What type of options are generally considered good candidates for short trades, assuming you hold them until expiry? Option: "Deep in-the-money (DITM) options", "In-the-money (ITM) options", "Out-of-the-money (OTM) options", "At-the-money (ATM) options"

What type of options are generally considered good candidates for short trades, assuming you hold them until expiry?

Why should traders be cautious when shorting/writing ITM (In-The-Money) options?

What type of options are generally recommended to buy when the target is expected to be achieved on the day of expiry?

According to the text, when should you buy OTM (Out of The Money) options?

What does it mean for an option to be 'Out of the Money' (OTM)?

What is the key takeaway regarding shorting ATM or ITM options with the hope they expire worthless?