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The tastytrade network teaches investors innovative, simple ways to trade stocks, options, and futures, take advantage of market volatility and build a successful portfolio. Tom Sosnoff leads an irreverent and playful band of floor traders who are showing America a new way to quickly find low risk, high return strategies in bullish, bearish and sideways markets.
 
Keeping your position size small while maintaining a high number of occurrences is what trading small and often is all about! Liz and Jenny open the door to their real trading account and show you how they manage their positions. Whether they're trading an earnings play for a hot company or trading a durational strategy in an index, you’ll learn their tips and tricks to maintain a high probability of profit.
 
This is a podcast where comedian and host Vonetta Logan interviews millennials who invest and finds out how they formed their thoughts and feelings about money. More importantly, does the news of the day affect how they invest? With humor and sass, Vonetta gleefully grills her guests to find out how they spend and invest for all of life's major milestones. Millennials don't care about avocado toast. They're smart, they're engaged and they're ready take over the financial markets...but first, ...
 
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Market volatility, as measured by the VIX (spot volatility) and /VX (futures volatility) displays some very interesting patterns. First, volatility is almost always in a state of contraction, so when volatility does expand rapidly, it’s fighting against market pressure to contract back to lower levels quickly. But second, while future volatility as…
 
After testing most equity indexes and other assets and commodities, we find that an underlying with a strong and negative correlation with its IV, it seems the inverse relationship would imply put skew for that underlying. However, for an underlying that has a weak correlation with its IV, there is also insignificant option skew. This might indicat…
 
No one can consistently time markets which is why buying low and selling high doesn’t work. It’s why investors are panicking now. They didn’t have the foresight to sell at the top or at least acknowledge markets can come down. Social media companies in particular have enjoyed a run of ever increasing valuations. Today, investors are panicking as to…
 
Premium sellers are constantly seeking high-theta trades in order to increase their daily income. But there are some risks associated with it. So what are the possible solutions to improving our daily theta decay without too many side effects? Join Tom and Tony to find out!על ידי tastytrade
 
Market volatility, as measured by the VIX (spot volatility) and /VX (futures volatility) displays some very interesting patterns. First, volatility is almost always in a state of contraction, so when volatility does expand rapidly, it’s fighting against market pressure to contract back to lower levels quickly. But second, while future volatility as…
 
Whenever we put a trade on that has options, we have to decide between many strikes. Depending on the price, expiration cycle and the IV of the underlying, it may be difficult to know exactly how much risk we are taking with the strike we put on. Luckily, there is a way to standardize all of the above to a single metric that will base the risk off …
 
The strangle options strategy includes either buying or selling both a put and call option, usually containing the same amount of deltas. Our futures dude Frank shows you how to go from long or short strangles on stock options to futures options in an effort to use less buying power. Frank compares selling a strangle in the Gold ETF (GLD) options t…
 
SKEW in an options market means velocity is perceived to be on the side where there is more premium. This doesn't mean the market is going to move that direction, but large moves are perceived to be on that side. Tune in to learn how specific strategies play into this skew, resulting in cheaper setups for debit trades, or more premium collected for…
 
It is 21 DTE, so the tastytrade mechanics dictate evaluating each option position and make a decision. LIZ and JNY use cards that an amazing viewer provided and address each individual position. Check out Liz and Jenny's take on the Big Lizard and Jade Lizard strategies.על ידי tastytrade
 
It is 21 DTE, so the tastytrade mechanics dictate evaluating each option position and make a decision. LIZ and JNY use cards that an amazing viewer provided and address each individual position. Check out Liz and Jenny's take on the Big Lizard and Jade Lizard strategies.על ידי tastytrade
 
After testing most equity indexes and other assets and commodities, we find that an underlying with a strong and negative correlation with its IV, it seems the inverse relationship would imply put skew for that underlying. However, for an underlying that has a weak correlation with its IV, there is also insignificant option skew. This might indicat…
 
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