Alan Knuckman is currently the trading adviser and editor for two weekly options trading services in equities and commodities. He brings over 20 years of trading experience that began in the pits of the Chicago Board of Trade as a runner and progressed to a Treasury Bond speculator for himself. Alan was a division partner for major commodities and stock brokerage firms. In 2003, he formed OneStopOption.com Group in Chicago, bringing together securities, stock option and futures brokerage. His prior developments included creating the PreferredTrade Live Division, where he complemented existing electronic option brokerage technology with the formation of his full-service, high-margin division to meet the needs of specialized options traders.
Recent Articles By The Author
Gold May Present a Buying Opportunity in Related Stocks
Gold has been under some pressure, but a pullback was warranted.
Morning Market Stir: Stocks Close at Lows and Weakness Persists
Equities can't catch a bid as the selling continues on Tuesday
Morning Market Stir: Early Strength is Faded as Market Drops Again
Tuesday, December 16 – Alan Knuckman reports from the floor of the CME Group in Chicago
Morning Market Stir: An Ugly Week for Risk Assets as Equities Finally Drop
Risk appetite left the market last week in a major way, but this morning we're seeing a bounce back.
Morning Market Stir: Relief Temporary as Markets Rollover on Wednesday
Equity markets weaken as oil crash begins to spill over