Time is a key component in an option’s valuation
Earnings season has officially kicked off this morning with some of the big banks such as JP Morgan (JPM) and Citibank (C) reporting mostly better than expected numbers.
All the political and policy noise is about to brushed aside by what really matter for stock prices; earnings.
Nike (NKE) is set to report earnings after the close Thursday.
With the advent of weekly options, there was proliferation a newsletters promising you all kinds of ridiculous returns. What they don’t tell you are the risks that come with those returns.
Square (SQ) is the ‘other’ company founded and run by Jack Dorsey, but unlike the much maligned Twitter (TWTR), Square’s mobile payment platform, has enjoyed strong growth and a quick path to profitability.
Much ink has been spilled, and backed up by data, regarding investors’ migration towards ploughing money into passive funds.
Much has been written about the current low volatility environment and the possible reasons, from Central Bank intervention, to interconnectivity of global markets and more sophisticated hedging strategies.
With the prospects for global growth to pick up steam and the air coming out of tech stocks this could be a good time to look at investing in commodities.
As cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) have soared over 2,500% to all-time highs this year, it behooves progressive investors such as myself to become educated in the technology, the players and the potential future.