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Options Action

Options Action is a U.S. television program broadcast on CNBC since Friday, January 16, 2009. Options Action is watched by a total number of 153,000 people (0.05% rating) as of the daily audience measurement on September 2, 2022.

Options Action monthly, P2+ ratings chart

Options Action Ratings

Demographic breakdown of the most recent historical ratings of Options Action on CNBC as of Friday, September 2, 2022.

Options Action Monthly Ratings
DateDemoAudienceRating
2022-AugHH88,0000.07
P2+114,0000.04
P25-5422,0000.02
2022-JulHH93,0000.08
P2+130,0000.04
P25-5424,0000.02
2022-JunHH88,0000.07
P2+113,0000.04
P25-5418,0000.01
2022-MayHH125,0000.10
P2+166,0000.05
P25-5426,0000.02
2022-AprHH101,0000.08
P2+139,0000.04
Options Action Quarterly Ratings
DateDemoAudienceRating
2022-Q2HH107,0000.09
P2+141,0000.05
P25-5421,0000.02

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Doc Jones

Feb 4, 2022 18:38 EST

This show is just Ok for me, due to its limited audience. Carter Worth provides excellent technical analysis, but the two options traders, Mike and Tony, are way too over the top with their options trade complexity. Iron condor trades, really, what percent of options traders put that trade on?

Covered Call options are a great way to generate some extra yield on your positions, and the same with Put options to buy some insurance downside. But that’s about it for most of us options traders.

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