You've had 2 days to answer. My verdict is that you have no clue about options strategies for retail investors.
For anyone who wants to learn, "Options as a Strategic Investment: by LG McMillan is a good introduction to strategies (You'll have to exercise good taste; few strategies are appropriate for a retail investor in single stock options).
A few rules of thumb that figure in here: 1) Rarely buy options (you're buying duration premium that depreciates; you need a very good reason to take on that cost) 2) The market's most reliable seasonality is that small speculative-growth companies outperform the overall market in January 3) Front-month options are the preserve of professional investors with vast analytical resources. 4) The safest strategies are those that liquidate the positions on a set date--thus, options combinations with different expirations need extra justification.
I've been using single stock options since about 1973, and have made most of the obvious mistakes. I have used a 4-option strategy ONCE (it failed). Mostly I write covered calls on stocks I expect will go up (but not as fast as the fans expect) and naked puts against issues I believe have gone down for short-lived reasons. I prefer durations around 6 months.