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Nielsen ratings for Options Action cable television show on CNBC.

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Ratings chart for Options Action show on CNBC

Options Action Historical Ratings

DateDemo A25-54Demo P2+P2+ Gain
Apr 202270139,000-15%
Mar 20226628,000+8%67163,000-6%+482%
Jan 20226626,000-24%64173,000+11%+565%
Nov 20216234,000+62%71156,000+29%+359%
Oct 20217121,00077121,000-14%+476%
Sep 20216821,000-16%68141,000+13%+571%
Aug 20216525,000+19%72125,000-2%+400%
Jul 20216021,000-16%69128,000-3%+510%
Jun 20216025,000-22%66132,000-18%+428%
May 20215932,000-33%63160,000-9%+400%
Apr 20215348,000+12%62176,000-9%+267%
Mar 20216243,00062194,000+351%
Feb 20216243,000

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Comments (1)

  1. Doc JonesDoc Jones
    Feb 4, 2022 22:38 GMT

    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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