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There is no one "best" option trading strategy as different strategies work best in different market conditions and for different trading goals.
However, here are a few popular options trading strategies:
Covered call: This strategy involves holding a long position in an underlying asset and selling a call option against it. The premium received from the sale of the call option can help offset potential losses in the underlying asset if the price goes down.
Long straddle: In this strategy buying both a call and put option at the same strike price and expiration date. The trader profits if the price of the underlying asset moves significantly in anyone direction.Iron condor: This is a involve both bear call spread and a bull put spread. The trader sells both a call and put option at different strike prices and buys a call and put option at further out-of-the-money strike prices to limit potential losses.
Butterfly spread: This strategy involves buying call or put options at three different strike prices and selling the same number of options at two different strike prices. The trader profits if the price of the underlying asset stays within a specific price range.