Trading earnings announcements can be a fool's game. When volatility is high, trends can break after a company announces. Consider a few volatility tricks.
Anything can happen in one trade. But over a large number of options trades, high probabilities are what matter most.
The calendar spread is another building block for spread traders. Though it's designed to profit when a stock goes nowhere, there's more to them.
Buying calls and puts is great when the stars align. For the spread trader, anything is possible. And the vertical spread is all where it begins.
Option prices can speak louder about the state of a stock than most analysts. You just have to listen and understand what they're trying to say.
Trading stocks over $100 can be tricky under any volatility backdrop. But with the right option spread, any volatility, high or low, will do.
If the quants are making all the money these days with high-frequency trading, what’s it gonna take to compete? Beat them at their own game.
Option strategies for more potential profit, using undefined-risk trades that draw roots from their defined-risk cousins.
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