Dan Collins talks about how you can become an expert on the Fed. It is not as difficult as it may sound. You need to listen to what they say and write in their pronouncements and not listen to all the analysts.
Dan Passarelli talks about Visa. Visa, on Tuesday had a breakout to the upside. The implied volatility is above historical and there is some support beneath current levels.
George Tkaczuk talks about the negative and positive signals the market is currently sending.
John Carter of Simpler Options reviews existing positions along with the current stance of stock indexes. We also cover what's been unfolding in natural gas and a few broad market divergences to be aware of.
MrTopStep tells you where the futures traded and how to set up for the next trading day.
George Tkaczuk talks about the importance of corporate profits and why these profits are what is driving the market vs. the perceived action by the Fed.
Randall Liss talks about how put options are an excellent method of insuring against a down move. Calls can also insure against an up move.
Today we're looking at a few markets that won't be impacted by Friday's number and a few that hinge on it. This is how I'll be playing it along with an update on our current positions.
Andrew Keene of Keeneonthemarket.com reviews S&P levels and points out unusual options activity.
Dan Collins talks about what the market has to be thankful for at the end of 2013. We are at the end of November, which is a good thing because December is a historically positive month.