of weekly options has changed the playing field. Options with one week durations are available on several indices and several hundred different stocks. These options have been in existence since October 2005 but only in the past couple of years have they gained widespread recognition and achieved sufficient trading volume to have good liquidity. Further now, there are weeklys that go for consecutive weeks (1 week options, 2 week options, 3 week options, 4 week options and 5 week options) that were just late last year.

Standard trading strategies employed by premium sellers can be executed in these options. The advantage is to gain the “sweet spot” of the time decay of premium without having to wait through the entirety of the 4 to 5 week option cycle. The party never ends for premium sellers using these innovative methods. Of course there is a trade-off because the shorter the time there is left until expiration, the smaller the option premiums are compared to an option with a longer expiration. As option traders we are used to tradeoffs.

Traders interested in using these weeklys MUST understand settlement procedures and be aware of last days for trading. An excellent discussion of weeklies given by Dan Passarelli is available at Learn to Trade Weeklys.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

January 23, 2014

Thoughts on Front-Month Puts

With the market threatening to move lower after a bullish run last year and earning’s season upon us,it might be a good time to talk about put options. If a trader buys a put option, he or she has the right to sell the underlying at a particular price (strike price) before a certain time (expiration). If a trader owns 100 shares of stock and purchases a put option, the trader may be able to protect the position fully or to some degree because he or she will have the right to sell the stock at the strike price by expiration even if the shares lose value.

A lot of traders especially those who are just learning to trade options can be smitten by put options especially buying the shortest-term, or front month put for protection. The problem, however, is that there is a flaw to the reasoning of purchasing front-month puts as protection. Front-month contracts have a higher theta (time decay) and relying on front-month puts to protect a straight stock purchase is not necessarily the best way to protect the stock. If you were to continually purchase front-month puts as protection, that can end up being a rather expensive way to by insurance.

Although front month options are often cheaper, they are not always your best bet. The idea may be sound, the trader purchases a number of shares of the stock and purchases out-of-the-money puts to protect his or her position; but sound reasoning does not always lead to good practice. Here’s an example.

We will use a hypothetical trade. The stock is trading a slightly above 13 and our hypothetical trader wants to own the stock because he or she thinks the stock will beat its earnings’ estimates in each of the next two quarters. This investment will take at least six months as the trader wants to allow the news events to move the stock higher.

Being a smart options trader, our stock trader wants some insurance against a potential drop in the stock just in case. The trader decides to buy a slightly out-of-the-money July 13 put, which carries an ask price of $0.50 (rounded for simplicity purposes). That 0.50 premium represents almost 4 percent of the current stock price. In fact, if the investor rolled option month after month, it would create a big dent in the initial outlay of cash. To be sure, after about seven months (assuming the stock hangs around $13) the trader would lose more than 25 percent on the $13 investment.

If the stock drops in price, then the ultimate rationalization for the strategy is realized; protection. The put provides a hedge. The value of the option will increase as the stock drops, which can offset the loss suffered as the stock drops. Buying the put is a hedge and and a solid insurance policy – though, albeit, an expensive one. Investors can usually find better ways to protect a stock.

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

January 9, 2014

Butterflies, Expiration, the Importance of Time and Christie Brinkley

One of the major differences when learning to trade options as opposed to equity trading is the impact of time on the various trade instruments. Remember that option premiums reflect the total of both intrinsic (if any) and extrinsic (time) value. Equities are not affected by the passing of time unlike many movie stars. Even though Christie Brinkley is still considered to be still quite attractive by many, her look is not the same as it was decades ago when she was a top model and cover-girl. Also remember that while very few things in trading are for certain, one certainty is that the time value of an option premium goes to zero at the closing bell on expiration Friday.

While this decay of time premium to a value of zero is reliable and undeniable in the world of option trading, it is important to recognize that the decay is not linear. It is during the final weeks of the option cycle that decay of the extrinsic premium begins to race ever faster to oblivion. In the vocabulary of the options trader, the rate of theta decay increases as expiration approaches. It is from this quickening of the pace that many examples of option trading vehicles gain their maximum profitability during this final week of their life.

Some of the most dramatic changes in behavior can be seen in the trading strategy known as the butterfly. For those new to options, consideration of the butterfly represents the move from simple single legged strategy such as simply buying a put or a call to multi-legged strategies that include both buying and selling options in certain patterns.

To review briefly, a butterfly consists of a vertical debit spread and vertical credit spread sharing the same strike price constructed together in the same underlying in the same expiration. It may be built using either puts or calls and its directional bias derives from strike selection rather than the particular type of option used for construction. For a (long) butterfly, maximum profit is always achieved at expiration when the underlying closes at the short strike shared by the two vertical spreads.

The butterfly has the interesting characteristic in that it responds sluggishly to price movement early in its life. For example in the first two weeks of a four week option cycle, time decay or theta is slow to erode. However, as expiration approaches, the butterfly becomes increasingly sensitive to price movement as the time premium erodes and the spread becomes increasingly subject to delta as a result of increasing gamma. It is for this reason that many butterfly traders restrict their use to the more responsive part of the options cycle. For a butterfly, the greatest sensitivity to time (and, therefore, profit potential) is reaped in the final week of the life cycle of the butterfly, i.e. expiration week. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!

John Kmiecik

Senior Options Instructor

Market Taker Mentoring

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