The interplay of delta, theta, and time to expiration all play a role when selling credit spread and Iron Condor options, writes Amir Atabaki, chief publisher of the Time Decay Options Advisory Service at Monthly Cash Thru Options, an options advisory newsletter and educational service.
Roma Colwell-Steinke of CBOEs Options Institute joins Joe Burgoyne in a conversation about strategy considerations for earnings announcements and then Karen Sood of CBOE Vest discusses how trading tools and technology can impact investment decisions.
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You don't have to be a rocket scientist to pick great stocks with VectorVest, asserts Dr. Bart DiLiddo, mathematician with a PhD from Case Western Reserve, Sloan School of Management graduate at MIT and a Fortune 500 business background.
When you are seeking technical help for market guidance in your investing and trading, beware of marketing hype, asserts Dr. Bart DiLiddo, mathematician with a PhD from Case Western Reserve, Sloan School of Management graduate at MIT and a Fortune 500 business background.
If we are to get a January consolidation, it may very well depend on some combination of oil, transportation stocks and Facebook, says Jeff Greenblatt, editor of The Fibonacci Forecaster.
We see higher highs. And we see polarizing conditions in the currency, commodity and bond markets. More on global markets from Ziad Jasani of the Independent Investor Institute, writing on Tuesday.
Markets are looking out for trouble even as their outlooks are for better times, Troubles from nature or man-made like war or recession – neither seem likely. The tape reflects the rising tide of 2018 hopes as greed beats fear, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research.
Keep it simple. Buy markets that are going up and sell markets that are going down. Avoid trying to outsmart the market. And, don’t do anything unless there is something to do, asserts Dave Landry, founder and president of DaveLandry.com. More Trading Lessons every Friday on MoneyShow.com.
What happens today matters with lows for the USD set notably in the euro and Japanese yen. Risk-on for equities means the focus will be on the EUR and how big the pull-back today can be – 1.2185 looks key with risk for 1.2110, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research.
Perhaps the best bet is to explore the semiconductor stocks, which remain in an uptrend but are lagging the leadership sectors such as energy while starting to show signs of strength, asserts Joe Duarte, MD. He’s traded, analyzed and written about the markets since 1990.
A look at opportunities and risks in eight funds: SPY, FXI, LQD, OIL, TLT, UUP, FXE and GLD. writes Landon Whaley of Focus Market Trader.
The Fed won’t get to 2024 without a recession affecting policy. Key period is 2019-2020 when the stimulative effects of the tax cut wear off, while QE is just getting ramped up, with worsening financial conditions, writes Don Kaufman, co-founder of TheoTrade.
The moves down in the USD dominate markets. Politics may be more important than rates, growth or value. The technical picture is overdone and will make tomorrow a raw deal for those who think the trend will be easy to beat, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research.
For forex, the risk games today remain clustered in a Japanese yen gain to 110.50 but the euro rules the headlines with 1.2250 targets after the breakout from 1.2092 the Sept. 8, 2017 highs, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research.
Investors and traders looking to buy low should consider four fundamental ideas, writes Steve Pomeranz, CFP. Look for guides on how to get started trading every Friday.
Stocks are about as stretched as we can possibly imagine. This will not prevent an even more overbought condition and we would remind that timing the peak of a mania is a distinctly risky proposition. writes Alan M. Newman, editor of www.cross-currents.net.