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Mark Sebastian of Option Pit leans toward a combination of buying and selling volatility.
The VXX will reverse split on October 5, four-for-one. This is why I am taking positions off into the split.
Check out the replay with Mark Sebastian and Jill Malandrino from the Wednesday, June 6 webinar as we break down how to use volatility to pick trades.
Cramer asked me to write up a quick analysis on the equity versus bond markets and I want to share it with you. Essentially, looking at the stock market and ignoring bonds to determine the health of U.S. markets is a bit like buying a car based on looks alone.
Join Mark Sebastian and Jill Malandrino on Wednesday, June 6 as we break down how to use volatility to pick trades. The back half of the presentation will consist of an interactive Q&A session.
Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of T3Live, review the fundamentals and technicals in SLB. Mark Sebastian of Option Pit ties it all in with a bullishly-biased options strategy.
This indicator can be a tell into market trends. Mark Sebastian of Option Pit tells you what to look for and gives you some thought on AAPL
Right now, I think I want to be short implied volatility (vega) and long realized volatility (gamma).
Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of T3Live, review the case for a trade in GE into earnings. Mark Sebastian of Option Pit ties it all in with the options strategy.
Mark Sebastian of Options Profits reviews the overall market, ETNs and volatility trading strategies.