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AUDIO INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK
Each week we feature audio interviews with active traders. All of them have different methods of viewing the markets but are successful traders. We'll ask them how they trade, what set-ups they look for, and what makes them tick.
Rob Booker

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Host Rob Booker regales us with his adventures and experiences at The International Traders Expo in New York City that took place, February 16-18. While at the Expo, Rob sat in on the presentation of long-time futures trader John Person, who discussed the dropping stock of Starbucks Coffee Company. Next Rob describes a distribution bar, which is a fascinating term he heard at the conference. Rob also quotes John Person again, who commented that on the daily chart, the futures contract on natural gas has printed five Doji candles in a row, which signifies a reversal pattern or a big turn-around on the horizon. All of these and a few more tidbits from the New York Expo are highlighted here.


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Option trader Price Headley explains why it is important to look at the chart of the option as well as the underlying instrument before you buy or sell. 

Dollar Trading Takes Prominence Currency Corner
Dean Popplewell, of MarketPulse, outlines how the market's still watchful of Greece, how worries continue to weigh on the euro, how commodity prices have fallen on the outlook for the USD, and how a dominant dollar strategy will weigh heavily on commodity prices and their affiliated currency pairs.


Alan Ellman
Option Liquidity: When Is Vol(ume) Greater Than Open Options Idea
Alan Ellman, of TheBlueCollarInvestor.com, explains how option liquidity is measured by Vo(ume) and open interest and why open interest is more reliable, generally, because it is a cumulative stat, not reset to zero each day as is Vol(ume). He also points out the rare exception to the rule.

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