Regardless of whether you include the 19% pullback during the summer as 2011 as reset for the start date of the current bull market, the rally from since the depths of the financial crisis has been relatively smooth, long and …
It was with great interest I read this deep dive analysis by Chris Butler into the success rate and profitability profile for calendars under various IV levels. The study stuck with S&P 500 Index as the underlying but the conclusions …
Many smart people and opined, analyzed and tried to predict what exactly Trump’s policies in both intention and effect. Like the man himself the conclusions range from “disaster” to “fantastic.”
With SPY puts cheap here is a quick case that has me contemplating purchasing some downside exposure.
When Facebook (FB) reported earnings last week it was met with mixed reactions in terms of both stock price and interpretation of the of the numbers.
With interest rates set to finally, if slowly, move higher and Trump’s pro-growth policies expected to cause pick-up in inflation many investors are starting to look at add commodities back into their portfolios.
I often get asked about the best way to enter iron condors. Particularly for new traders , this can be a bit daunting and confusing, so let’s discuss the best way to go about it.
Among the many things that people, myself included, got wrong concerning a Trump election is that he would bring an increase in volatility.
Since the election investors have been trying divine which stocks are “Trump” stocks and which are not.
After years of relatively calm and essentially range bound markets, the conventional wisdom regarding a Trump Presidency is it would augur in a new era of heightened volatility.