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An active trader is an engaged trader. Active trading is educated trading. The only way to change the connotation around the word “active" is through education.
The usual Santa Claus rally has gone parabolic as optimism over President-elect Trump’s administration soars. Read on to learn more!
Creating diversification that reduces risk can be challenging in larger accounts. Options can help mitigate risk by lowering cost basis.
Losses are an unavoidable fact of trading. Understanding how long recovering from losses generally takes helps set expectations and reinforces the argument for staying small, trading often and staying in uncorrelated products.
A comprehensive understanding of extrinsic value can help drive improved decision-making when trading volatility. Read on to learn more...
The result of the recent US Presidential election could create ripples in the world of international finance. Read on to learn more!
Probability of touch (POT) expresses the likelihood of a stock reaching an option’s strike price between today and the option’s expiration. Using POT can help us assess risk in trades such as strangles while at the same time, combating cataracts!
Just like a deep river, the currents beneath the incoming Trump administration are swirling in unpredictable ways. Read on to learn more about some important changes taking place in the market since the election.
Sector-specific ETFs offer diversification and require less buying power than index ETFs. Selling straddles in these products also offers a statistically high probability of success.
If the US Presidential election was any indicator, the 2016 trading year may have saved the best for last - especially as it relates to volatility.