Learn the difference between implied and historical volatility, and find out how to align your options trading strategy with the right volatility exposure.
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The so-called January effect and other seasonal patterns have long been part of market vernacular, but investors need to separate reality from myth.
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Options expiration day can be a time of volatility, opportunity and peril. Trading and selling options on expiration day requires an understanding of the process, here are a few things you need to know.
Calendar spreads, an options trading strategy, could be the answer if you are looking for high probability opportunities amid a low volatility trading environment. Learn more about option opportunities in a quiet market.
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