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Mark Sebastian

Mark Sebastian

OptionPit.com

Putting the Short Squeeze on Options

One of the most profitable ways to trade is to spot a short squeeze in a stock, commodity, or index.  They happen somewhat often in individual names, less often in commodities, and rarely in an index.  Thus we are going to concentrate on looking at stock short squeezes which happen extremely often.   In this chapter I will discuss what a short squeeze is, how to spot one, and finally how to trade a short squeeze using option trades in the simple form with a follow up in the form of a video that walks through a complex option approach.

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Steven Place

Steven Place

InvestingWithOptions.com

How to Earn 30% In A Year In A Low Yield Market

Even with the recent rally in bond yields, the 30 year US Treasury sits at 3%. That means for every $10,000 you invest, you get back a whopping 300 bucks. .

In a year. Seems pretty disappointing, doesn’t it?

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Nigel Hawkes

Nigel Hawkes

HawkeyeTraders.com

Predicting Markets Using Volume and Price

The financial markets are driven by two forces: volume and price (momentum). Understand how they work, and you will have the roadmap for your journey as a successful trader. Volume shows where the professionals are buying and selling.

 

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Paul Sanders

Paul Sanders

JarrattDavis.com

Turn Every Technical Strategy Into a Winner

What is your favorite method of technical analysis?

Perhaps you use Bollinger bands or Fibonacci? What about trend lines or moving averages? Have you back-tested and live-tested a few technical strategies and been disappointed with mediocre results?

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James Ramelli

James Ramelli

AlphaShark.com

Reading Order Flow for Unusual Options Activity

An option is a contract between the buyer and the seller.  There are two types of options: calls and puts. 

Calls give the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy a specified stock or financial instrument (the “underlying”) at a specified price (the “strike price”) on or before a specific date (“expiration”).  The buyer has the right to buy the underlying at the strike price, and the seller has the obligation, but not the right, to sell the underlying should these conditions be met.

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Hubert Senters

Hubert Senters

HubertSenters.com

How to Make Big Profits Trading 30 Year Bond Futures

If you are an active trader, it’s important to build futures into your trading activity. Why? Because all markets are exposed to risk, and you want to hedge yourself.  For example, if you only trade Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), and Apple is doing fine, you can do nothing, or you might want to consider going long on the Nasdaq (NQ) futures. If you are long AAPL, but the stock starts moving against you, you can hedge your position by shorting NQ. Everyone who trades the stock market should have a small futures account so that you can hedge.

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Jody Samuels

Jody Samuels

FXTradersEdge.com

The Equality Trade Using Elliott, Fibonacci And Harmonics

The Equality Trade is a chart setup that uses the convergence of Elliott , Fibonacci and Harmonics to identify precise trade entries and exits.

When I look back over my 30+ year trading career, I can’t point a single time where I didn’t use Elliott waves in my analysis of the markets. In fact, I won’t trade without it.

 

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Ricardo Menjivar

Ricardo Menjivar

PhoenixTradingStrategies.com

Understanding What the Smart Money Does in the Currency Markets

What you are about to be read in on will be the formula that will help you to understand how the banks program their Artificial Intelligence (Robotic Algorithms) to trade the Forex Markets. Why is this important? Because you cannot properly trade if you don’t have the rules of the game and in these cases the Banks create rules by which they manipulate information and their own data to confuse you.

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John Thomas

John Thomas

MadHedgeFundTrader.com

How to Find a Great Options Trade

You’ve spent vast amounts of time, money, and effort to become an options trading expert.

You know the difference between bids and offers, puts and calls, exercise prices and expiration days.

And you still can’t make any money.

Now What?

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