Striking Options: Volatility, Nasdaq, & Treasuries

Striking Options: Volatility, Nasdaq, & Treasuries

Tis the start of the holiday season, is volatility tiptoeing in on the festivities?

Is Crypto Its Own Asset Class? Industry Experts Weigh In

Is Crypto Its Own Asset Class? Industry Experts Weigh In

Crypto 'going to look a lot more like traditional finance' in 10 years, says Reddit co-founder.

October Ag Barometer

October Ag Barometer

U.S. Ag Producers React Favorably to the USMCA

The Market Never Rests: How One Equity Options Trader Spends His Day

The Market Never Rests: How One Equity Options Trader Spends His Day

Trader Scott Bauer on waking up at 2 am and the most important lesson he's learned in 25 years of trading.

Why Does the Fed Have Inflation Targets?

Why Does the Fed Have Inflation Targets?

The targets go back 30 years, but a former Fed Governor says they need not be so specific.

Striking Options: Holiday Volatility, WTI Crude Oil, & Equities

Striking Options: Holiday Volatility, WTI Crude Oil, & Equities

How are policies like Iran sanctions and other factors contributing to recent oil volatility?

Pound Plummets After Brexit Minister Quits; PM May's Leadership in Question

Pound Plummets After Brexit Minister Quits; PM May's Leadership in Question

Britain's top U.K. lawmaker tasked with leading Britain's exit negotiations with the European Union has resigned Thursday, throwing the recently agreed deal to take the U.K. out of the bloc in chaos and threatening the leadership of Prime Minister Theresa May.

Futures Vs. Options: Which To Invest In

Futures Vs. Options: Which To Invest In

Investing in the futures and options markets means individuals need to be prepped for more volatility.

Market Movers: Brexit Update

Market Movers: Brexit Update

The British Pound has lost 10% since Spring, is that because of Brexit or a function of the U.S. dollar's strength?

Economist Perspective: Why 2019 Will Be Different?

Economist Perspective: Why 2019 Will Be Different?

Will lag effects of interest rate hikes and the trade war with China show up in 2019?