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With Permabear Hype in High Gear, Use this ETF to Short Treasuries

The ProShares Ultra Short 20+ Year Treasuries ETF is a strong way to short Treasury bonds, and the trade tactic Skip Raschke prefers now for it is the crisscross strangle.

Trading Verizon With a Bullish Vertical Call Spread

The preferred trading tactic for Verizon is the bullishly biased vertical call spread. Buy to open April 45 calls and sell to open April 50 calls for $1.50 debit.

How to Use Options to Hedge Risk in Your Investment Portfolio

Here's a low-risk way of using options to hedge your investment portfolio.

How to Capture Devon Energy's Potential With an Options Trade

Devon Energy is poised better than rivals to survive current oil prices. Here's a risky options trade that will yield sweet returns should Devon's stock rise.

How to Use Options to Profit From Johnson & Johnson's Success

Johnson & Johnson shares should move higher eventually, and here's how to use options to make money from such a move.

How to Use Options to Cash In on Facebook's Coming Rally

Facebook's shares are poised to jump higher, and here's how you can use stock options to profit from that move.

How to Profit From the Coming Goldman Sachs Rally Using Options

Skip Raschke says Goldman Sachs shares could break out to new highs and that a vertical call spread is his preferred trading tactic.

With Barnes & Noble in a Coiling Pattern, Volatility Offers Investors Two Ways to Win

Skip Raschke sees Barnes & Noble as a strong candidate for his crisscross strangle tactic: It's a bet that the stock will make big moves, but the direction doesn't matter.

This Regional Bank ETF Is Poised to Break Out as Rates Rise

Given the fact that interest rates are creeping up, regional banks could find themselves the next sector to be supported not just by fund managers, but by the financial press.

Determinants for Trade Set Up Selection
Determinants for Trade Set Up Selection

01/21/14 - 04:39 PM EST

I like to think that there are no two trades that are alike, as the market is far too dynamic for that occurrence. The planning of each trade to be taken is an individual process.

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