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Hi All,

I’m trading options and I realize that it’s basically gambling, but I’m trying to use the principle of expected value in order to only make winning trades. It seems like selling call options you could say the chance of success is approximately 50%. I have to say, in my experience, selling call options is a 50% success rate. So as long as the return on investment is more than double, then you see success in the long run. So far this strategy is paying off. Has anyone else used or considered using this principle with options trading?

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