New research conducted by tastytrade may help you more efficiently execute your scalping strategy.
Are there consistent patterns in the financial markets that traders can utilize to help with market timing?
Crain’s Business recognizes Chicago’s top 50 tech stars
While high probability of profit (POP) positions may be attractive to the portfolio, they still need to be sized appropriately.
Today’s post ties together theta and time decay as perfectly as peanut butter and jelly!
“If you’re going to change the world, it starts with changing the way people think about strategic active investing.”
Today’s post provides an update on crude oil price movement and volatility!
Summer has finally arrived and the change in seasons has Ryan & Beef thinking about butterflies!
New tastytrade research on delta neutrality and associated strategies.
The spread between Implied Volatility Rank (IVR) and Realized Volatility Rank (RVR) may help you maximize your potential in the market.
With international trade and tariffs making headlines in 2018, the foreign currencies that underpin it have been on the move.
How does implied volatility move on average in a given month?
The VIX has dropped back below its historical average of 19, but does that mean it’s a good time to get long premium?
How do put sales perform in the wake of 5% corrections? Today’s post explores the answer.
Looking for an update on what’s been moving lately in the financial markets? Read on to learn more...
Taking a look at the inverse correlation between SPY and VIX, as well as a comparison of the historical performance of a trading approach in both.
If you've been looking to learn more about pairs trading, read on!
If you’ve ever debated a long stock vs. short put approach, then today’s post is for you! Historical data in SPY is backtested to help provide insight on the performance of each respective strategy.
Today’s post outlines a sample trade in the steel sub-sector which capitalizes on recent developments related to tariffs. Read on to learn more...
How do you manage a trade that has gone against you?