Jacob Mintz

Jacob Mintz

Jacob Mintz is a professional options trader and editor of Cabot Options Trader. Using his proprietary options scans, Jacob creates and manages positions in equities based on risk/reward and volatility expectations. Jacob developed his proprietary risk management system during his years as an options market maker at a top tier options trading company in Chicago.

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Position Management

I’ve received a ton of great emails from subscribers over the last couple of days about huge profits this year. I’m thrilled that you are making lots of money. That said, while it’s great that we are making good money, we must remember risks...
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Position Management

I’ve received a ton of great emails from subscribers over the last couple of days about huge profits this year. I’m thrilled that you are making lots of money. That said, while it’s great that we are making good money, we must remember risks...
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Three Great Questions

The S&P 500 is down 0.5% this morning, though well off the overnight lows (lower by 1.25%) following news that Gary Cohn, President Trump’s top economic advisor, is leaving his position. As the market has heated up, I’ve received many great questions from ...
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Three Great Questions

The S&P 500 is down 0.5% this morning, though well off the overnight lows (lower by 1.25%) following news that Gary Cohn, President Trump’s top economic advisor, is leaving his position. As the market has heated up, I’ve received many great questions from subscribers.
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Short Volatility Trades

As the market was falling apart and the VIX was exploding to multi-year highs, Cabot Options Trader Pro subscribers executed a short volatility trade, selling an Iron Condor. Here are the details of the trade and some of my commentary.
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Short Volatility Trades

As the market was falling apart and the VIX was exploding to multi-year highs, Cabot Options Trader Pro subscribers executed a short volatility trade, selling an Iron Condor. Here are the details of the trade and some of my commentary.
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