Don Fishback?s Odds Compression




A New, Non-Directional Approach to Options Trading:

Discover the ODDS Compression System, a revolutionary volatility-based methodology for options trading developed by Don Fishback. Inspired by the work of Darrel Guppy, this system employs a compression methodology to analyze stock prices in both short and long terms, identifying opportunities for non-directional securities trading.

Key Features:

Utilizes a compression methodology to identify stocks with tightly wound, compressed price ranges
Selective approach focuses on identifying the best stocks for non-directional volatility trades
Option strategies are recommended for traders to profit as stocks break out of narrow ranges
Neutral strategies, such as at-the-money straddle purchases, are well-suited for this approach
Includes indicators like ODDS Volatility Ratio and ODDS Volatility Compression Signal
Explorations and templates provided for comprehensive analysis and trading strategies
Traders can capitalize on this innovative approach to options trading by ensuring options have a reasonable bid/ask spread, substantial open interest, and trade volume. Look for inexpensive straddles with a statistical edge.

Unlock the potential of non-directional options trading with the ODDS Compression System.

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A New, Non-Directional, Volatility-Based Approach to Options Trading. The compression methodology by Don Fishback compares a stock price to its short and long term methodologies. It is a method he uses daily to find opportunities to purchase non directional securities. It is inspired by the work of Darrel Guppy.
ODDS Compression System looks to find opportunities when a stock?s price have converged into a very narrow range. This indicates the stock has become tightly wound and compressed ? like a coiled spring.
The methods used are very selective and designed to find only the best stocks to take advantage of a non-directional volatility trade.
Traders looking to take advantage of this as a trading opportunity would use option strategies designed to make money as the stock breaks out of this narrow range. Options Traders should look for options purchases. Because the direction is unknown using this methodology on its own, neutral strategies, such as an at-the-money straddle purchase are well suited.
A straddle purchase, or long straddle, is the simultaneous purchase of a put and a call, with the same strike price and same expiration month. At-the-money means that the option?s strike price and the current price of the asset are about the same.
Customers looking to take advantage of this trade should make sure the options have a reasonable bid/ask spread, have at least 500 contracts open interest ? OR- trade at least 50 contracts per day. It is also important to look for straddles that are inexpensive and have a statistical edge.
Indicators included.

ODDS®Volatility Ratio
ODDS®Volatility Compression Signal

Explorations Included:

ODDS®Straddle Compression


ODDS®Compression Bars


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