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21 June 2021
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My little brother thinks he’s a stock guru!! HELP

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10/06/2021 - 21:58

This might not be market related but I hope you guys can help me out? I started trading back in 2017 or so and took huge losses when I discovered options and started blindly buying calls and such without knowing the Greeks or time value on them. I’ve since made great progress when I joined thetagang and pretty much treat it like a part time job by writing puts and such. I just made my mom a robinhood account and bought her a few blue chip and dividend paying stocks to park her extra money. Apparently my brother thinks he’s a sensei because he predicted a 40% rise in some wide bid OTM call option with 400% volatility and used my moms account. He buys because his friend told him so and because he saw it on Discord. He doesn’t understand theta/Vega or why they went up. Now he wants to transfer $500 from my moms account to buy a weekly FD for next week. He doesn’t understand that by Monday, Theta would eat away half his money. How do I put a stop to this BS? My mom doesn’t care or understand it because she treats it like a savings account and doesn’t understand she could lose all her money. Should I just let him buy it so he could lose his money or worse off the option/stock miraculously goes up and he gets even more cocky?   submitted by   /u/Seatt50kd [link]   [comments]


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