Facebook IPO: 17 Things You Can’t Afford To Miss Before The Stock Trades
It’s been a long time coming, yet it’s finally here – the Facebook IPO.
Arguable the most anticipated IPO in history you cannot help but get caught up in the hype and news surrounding this historic event.
Honestly I hate when people try to shrug this off as just “another IPO” when it’s clearly exciting!
10 Reasons Why Options Trading Liquidity Should Be A Top Priority
If you truly want to make more money trading options then you need to start thinking now about the options you trade now. Liquidity should be combined with other metrics as you perform your market research but some traders overlook its advantages.
In this post I wanted to share some of reasons why an option liquidity should be a top priority as you scan for new trades.
12 Can’t Fail Steps On How To Place Your First Option Trade Tomorrow
Placing your first option trade is not as hard as it may seem. You’ll never learn until you do it so let’s walk through placing your first trade step by step right now.
At the end of this quick tutorial, add your comments and let me know if you think this was helpful in getting you started or not.
Step 1: Login To Your Brokerage Account
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Differentiating Between An Irrational Market Or Strong Bull Market Trend?
These past two weeks have been tough as an options trader. Differentiating between trading an a possibly irrational market or bull market trend is sometimes very difficult to assess. We all know that the stock market can push us to extremes and then, just when we “give up” and “give in” the turn happens.
Timing is really everything.
4 Ways You Can Trade Weekly Options In Your Portfolio
In addition to the variety of monthly contracts available, many underlying stocks are beginning to offer weekly options. These weekly options can be employed in various trading strategies to manage both the theta and delta risk associated with options expiration. Overall, the growth in weekly options can provide a richer strategy platform that should not be overlooked.
101 Inverse ETFs To Short Any Market – But Do They Really Work?
I have to admit, ETFs are very convenient, relatively cheap and tax friendly. And like I said before, they are much easier to understand for the traditional investor as compared to mutual funds. Some notable industry publications are convinced they will one day lead to the death of mutual funds altogether. I highly doubt that.