If you’re asking for my strategy here it is.
If the linear regression slope of the 20 MA is > 0 then sell bull put spreads at 15-25 delta, 35-45 days to expiration, take profits at 50%.
The bearish version would seem to be if 20 MA is < 0 then sell bear call spreads at 15-25 delta, 35-45 days to expiration take profits at 50%. This is the general strategy, but the MA is sometimes the 50, and sometimes a tweak for more volatile equities: stock price needs to be above 20 MA and linear regression slope of MA 20 > 0. And sometimes the value is > 1 or 0.5 instead of 0. Individually back test the equities for best performance.
By the way, I’m really enjoying the podcast. The trading and non-trading guests equally.
Thanks for the nice words about my podcast, but your strategy is not the wise path.